Spotlight needed on abuse in women's orders, says Jesuit journal

The abuse occurring within women's religious orders deserves more attention from the media and must be remedied, said an influential Jesuit journal.

Head of Network remembers Lewis as 'determined, forceful, thoughtful'

Lewis, who was an icon of the civil rights movement and a colleague of the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr., died July 17 after a six-month battle with advanced pancreatic cancer. He was 80. Lewis represented Georgia's 5th Congressional District from 1987 until his death.

Catholic-supported co-op in Israel helps asylum-seekers during pandemic

The collective, supported by several Catholic charities — including the Pontifical Mission, the Comboni Sisters, Spanish Manos Unidas and a parish in Switzerland, has been providing a source of income and support for Israel's most vulnerable population of African women asylum-seekers, and its work has become even more critical during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Report: Indian bishop accused of raping nun tests positive for COVID-19

An Indian bishop, facing court proceedings on charges of raping a nun, tested positive for COVID-19, reported