Catholic professional group coming to LA archdiocese
Program developed in Phoenix diocese helps participants share their faith in their personal and professional lives

July 22nd, 2019|2 Comments

A two-year program created to develop Catholic leaders within the professional world is expanding beyond the Diocese of Phoenix in a move that reflects the success and popularity of the still relatively young initiative.

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Even if Roe v. Wade is reversed, pro-lifers would still have a lot of work left to do
Opinion piece from the National Review: reversing the precedent would have only a modest impact on the nationwide abortion rate

July 21st, 2019|5 Comments

A new study by researchers from Middlebury College, the Guttmacher Institute, and the Bixby Center for Global Reproductive Health found that in “more than half of states, including the entire West Coast and Northeast,”

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“A direct attack on St. Joseph’s right to be a Catholic hospital”
Eureka hospital seeks dismissal of lawsuit filed by transgender patient who was denied a hysterectomy because it would have violated Church teachings

July 20th, 2019|3 Comments

Attorneys for St. Joseph Hospital in Eureka filed a motion to quash a lawsuit alleging discrimination by the hospital for refusing to perform hysterectomy because the patient was transgender. The motion, filed July 12,

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San Francisco’s archbishop described as “devout schismatic”
Villanova University historian identifies Archbishop Salvatore Cordileone as among three American prelates trying to undermine authority of Pope Francis

July 19th, 2019|22 Comments

A Church historian at Philadelphia’s Villanova University has said three U.S. bishops are “devout schismatics” who try to diminish the authority of Pope Francis. “They are devout in the sense that they publicly display

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U.S. withholds contribution to United Nations Population Fund
For the third year in a row, the expected $32.5 million will instead be transferred to programs in line with the Mexico City policy

July 18th, 2019|6 Comments

The United States has said it will not support the United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA) for the third year in a row, the UN agency announced on Tuesday morning.  Secretary of State Mike Pompeo

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