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Catholics must come together to protect the work of the Church's charities and services, said the U.S. bishops' president as the annual Fortnight for Freedom came to a close on Friday.
Catholic Relief Services' chairman has affirmed the international aid agency's strength and effective representation of the bishops' conference, especially lauding its aid to the Philippines.
A consultation regarding the upcoming synod on the family highlights the need for a better teaching of the faith, the president of the U.S. bishops' conference said.
A Catholic priest who leads two parishes in central Kentucky has been placed on administrative leave after an allegation that he sexually abused a boy in the 1970s.
An audit of the dioceses across the United States shows an increase of more than $15 million spent on child protection efforts, and a decrease in the number of reported cases of sexual abuse.
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.