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Vatican publishes slightly updated guidelines for handling abuse cases

By |2022-06-27T09:05:46-05:00June 28, 2022|World News|

Two years after posting online a step-by-step guide for how bishops, religious superiors and canon lawyers are supposed to handle accusations of alleged abuse by clerics and labeling it "Version 1.0," the Dicastery for the Doctrine of the Faith has published an update.

Indigenous hope papal apology in Canada will push justice, healing in U.S.

By |2022-06-27T09:00:11-05:00June 27, 2022|World News|

A papal apology on Indigenous land in Canada is not irrelevant south of the border. When Pope Francis visits Canada July 24-29, Oneida First Nation activist Daisee Francour and her colleagues at the U.S.-based international Indigenous nongovernmental organization Cultural Survival will be paying close attention.

Eucharistic Revival informs music ministry retreat theme

By |2022-06-21T09:57:53-05:00June 24, 2022|Local News|

Inspiring parish musicians to “perceive the body and blood of Christ as an integral part of their lived experience and the experience of those around them” is the goal of the Diocese of Superior’s 2022 Music Ministry Retreat & Workshop, said Paul Birch, director of the Office of Worship.

Eucharistic revival called ‘a movement’ that gets to core of faith

By |2022-06-21T11:22:28-05:00June 24, 2022|Local News|

The U.S. Catholic Church’s three-year eucharistic revival just getting underway “is not a program but a movement” that is an invitation to the faithful from God to go on mission and be compelling witnesses of our faith, said Tim Glemkowski, the executive director of the National Eucharistic Congress.

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