Catholic headlines for September 17, 2015

Pope Francis leaves an audience with religious from around the world in Paul VI hall at the Vatican Sept. 17. The pope praised women religious for always heading to the "front lines" to bring the church's tenderness and motherly love to those most in need. (CNS photo| Paul Haring)

Here’s a look at the stories making headlines today.



The September 17 print edition of the Sun hits mailboxes today. Here’s what’s inside:

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

Mercy House celebrates ‘groundbreaking’: Southern Tier home for the terminally ill takes next step

Most Holy Rosary marks milestone anniversary: 100 years!

Our Lady of Hope blessed: New mausoleum in DeWitt is dedicated

I thee wed: The Sacrament of Marriage, the latest in our series on the sacraments

‘Merton speaks to us today’: The ‘perennial wisdom’ of the Trappist monk


Catholic Charities program takes aim at ‘scandalous’ poverty rate


Pope says he is ‘a bit feminist,’ thanks women religious for hard work

Migration, freedom, ecology to be topics on pope trip, cardinal says

No one can pretend not to know Syrians, Iraqis are suffering, pope says

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Pope Francis souvenirs: Cheesy, snuggly, silly, solar-powered, and charitable

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