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Kentucky churches, communities work together to meet flood victims' needs

Massive flooding that's been called "one of the worst, most devastating flooding events in Kentucky's history has destroyed hundreds of homes, wiped out entire communities, led to hundreds of rescues and at least 30 deaths.

Indianapolis Archdiocese wins appeal in same-sex discrimination case

The U.S. Court of Appeals for the 7th Circuit upheld a lower court's decision to throw out a lawsuit by a guidance counselor whose contract at an Indianapolis Catholic school was not renewed due to her same-sex marriage.

Greed for wealth is behind wars, conflicts, pope says

Unbridled greed for wealth and possessions is a sickness that is the driving force behind wars and conflicts in the world, Pope Francis said.

Stop the war in Ukraine and negotiate, pope says

The only reasonable way to address the suffering of Ukrainians is to stop fighting and negotiate, Pope Francis said.

The pope’s apology tour has some conspicuous gaps — let’s start with Junipero Serra

Three years after the release of the Truth and Reconciliation Commission Report, which contained the demand for an apology for residential schools, Francis rushed to canonize a man who perpetrated very similar harms.