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Supreme Court will hear appeals in Catholic, other groups' mandate cases; Archbishop Lori welcomes decision
Nov 06 2015
The U.S. Supreme Court will hear seven pending appeals in lawsuits against the Obama administration's contraceptive mandate.
Aid workers in Greece brace for more migrants, despite worsening weather
Oct 13 2015
Greece is bracing for thousands more Syrians and other people to land on Lesbos and other key island crossings from Turkey.
Citing new rules, India's Missionaries of Charity to end adoption work
Oct 12 2015
The Missionaries of Charity will close their adoption centers in India, citing new regulations that would allow nontraditional families to adopt children, reported ucanews.com.
Vatican says pope’s meeting with Kentucky clerk is not endorsement
Oct 02 2015
The pope's meeting with the county clerk from Kentucky who was jailed for refusing to issue marriage licenses, does not equate support.
Vatican doesn't deny pope met Kentucky clerk, won't comment further
Sep 30 2015
The Vatican does not deny reports that while in Washington, Pope Francis briefly met with Kim Davis, the county clerk from Kentucky.
Glen Burnie native who will join Little Sisters of the Poor meets pope
Sep 28 2015
“When he was finally in the room with us, I felt like time stopped for a minute,” said Angela Conti, remembering the pope’s visit.
'Let freedom ring!' Respect for rights helps society, pope says
Sep 26 2015
Not far from where the Liberty Bell is on display, Pope Francis urged the people of the United States to continue to "proclaim liberty throughout all the land unto all the inhabitants thereof."
Under threat of deportation, she proudly waves American flag of Feet for Francis pilgrimage
Sep 25 2015
A parishioner of Sacred Heart in Glyndon, under threat of deportation, walks in love in Feet for Francis pilgrimage.
Five judges write rare dissent over court's decision not to take appeal
Sep 04 2015
Five federal judges on the 10th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals wrote a rare dissent from the majority's decision not to re-hear an appeal of a July ruling against the Little Sisters of the Poor over the contraceptive mandate in employee health insurance.
One court OKs stay for Little Sisters; another says no to religious agencies
Aug 22 2015
Two federal appeals courts acted Aug. 21 in cases related to the contraceptive mandate for employee health insurance.
Archbishop William E. Lori, Baltimore's 16th archbishop, shares his priorities and thoughts with the Catholic Review.