Catholic headlines for September 16, 2015

Your daily headlines roundup has been AWOL for a few days. Let’s catch up on some of the stories that have been making headlines.



Bishop Cunningham: ‘No child is responsible for being abused’

Winners of tickets to papal Mass at MSG announced



Richard Glossip execution is halted by Oklahoma court

Plowshares activists resentenced to time served for nuclear protest

U.S. Catholics support pope, see need to embrace ‘new balance’ in politics



Pope visits Cuba amid increasing support for end to U.S. embargo

Philadelphia family surprised at Mass with news they’ll meet pope

The pope and ‘the queen’ will lift souls at Festival of Families

Pope appoints 18 couples to attend Synod of Bishops on family



Le Moyne initiative to explore science, ethics of care for creation (Panel discussion on Laudato Si’ in the Panasci Family Chapel starts at 6 p.m.)

Looking Forward to the Papal Visit with Cardinal Dolan and America Editors (Livestream starts at 6 p.m.)


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