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Judge Norman Krumenacker recalls Pennsylvania Attorney General Josh Shapiro asking him what kind of attention the statewide investigation into allegations of abuse by priests in... [Read More]
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People came together to remember and honor the lives lost during the Knox Mine Disaster in Luzerne County. Newswatch 16 stopped by the annual Mass... [Read More]
Judge Norman Krumenacker III recalls Pennsylvania Attorney General Josh Shapiro asking him what kind of attention the statewide investigation into allegations of abuse by priests... [Read More]
Judge Norman Krumenacker III recalls Pennsylvania Attorney General Josh Shapiro asking him what kind of attention the statewide investigation into allegations of abuse by priests... [Read More]
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Jean-Baptiste-Marie Vianney, born in 1786, grew up in terrifying times for the Catholic Church when the faithful were attacked, houses of worship destroyed and religious... [Read More]
My Catholicism, my faith, states that the Catholic Church consists of the people, and the head of the Church is Jesus Christ. Not the pope,... [Read More]
Beaver Meadows ■St. Paul's Lutheran Church will hold worship Sunday at 9 a.m. All are welcome to worship. ■Pirohi workers of Ss. Peter and Paul... [Read More]
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Following the lead of Pennsylvania, other attorneys general have launched similar investigations into sexual abuse in the Catholic church. [Read More]
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Newly inaugurated state attorneys general said they plan to continue investigations of clergy abuse in the Roman Catholic church as thousands of victims reach out... [Read More]
Judge Norman Krumenacker recalls Pennsylvania Attorney General Josh Shapiro asking him what kind of attention the statewide investigation into allegations of abuse by priests in... [Read More]
FILE- In this Sunday, Jan. 6, 2019, file photo, New York Attorney Letitia James smiles during an inauguration ceremony in New York. Newly inaugurated state... [Read More]
Newly inaugurated state attorneys general say they plan to continue investigations of clergy abuse in the Roman Catholic church as thousands of victims reach out... [Read More]
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