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Stay current with all the latest and breaking news from Catholic Church, compare headlines and perspectives between news sources on stories happening today. In total, 1,049 stories have been published about Catholic Church which Ground News has aggregated in the past 3 months.

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How is the media covering Catholic Church?

Catholic Church often has a balanced coverage.
Left32%
Center33%
Right34%

Top News Stories

Nancy Pelosi · Washington

Pelosi pushes back on archbishop who denies her Communion

40% Left coverage: 43 sources
Archbishop Salvatore Cordileone issued a press release last Friday and granted an interview with Gloria Purvis. The archbishop's restriction covers churches in the Archdiocese of San Francisco. On Sunday, Speaker Pelosi attended Mass in Washington, D.C., and received Communion.See the Story
Asia · Hong Kong

Hong Kong Catholic cardinal denies charges over relief fund

54% Center coverage: 13 sources
Former Hong Kong Catholic leader Cardinal Joseph Zen and five others deny charges. They were first arrested two weeks ago on suspicion of collusion with foreign forces. Zen and the five others were trustees of the now-defunct 612 Humanitarian Relief Fund. Fund was set up in 2019 to assist protesters who required financial assistance with legal or medical costs.See the Story
Europe · Vatican City

New Italian church head faces demands for abuse inquiry

46% Center coverage: 11 sources
Pope Francis names a bishop in his own image, Cardinal Matteo Zuppi, as the new head of the Italian bishops conference. The Italian Catholic Church is one of the few in western Europe that has not opened its archives to independent researchers to establish the scope of abuse and cover-up.See the Story
Europe · Vatican City

Pope greets Russian patriarch, criticized for 'naïve' policy

57% Right coverage: 7 sources
Pope Francis has sent a protocol greeting to the head of the Russian Orthodox Church. The Vatican insists on maintaining cordial relations amid the war in Ukraine. The moderate tone was evidence of the Vatican's attempt to maintain relations with Kirill. Archbishop Stanislaw Gadecki has called for the Vatican to change its policy.See the Story
Nancy Pelosi · Austin

These Catholic Bishops Support Holy Communion Ban for Nancy Pelosi

100% Right coverage: 6 sources
Which U.S. bishops have come out publicly in support of Archbishop Salvatore Cordileone’s May 20 announcement that he is barring Democratic House Speaker Nancy Pelosi from receiving Holy Communion in the Archdiocese of San Francisco?See the Story
Oceania · Australia

Catholic school teachers across NSW and the ACT take industrial action

100% Left coverage: 2 sources
Diocese of Maitland-Newcastle employees will march to the Catholic Schools Office (CSO) They will sing Hear Our Voice, a version of union anthem Solidarity Forever. The union is calling for a pay increase of between 10 and 15 per cent over two years. It also wants two more hours release from face-to-face teaching per week.See the Story
Catholic Church

Action demanded after First Nations trustee quits Catholic board

'Those board members continually diminish and downplay my voice as not important,' says First Nations trustee who quit Huron-Superior Catholic District School Board in FebruarySee the Story
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TheWolfpackCentral - Sophomore Blanca Thomas has busy summer planned

Blanca Thomas has been invited to the USA Basketball trials in Colorado Springs, Colo. Thomas is ranked No. 10 in the country by ESPN's HoopGurlz. Thomas averaged 15 points, 11 rebounds and three blocks per game for Charlotte Catholic. NC State offered Thomas on April 30, 2021.See the Story
Nancy Pelosi

Pelosi vs. Cordileone isn't only about abortion. It's about women and bishops.

100% Left coverage: 1 sources
Phyllis Zagano: The latest kerfuffle between San Francisco Archbishop Salvatore J. Cordileone and House Speaker Nancy Pelosi is at the tip of a very big iceberg. Pelosi's perceived support of legalized abortion at the federal level collides with Catholic teaching, she says. She says the battle may be seen as one battle in a decades-long disintegration of trust between women and the bishops.See the Story

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