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DC backs down over Mass limits after archdiocese sues

The District of Columbia has changed course and will now allow up to 250 people to attend religious services. The... Read more

Archbishop Wilton Gregory at the 2020 Youth Rally and Mass for Life.

DC archbishop to hold Mass for justice on MLK anniversary

In addition to announcing the Mass, Gregory called on Catholics to participate in the 2020 census, saying "We all count."  Read more

Former employee charged with stealing $472,000 from Archdiocese of Washington

The former Assistant Superintendent of Catholic Schools in Washington, D.C., has been charged with embezzling close to half a million... Read more

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Churches have the same rights as protests, DOJ tells Maryland county

The Justice Department praised Montgomery County Council Wednesday for protecting the First Amendment rights of protestors and said it now... Read more

Parish of the Sacred Heart, Washington, DC. Courtesy image.

DC parish fills pews with food for parishioners in need 

Priests, parishioners, and staff at Sacred Heart Parish in Washington assembled 500 boxes of food and other resources for families... Read more

Eucharistic procession on Divine Mercy Sunday from Holy Comforter-St. Cyprian Catholic Church on Capitol Hill.

Capitol Hill parish takes adoration to the streets for Divine Mercy Sunday

As many Catholics marked Divine Mercy Sunday at home, one parish in Washington, D.C., found a way to bring the... Read more

Coats of arms on display in the Cathedral of St. Matthew, Washington, after the removal of the arms of Theodore McCarrick.

Gregory orders McCarrick's coat of arms removed from Washington cathedral

A display in the cathedral has now been altered so that there is no gap between the arms of current... Read more

Mike Harris, who was one of the people displaced from K Street, poses for a picture in front of his tent under L Street.

Washington DC clears out homeless camp, breaking up community

One former resident told CNA that he believes the dismantling was necessary, and he blames the city for letting the... Read more

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Amid shutdown, DC Catholic Charities aids furloughed workers

For three days, at a set time and location, any furloughed government worker or federal contractor is eligible to receive... Read more