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Julie Zauzmer is a religion reporter. She previously covered local news at The Washington Post and at the Philadelphia Inquirer.
Subpoenas have been issued following a report that detailed decades of sexual abuse by clergy.
A newly released list of 31 accused priests in the Archdiocese of Washington included some painful surprises: priests who had never been publicly named as abusers before.
Four days after Donald Wuerl's exit over abuse criticism, Catholic leaders say the move is necessary for "full transparency."
Baltimore police say they will recognize the ID cards created by the Catholic church.
The early end to the top cleric’s career reflects Catholics' ire over church bureaucrats' handling of allegations of sexual abuse by clergy.
Still divided over the allegations that led Cardinal Wuerl to resign, the region's Catholics speculate what the future holds for the Archdiocese of Washington.
Many Mormon women think the president's call to get offline, which applies only to women, has nothing to do with the upcoming midterm elections.
The umbrella organization of dozens of major denominations declared that Kavanaugh has not shown the character required to be on the Supreme Court.
Wuerl faces calls to resign due to his handling of sexual abuse while he was bishop of Pittsburgh.