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Topic: US

Iraqi priests sanctioned for seeking asylum without superiors’ consent

Sanctions went into effect following repeated, but ‘unfortunately unfruitful ultimatums’

The post-Synod debate must not help foster a North-South divide

Any talk of a split between North and South is an attack on the Catholic nature of the Church

Philip Johnson: ‘I can’t live like I’m dead already’

From 2009, our interview with the US seminarian with inoperable brain cancer

Archbishop urges peace during new round of Ferguson protests

Archbishop Robert J Carlson calls on protesters to turn away from violence

The synod’s struggle to balance charity with truth

There is good reason to discuss what can be done pastorally within the context of doctrinal truth

Family synod: Families need more help to fulfil vocation, bishops told

‘Fundamental truth that marriage is a divine gift from God must be shared’, say US couple

Obama threatens air strikes against ISIS in Syria

US president lays out strategy for combating ISIS advance

Pope appoints two US priests to help tackle sexual abuse of minors

More appointments to the Pontifical Commission for the Protection of Minors expected shortly

US diocese asks Supreme Court to reverse decision compelling priest to break confessional seal

Legal step is the latest in a case involving Father Jeffrey Bayhi

Mother who prayed to Fulton Sheen speaks of ‘confusion and sadness’ after Cause is suspended

The Diocese of Peroria has announced that the archbishop’s Cause has been suspended indefinitely