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Kenosha Parish Vandalized During Riots

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Several windows were smashed, the word “burn” was painted on the front door of the church, an upside-down cross was painted on the exterior of the church building, the words “god is dead” were painted on construction equipment, with other profanities painted on construction equipment. Continue reading at Angelus News   TAKE ACTION: Report attacks […]

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Bankrupt Dioceses Sue SBA for Loan Access

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Two Catholic dioceses have filed suit against the Small Business Administration (SBA), claiming they were wrongfully denied access to emergency loans during the pandemic because of their bankruptcy status. The New York dioceses of Rochester and Buffalo said they “will suffer immediate and irreparable harm” from being disqualified from emergency loans under the Paycheck Protection […]

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US Reporting Mechanism for Episcopal Abuse Could Go Live by February

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A national third-party reporting system for allegations of abuse, neglect, or misconduct against bishops could be activated by February 2020, the U.S. bishops’ conference said Wednesday. Anthony Picarello, general counsel for the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops, told bishops Nov. 13 at their annual fall meeting in Baltimore that a contract had been finalized for […]