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Topic - Joseph Edward Kurtz
The Fourth Annual Napa Institute will bring together cardinals and other clergy and lay leaders this July for spiritual enrichment and discussion about the challenges of Catholic leadership today.
Louisville Roman Catholic Archbishop Joseph Kurtz recently returned from the Philippines where he observed recovery efforts from a November typhoon.
Louisville Roman Catholic Archbishop Joseph Kurtz is traveling to the Philippines with a delegation to observe recovery efforts and meet victims of a recent typhoon.
One of Obamacare's worst mandates, one that threatens to undermine our religious freedoms, has run into a small, determined band of Catholic nuns.
New York Archbishop Timothy Dolan was elected Tuesday to be president of the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops in an upset victory over an Arizona bishop with a moderate style who is the sitting vice president.
He wrote in his blog that "it was humbling to feel the gratitude of the Filipino people and to see the warmth and emotion in their faces as they greeted us."
He says eight churches in the local diocese were destroyed.