Catholic Church

Thirty-eight women have accused musician David Haas of inappropriate behavior ranging from forced kissing to cyberstalking.
Hours before being diagnosed, Monsignor Charles Pope suggested that many Catholics who aren't physically attending Mass are "lukewarm" Christians.
After lobbying for an exemption to what counts as a "small" business, Catholic dioceses and ministries were approved for at least 3,500 forgivable loans.
The Rev. Theodore Rothrock's diatribe against Black Lives Matter got him suspended from his church in Carmel, Indiana.
For Rev. Cornelius Kelechi Ejiogu, declaring that Black lives matter is “fundamentally a pro-life issue.”
Only 37% of white Catholics held a favorable view of Trump in May, down from a peak of 60% in March, according to the Public Religion Research Institute.
Archbishop Wilton D. Gregory said he finds it "baffling and reprehensible" that a Catholic facility would allow itself to be "manipulated" in this way.
Houston's Holy Ghost Parish has suspended Masses after the death of one priest and the confirmation that five others have COVID-19.
Father Tim Pelc’s creative solution to social distancing has inspired memes and a Photoshop battle his Michigan church called “pretty clever.”
The California Catholic schools insist their religious liberty shields them from two ex-teachers' lawsuits alleging disability and age discrimination.