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Julie Zauzmer is a religion reporter. She previously covered local news at The Washington Post and at the Philadelphia Inquirer.
Although relieved, D.C. Catholics remain concerned about trust that has been broken with the church and the length of time it took to bring McCarrick to justice.
The Houston Chronicle and the San Antonio Express-News compiled hundreds of records of Southern Baptist clergy and volunteers who abused children. Now, advocates call for the denomination to face the same scrutiny Catholic churches are facing.
Sofia Campoamor is a Yale Whiffenpoof, the first woman in the storied singing group.
The president’s administration could revoke an Obama-era regulation.
Two years into the Trump administration, many white evangelicals still feel concerned that cultural changes are working against them.
The American pastor was finally returned to the U.S. after numerous officials at all levels of government pleaded his case. He wants that same attention for others remaining in Turkey.
The District logged 209 hate crimes in 2018, up from 107 in 2016. Of the 20 largest cities analyzed, all but four saw an uptick in hate crimes from 2017 to 2018.
The pope criticized Trump's stance on immigration again as he traveled to Central America.
The president vowed to reject any legislation passed by the new Democratic-controlled House that “weakens” the campaign to prevent abortion access.
Wuerl faces calls to resign due to his handling of sexual abuse while he was bishop of Pittsburgh.