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Christian club can sue San Jose schools for discrimination, Ninth Circuit rules

In dissent, the circuit's chief judge said the majority “goes out of its way to open doors without any consideration to or discussion of what is behind them.”

Sweeping study finds 1,000 cases of sexual abuse in Swiss Catholic Church since mid-20th century

The researchers pored over thousands of pages of secret documents, assembled by church authorities since the mid-20th century.

Catholic charities fight for tax exemption at top Wisconsin court

The Catholic organization doesn't want to pay the Wisconsin unemployment insurance tax, which is usually mandatory for private employers.

Catholic organization wins battle against Michigan township, can display stations of the cross

An appeals panel ruled Monday two zoning permit applications submitted by a group dedicated to St. Padre Pio give the group standing to challenge the city's refusal to allow a prayer trail on private property.

New murder charges could lock up alleged UVA shooter for life

The new charges come the same week the Hoos host its first football game since last year's killings.

Catholic-Jewish research backs reports Catholic convents sheltered 3,000-plus Roman Jews during WWII

The documentation doesn’t appear to shed any new light on the role of Pope Pius XII during the Nazi occupation of Rome, including whether he directed Catholic institutions to shelter Jews.