Pope Francis Considers Letting Married Men Become PriestsPope Francis is opening the door for married men to become priests.
Cardinal O'Malley Appointed To Vatican Office That Reviews Abuse CasesPope Francis has appointed Boston's Archbishop, Cardinal Sean O'Malley, to the Congregation for the Doctrine of Faith--a move church officials say will expand his global involvement in the prevention of clergy sex abuse.
Pope Francis: Gays Deserve Apology From Catholic ChurchThe gay community should get an apology from the Catholic Church, according to the pope.
Pope Francis Gives Priests Room To Be Lenient With Non-Traditional FamiliesPope Francis says the Catholic Church must no longer judge those who fail to live up to strict church teachings on marriage and family life.
Pope Francis Calls For Temporary Change In Catholic Abortion PolicyIn Boston, parish priests are already allowed to forgive women who undergo abortions.
St. Frances X. Cabrini Parishioners Ordered To Vacate ChurchThe Boston Archdiocese is giving parishioners in Scituate until Monday to leave St. Frances X. Cabrini church or face legal action.
North Reading Pastor On Leave After Sex Abuse Allegation From '70sThe Archdiocese of Boston announced Sunday that it had put a North Reading pastor on leave after receiving an allegation of sex abuse.
Boston Assignment To Clean Up Sex Abuse 'Terrified' Cardinal Sean O'MalleyCardinal Sean O’Malley was “terrified” when the Vatican sent him to run the scandal-plagued Boston Archdiocese in 2003, he said in a “60 Minutes” segment that aired Sunday evening.
St. Frances X. Cabrini Parishioners Keep Vigil, 10 Years LaterSunday marks 10 years since parishioners at St. Frances Xavier Cabrini began holding vigil.
Catholic Church Condemns Black Mass Reenactment At Harvard UniversityA Black Mass celebrating Satan is scheduled to take place at Harvard University on Monday evening. It has outraged the Catholic Church, but the group holding the event says it's educational.
Boston Cardinal O’Malley Praises Two Popes On Eve Of CanonizationsBoston Cardinal O’Malley said Popes John Paul II and John XXIII, both about to be canonized, connected with people in a personal way. WBZ-TV's Paula Ebben reports
Mass. AG Backing Gay Couple In Dispute With ChurchAttorney General Martha Coakley is arguing that Massachusetts' anti-discrimination law should apply in the case of a married gay couple who sued the Roman Catholic Diocese of Worcester for allegedly refusing to sell them a Northbridge mansion because church officials were concerned they would host gay weddings.