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New process subjects clergy abuse reports to prompt, tight scrutiny.
The exhibit, "Treasurers of the Church," draws the Catholic faithful to an old tradition.
The $210 million settlement brought somber closure to years of disputes that have transformed the archdiocese.
More than 400 victims of sexual abuse will share in the settlement, which ends a protracted bankruptcy dispute, attorneys said. It still must be approved by a judge.
Black and white church leaders are banding together to take on a "national crisis."
The May 18 event is the first major religious event to be held in the Vikings stadium.
Dozens of men accuse a 96-year-old priest of molesting them when they were boys.
A campaign to support Muslims during their holiest month has attracted thousands of churches, schools — and the Minnesota National Guard.
Appeals court affirms assets of parishes, other entities not available for bankruptcy settlement.
Group sings, once mainly religious, are being embraced by social activists — including on Earth Day.