Thursday, January 26, 2017

Trusting in God means letting go of what we want

Leader's resignation unrelated to lawsuit, SNAP says

By Kevin J. Jones
A longtime leader of a controversial advocacy group for clergy sex abuse victims resigned weeks before a former employee filed a lawsuit charging the group was receiving kickbacks from attorneys who filed sex abuse cases, the group has said.

Trump wants to halt refugee intake – and Catholic leaders are worried

By Matt Hadro
Amid reports of an imminent executive order to halt most refugee resettlement in the U.S., one international Catholic charitable group is speaking out.

Sodalits agree to pay 2.8 million dollars in reparations to abuse victims

The Sodalitium Christianae Vitae announced Saturday that 66 persons can be considered victims of abuse of mistreatment by members of the community.
 

Pope: Christian unity can't happen if we linger on problems of the past

By Elise Harris
During an ecumenical Vespers service on Wednesday, Pope Francis told both Catholics and members of other Christian communities that unity can only happen when past grievances are forgiven and all sides walk forward with their gaze on Christ.

Pope Francis appoints two new auxiliary bishops for Milwaukee

by Hannah Brockhaus
On Wednesday, the Vatican announced the appointment of two priests from Milwaukee – Fr. Jeffrey R. Haines and Fr. James T. Schuerman – to serve as auxiliary bishops for the archdiocese.

Trusting in God means letting go of what we want, Pope says

by Hannah Brockhaus
On Wednesday Pope Francis said having total faith and trust in God means recognizing that he always knows and wants what is best for us, even if it’s hard to accept because it doesn’t align with our own plans.

'Endow' women's group launches outreach to Latinos, millennials

In an effort to meet the Church's growth in diversity, the Catholic women's apostolate Endow has announced a new program that will cater to various demographics in the church, including Latino women a

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