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Lawmakers are beginning the process of cleaning up the government and restoring trust with Floridians. Senate President Don Gaetz and House Speaker Will Weatherford promised sweeping ethics and campaign finance reform and delivered. While there is still...
— Cardinal Jorge Bergoglio of Argentina was elected pope of the Roman Catholic Church on Wednesday, a surprise choice that underscored the changing nature of Catholicism and the deep challenges facing the church. Bergoglio, 76, chose the papal name...
The international media are focused on a smokestack above the Sistine Chapel, waiting for white smoke to signal the election of a new pope. As usual, however, the media are looking at the Roman Catholic Church through the wrong end of the telescope. The...
Re "What went wrong in the Catholic Church?," Opinion, Feb. 10 For centuries the Roman Catholic Church was the most important entity in the Western world. As wealth and power can corrupt people, so it was with the church. Throughout the ages, supposed...
As the queen mother of megachurches, Willow Creek Community Church in South Barrington has become a refuge for spiritual seekers and people of faith who no longer feel inspired by the religious institutions that raised them. After the sex abuse scandal...
World NowVATICAN CITY -- The sensational trial of the self-proclaimed whistle-blowing butler of Pope Benedict XVI for allegedly stealing confidential documents from the papal apartments began Saturday in a small courtroom within the Vatican walls. Paolo Gabriele,...
CNNROME -- The pope's former butler, Paolo Gabriele, was convicted Saturday of aggravated theft for leaking confidential papal documents and sentenced to 18 months in prison. He was also ordered to pay the costs of the trial at the Vatican City courthouse....
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DAILY AMERICAN REPORTERA former church official and Conemaugh Township school board member will face charges of corruption and unlawful restraint of a minor at trial. Brian Scott Eppley, 56, North Walnut Street, Davidsville, waived his right to a preliminary hearing...
If Broward Mayor John Rodstrom has his way, one of the big parts of sweeping ethics reform approved by voters will be gutted -- the provision that bars county commissioners from serving on procurement/selection committees. Rodstrom's proposed change is...
Daily American Staff WriterA Davidsville resident, church official and Conemaugh Township school board member has been charged with corruption and unlawful restraint of a minor. Brian Scott Eppley, 56, North Walnut Street, Davidsville, was arraigned Wednesday before District...
World NowPope's butler indicted: The butler to Pope Benedict XVI was indicted Monday in the scandal over leaked Vatican documents. Paolo Gabriele is to stand trial on a charge of aggravated theft for his alleged role in leaking documents that exposed infighting in...
Tribune reporterA proposal to create an inspector general for the suburbs drew skeptical reactions Monday, as officeholders and taxpayer watchdogs questioned how the position would work and whether it’s necessary. But the idea got a warm reception from Gov. Pat...
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