Michael Sean Winters

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  1. Boston bounces back
  2. Family survey results released
  3. Foreign affairs likely to dominate agenda
  4. US bishops mark ‘Our Lampedusa’ with Mass for migrants on Mexico border
  5. Francis and Obama discuss ‘difficult’ issues
  6. Supreme Court hears arguments on challenges to health-care reforms
  7. Interfaith service for migrants
  8. Jeb Bush speaks up for illegal immigrants
  9. Warning of curial opposition to Francis
  10. Ups and downs
  11. Progressives urged to reunite on justice issues
  12. Explosive histories
  13. Ex-ambassador to Holy See accused of harassment
  14. Women Religious say trust has broken down
  15. US Church divided on how to ‘read’ Pope Francis
  16. Supreme Court rules in favour of religious liberty
  17. Cupich and Obama discuss immigration
  18. Religious leaders demand exemptions
  19. Nienstedt conduct to be investigated by archdiocese
  20. Court in attack on seal of confession
  21. Wanted: a shepherd for the Windy City
  22. New Obama bias rule denounced
  23. Republican Ryan outlines new approach on poverty
  24. ‘Test case’ for LCWR
  25. Wounds that haven’t healed
  26. Women Religious avoid confrontation
  27. TV ads aim to bring back the lapsed
  28. New archbishops indicate the future of the Church
  29. Success in the city
  30. US-European split opens up
  31. Voters repudiate Obama as Republicans triumph in mid-term polls
  32. Pastor of the people
  33. ‘Not my will but his’: Cupich
  34. Bishops welcome Obama order on deportations
  35. Country ‘in denial’ about immigrants
  36. US and Cuban Churches praise ‘historic’ breakthrough
  37. Slavery ‘is still with us’
  38. African American from New Orleans made a bishop
  39. Move to ban abortions after 20 weeks
  40. All government is local
  41. O’Malley links pro-life struggle to the civil-rights movement
  42. Not everyone loves Francis
  43. Politicians warned against lifting abortion ban
  44. Executions could be halted
  45. Cordileone answers his critics
  46. Light and forgiveness provide Lenten themes in Washington and Chicago
  47. Cordileone defends right to ban altar girls ‘in one or two parishes’ for sake of diversity
  48. Religious freedom law amended
  49. CDF and LCWR issue statement ending Vatican oversight
  50. Bishop Finn resigns
  51. Obituary – Cardinal Francis George, OMI
  52. Supreme Court hears case for gay marriage nationwide
  53. Lori identifies ‘structural sin’ in Baltimore
  54. Priests and bishops ask family synod to uphold doctrine
  55. Obama joins poverty summit
  56. Faithful are fewer but more diverse, survey finds
  57. Sorondo defends climate conference
  58. Fewer priests for more laity but Africa is thriving
  59. Hostile climate
  60. Obama praises Catholic health care
  61. Fall in abortion rate across the country
  62. Nation mourns murdered Charleston Christians
  63. Bishops decry Supreme Court’s ruling on same-sex marriage
  64. Bishops issue bulletin against Supreme Court gays ruling
  65. Stika urges unity at Mass for murdered servicemen
  66. Pope’s popularity declines in US ahead of visit
  67. Physicians accused of callous attitude towards foetal body-part trafficking
  68. Dolan challenges Trump’s anti-immigration rhetoric
  69. Church backs Iran nuclear deal in letter to members of Congress
  70. LCWR blames Vatican culture
  71. New index to guide Catholic investors
  72. Harlem schools prepare for Francis
  73. Making money morally
  74. Rediscovery of a common cause
  75. Cupich stands up for trade unions and opposes reform on dues
  76. Bishops’ conference expected to change tack after visit
  77. Nuncio ‘arranged Davis meeting’
  78. Puerto Rico archbishop comes to Washington as debt envoy
  79. California legalises assisted suicide
  80. Showdown in Baltimore
  81. Estimate of total abuse payments ‘is out by US$1bn’
  82. Bishops shift to emphasise concern for the poor
  83. Theology remains compulsory at Notre Dame
  84. Bishops highlight solidarity with migrants
  85. Clerics demand Islamic State slaughter be named genocide
  86. Dolan affirms pro-life vision
  87. New mother finds room for her baby in parish manger
  88. Unwed pregnant teacher fired from job at US Catholic school
  89. US archbishop criticised for extension to weekend residence
  90. Mayors boycott St Patrick’s parades after ban on pro-gay banners
  91. Burke attacks Obama on eve of meeting with Pope Francis
  92. Bishops mark ‘Our Lampedusa’ on US-Mexico border
  93. Atlanta Archbishop to sell US$2.2m mansion after 'stinging' criticism
  94. Top cardinal warns of opposition to Pope Francis within Curia
  95. Francis' emphasis on social justice ‘could alienate’
  96. US conservatives attack Francis over wealth redistribution
  97. US Church divided on how to 'read' Pope Francis
  98. Minnesota archdiocese to investigate its archbishop
  99. Pro-gay US religious leaders: we don't need LGBT exemptions
  100. Chastened US nuns meet for first time since Vatican tightened controls
  101. LCWR avoids confrontation at annual meeting in US
  102. Voters repudiate Obama as Republicans triumph
  103. Chicago welcomes new archbishop, Francis' first big US appointment
  104. Cardinal O’Malley: we need urgent action on Bishop Finn
  105. US church flattened by tornado reopens week before Christmas
  106. US a long way from racial equality, warns cardinal
  107. O’Malley evokes civil rights movement at pro-life Mass
  108. Vatican interfaith expert hails Catholic-Muslim progress
  109. Research reveals least religious city in United States
  110. US Archbishop Cordileone defends right to ban altar girls
  111. Washington cardinal says picket lines are an example of solidarity
  112. US bishops issue bulletin against same-sex marriage
  113. Presidential candidates explain how they would combat poverty
  114. New Dow Jones 'socially responsible' index announced to guide Catholic investors
  115. Archbishop 'deeply disturbed' as California votes for assisted suicide
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