- Dolan: Catholics 'outmarketed' on gay marriage Updated: Nov-29-13 2:25 pm
- Wis. clergy abuse victims lobby Vatican on claims Updated: Nov-26-13 5:19 pm
- Archbishop to balance Ky. duties with new role Updated: Nov-15-13 3:47 pm
- Bishops elect Louisville archbishop new president Updated: Nov-13-13 12:19 pm
- Bishops elect Louisville archbishop new president Updated: Nov-12-13 2:49 pm
- Pope's rep: US bishops shouldn't preach ideology Updated: Nov-11-13 7:16 pm
- Top Catholic bishop presses House on immigration Updated: Nov-07-13 6:31 pm
NEW YORK - New York's Cardinal Timothy Dolan says the Roman Catholic Church has been "outmarketed" on the issue of gay marriage and has been "caricatured as being anti-gay."
MILWAUKEE - Clergy sexual abuse victims and priests in Wisconsin said Tuesday that they've asked Roman Catholic officials at the Vatican to move more than $50 million from a cemetery trust fund and make it available to settle bankruptcy claims against the Archdiocese of Milwaukee.
LOUISVILLE, Kentucky - Louisville Archbishop Joseph Kurtz says he will work hard to maintain a presence in his home archdiocese as he takes on a national leadership role as president of the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops.
LOUISVILLE, Kentucky - The new leader of the nation's Roman Catholic bishops says he will draw on his years as a pastor to guide American bishops as they attempt to shift focus under Pope Francis, who wants more emphasis on compassion than on divisive social issues such as gay marriage.
BALTIMORE - The nation's Roman Catholic bishops on Tuesday elected Archbishop Joseph Kurtz of Kentucky to be their new president as they grapple with changing priorities under Pope Francis.
BALTIMORE - The Vatican ambassador to the U.S., addressing American bishops at their first national meeting since Pope Francis was elected, said Monday they should not "follow a particular ideology" and should make Roman Catholics feel more welcome in church.
WASHINGTON - The president of the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops is pressuring the House to act on immigration legislation before the end of the year, calling the issue "a matter of great moral urgency" that cannot wait.