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North American Politics · Illinois
Hundreds of Catholic clergy in Illinois sexually abused thousands of children, AG finds
Illinois’ attorney general released the results of a sweeping investigation into allegations of sexual abuse by Catholic clergy on Tuesday, saying investigators found that 451 clergy sexually abused nearly 2,000 children since 1950 — far more than the 103 individuals the church had named when the state review began in 2018.See the Story
59% Center coverage: 135 sources
Pope Francis · Rome
Vatican confirms August trip by pope to Lisbon for World Youth Day, including Fatima stop
Pope Francis will travel to Portugal for World Youth Day in the first week of August and include a stop at the popular Marian shrine in Fatima, the Vatican said Monday.See the Story
48% Left coverage: 23 sources
Broomfield, Colorado · Broomfield
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Bureau of Land Management recently proposed a new rule designed to restore the health of public lands. The Public Lands Rule would identify degraded or fragmented wildlife habitat and encourage conserving and restoring those lands so they thrive for future generations. The proposed rule will benefit big game and other species who rely on intact and connected habitat.See the Story
65% Center coverage: 20 sources
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Pope Francis · Hungary
Pope in Hungary meets with Ukrainian refugees, Russian envoy
Pope Francis calls for charity in Hungary, where anti-immigration policies are in place. He also meets with an envoy of the Russian Orthodox Church that has strongly supported the war. The Russian church's strong support for the Kremlin's war has rankled the Vatican. Francis is on a weekend visit to minister to Hungary's Catholic faithful.See the Story
54% Center coverage: 13 sources
Pope Francis · Kyiv
Ukraine PM invites pope to visit, seeks help repatriating deported children
Ukraine's prime minister said on Thursday he had invited Pope Francis to visit Ukraine and asked for help in repatriating thousands of children taken to Russia or Russian-occupied land since Moscow's invasion.See the Story
58% Center coverage: 26 sources
Joe Biden · Washington
Biden, 80, formally declares 2024 re-election bid
U.S. President Joe Biden on Tuesday officially launched his candidacy to seek a second White House term in 2024, according to a campaign video posted online. Biden, 80, is already the oldest president in US history and would be 86 after a second full term in 2029. He faced off against Donald Trump in 2020, defeating the Republican after promising to "restore the soul of the United States." A notable swath of Democratic voters have indicated they would prefer he not run, in part because of his age.See the Story
50% Center coverage: 332 sources
Religion · New Orleans
Judge's donations cloud rulings in Catholic bankruptcy case
A federal judge donated tens of thousands of dollars to New Orleans’ Roman Catholic archdiocese and consistently ruled in favor of the church amid a contentious bankruptcy involving nearly 500 clergy sex abuse victims, The Associated Press found, an apparent conflict that could throw the case into disarray.See the Story
Coverage: 21 sources
Archbishop · Berlin
Retired German archbishop gives up honour after abuse report
Aformer head of the Catholic German Bishops Conference is giving up the country's highest honour following scathing criticism this week of his handling of clergy abuse cases during his tenure as archbishop of Freiburg and as a personnel officer in the diocese. See the Story
63% Left coverage: 19 sources
Asia · Hong Kong
Hong Kong bishop invites head of China's state-backed church
Hong Kong’s Roman Catholic bishop has invited a leader of the Communist Party-controlled group for Catholics in mainland China to visit his city. The highly symbolic step step aims to improve strained Vatican relations with Beijing. See the Story
68% Left coverage: 19 sources