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by Carl Bunderson Baton Rouge, La., Sep 1, 2021 / 19:00 pm The Bishop of Baton Rouge has recalled Fr. Danny Roussel, who died by suicide on Monday, as a devoted and beloved priest, and encouraged prayers for the priest and for his family. “Fr. Danny was a deeply devoted

by Autumn Jones, Joe Bukuras, Carl Bunderson Denver Newsroom, Aug 20, 2021 / 13:22 pm A Chicago police chaplain says he is “mortified” that he mistakenly gave Holy Communion to Mayor Lori Lightfoot, a non-Catholic Christian in a same-sex marriage, during Thursday’s funeral Mass for fallen city police officer Ella

by Carl Bunderson Los Angeles, Calif., Aug 16, 2021 / 17:14 pm The Archdiocese of Los Angeles has said it is not providing religious exemption letters to individuals who object to receiving a vaccination against the coronavirus. In a terse statement, the archdiocese said it “recommends that all members of

by Alejandro Bermudez, Carl Bunderson Denver Newsroom, Aug 11, 2021 / 17:32 pm Amid disagreement among Catholic leaders over whether there is a moral obligation to receive a coronavirus vaccine, board members at the National Catholic Bioethics Center have told CNA that Blase Cardinal Cupich has urged that the center

by Joe Bukuras, Carl Bunderson, Matt Hadro, Kevin J. Jones Washington D.C., Jul 29, 2021 / 12:11 pm Former Cardinal Theodore McCarrick is facing charges of sexually assaulting a teenage boy in Massachusetts in the 1970s, marking the first time the disgraced ex-prelate has been criminally charged since accusations of

by Carl Bunderson Denver Newsroom, May 10, 2021 / 15:16 pm America/Denver (CNA). The prefect of the Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith wrote Friday to the head of the US Conference of Catholic Bishops regarding admission to Communion, affirming the centrality of the congregation’s 2002 note on Catholic’s

By Carl Bunderson Denver Newsroom, Sep 24, 2020 / 02:01 pm MT (CNA).- In an essay published this month, Bishop Thomas Paprocki of Springfield in Illinois argued that months-long lockdowns in response to the coronavirus are an extraordinary means of saving life, and are therefore not morally obligatory and should