Dennis Sadowski

Catholic News Service

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Bishops approve new socially responsible investment guidelines

BALTIMORE (CNS) — Bishops approved new guidelines governing financial investments of the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops that include wider limits on where money would be invested and advance a […]

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Pope-Biden meeting seen as a chance to address shared global concerns

(CNS) — President Joe Biden’s upcoming audience with Pope Francis presents an opportunity for the pontiff to inspire the U.S. leader to work more diligently to advance solutions on shared […]

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Synodal process looks to hear from voices on the margins of the Church

Pope Francis is inviting Catholics both in the mainstream of Church life and on the margins to voice their dreams, ideas and concerns in preparation for the Synod of Bishops […]

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Dioceses prepare to welcome first Afghans starting new lives in U.S.

(CNS) — Patrick Raglow and the resettlement staff at Catholic Charities of the Archdiocese of Oklahoma City expect to be very busy very soon. They are preparing to welcome to […]

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Eucharist document should unite, not divide, the Church, panelists advise

The U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops, in the middle of drafting a teaching document on the Eucharist, received words of advice from a panel convened July 28 to discuss the […]

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Ways to foster Catholic-Methodist relationships in new document

CLEVELAND (CNS) — A two-part publication emerging from the most recent round of dialogue between representatives of the U.S. Catholic bishops and the United Methodist Church offers practical helps and […]

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USCCB president prays God grants Biden ‘wisdom, courage’ to lead nation

As Joe Biden prepared to be inaugurated as the 46th U.S. president, Archbishop José H. Gomez of Los Angeles, president of the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops, expressed hope the […]

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Bishops say Advent during pandemic can draw us closer to Jesus

CLEVELAND (CNS) — The global pandemic and new limits on daily activities present a special time for a renewal of faith and the opportunity to deepen appreciation for Jesus in […]

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Archbishop Etienne, religious groups urge unity, peace after election

CLEVELAND (CNS) — As election polls opened Nov. 3, Church leaders joined leading faith-based organizations in calling for unity and peace throughout Election Day and afterward as voting results became […]

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Catholic Charities pandemic assistance totals nearly $400 million

CLEVELAND (CNS) — Scott Milliken has seen a lot of people come through the doors at the Father English Center’s food pantry during his years as CEO of Catholic Charities […]

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Church life to reflect safe practices when public Masses resume

CLEVELAND (CNS) — When public Masses and the celebration of the sacraments resume in dioceses where they were suspended, the look and feel of worship are not expected to be […]

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Practice of tracking Massgoers for political purposes gains scrutiny

WASHINGTON (CNS) — Regular Massgoers in some parts of the country have been tracked using cellphone location data by at least one organization looking to turn out voters to support […]