As a bishop, Robert Carlson was responsible for sniffing out sexual misconduct. It was February 1985, and he'd just gotten through interviewing Father Kenneth LaVan and a married woman who'd slept with the priest after his repeated and aggressive advances. She was scared, she said, because he'd b ... More >>
But increasingly, his flock of Minnesota Catholics isn't following
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The Catholic Church's right turn touches off battles over dogma and diversity at the University of St. Thomas
New Strib metro columnist Katherine Kersten grabs readers with riveting think tank prose
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How the power of faith is fueling the revitalization of Catholic education
Is the Catholic Church engaging in its own kind of ethnic cleansing in Northeast Minneapolis?