TCA Media Monitoring December 18, 2019

TCA Media Monitoring December 18, 2019

1. Pope Lifts Secrecy for Abuse Cases. By Francis X. Rocca, The Wall Street Journal, December 18, 2019, Pg. A10 Pope Francis has lifted the secrecy requirement for Catholic Church documents related to priests’ sexual abuse of minors, granting a longstanding demand from activists who…

Continue reading →

TCA Media Monitoring December 17, 2019

TCA Media Monitoring December 17, 2019

1. Pope abolishes ‘pontifical secret’ in clergy sex abuse cases. By Nicole Winfield, The Associated Press, December 17, 2019, 6:07 AM Pope Francis has abolished the “pontifical secret” used in clergy sexual abuse cases, after mounting criticism that the high degree of confidentiality has been…

Continue reading →

TCA Media Monitoring December 16, 2019

TCA Media Monitoring December 16, 2019

1. What the Peter’s Pence furore tells us about Vatican financial reform. By Christopher Altieri, The Catholic Herald (UK), December 145, 2019 A piece by veteran Vatican beat journalist Francis X Rocca ran on the front page of the Wall Street Journal late last week,…

Continue reading →

TCA Media Monitoring December 13, 2019

TCA Media Monitoring December 13, 2019

TCA Podcast – “Conversations with Consequences” Episode 34: Healing from human trafficking, with Laura Bramon of World Vision Your hosts Dr. Grazie Christie and Andrea Picciotti-Bayer are joined by human trafficking expert Laura Bramon to talk about a Catholic vision of sexuality; healing from the…

Continue reading →

TCA Media Monitoring December 12, 2019

TCA Media Monitoring December 12, 2019

1. Vatican Uses Donations For Poor to Fix Budget. By Francis X. Rocca, The Wall Street Journal, December 12, 2019, Pg. A1 Every year, Catholics around the world donate tens of millions of dollars to the pope. Bishops exhort the faithful to support the weak…

Continue reading →

TCA Media Monitoring December 11, 2019

TCA Media Monitoring December 11, 2019

1. More Catholics likely to vote for a Democrat over Trump, poll finds. By Christopher Vondracek, The Washington Times, December 11, 2019, Pg. A6 If the presidential election were held today, more Roman Catholic voters would opt for any major Democratic candidate over President Trump,…

Continue reading →

TCA Media Monitoring December 10, 2019

TCA Media Monitoring December 10, 2019

1. Court Lets Kentucky Abortion Law Stand. By Jess Bravin, The Wall Street Journal, December 10, 2019, Pg. A6 The Supreme Court on Monday let stand a Kentucky law requiring doctors to perform and describe an ultrasound examination— even over a patient’s objection— before performing…

Continue reading →

TCA Media Monitoring December 9, 2019

TCA Media Monitoring December 9, 2019

TCA Podcast – “Conversations with Consequences” Episode 33: Catholic formation in the Capital and beyond Your hosts Dr. Grazie Christie and Andrea Picciotti-Bayer are joined by Father Charles Trullols and Emma Boyle, who both work with the Catholic Information Center in Washington D.C., a chapel and…

Continue reading →

TCA Media Monitoring December 6, 2019

TCA Media Monitoring December 6, 2019

1. Former Cardinal Sued for Abuse. By Joseph De Avila, The Wall Street Journal, December 6, 2019, Pg. A13A Two men have filed lawsuits accusing former Cardinal Theodore McCarrick of sexual abuse since a New Jersey law went into effect that gives people a new…

Continue reading →

TCA Media Monitoring December 5, 2019

TCA Media Monitoring December 5, 2019

1. Bishop, Accused Of Abuse Coverup, Resigns. By Ian Lovett and Francis X. Rocca, The Wall Street Journal, December 5, 2019, Pg. A6 The Catholic bishop of Buffalo, N.Y., resigned following accusations he covered up clergy sex abuse of children. In keeping with its standard…

Continue reading →

Page 3 of 77 1 2 3 4 5 ... Last →