A Roman Catholic priest has died in custody while appealing his child sexual abuse conviction.
As a school, Neumann-Goretti entered the exclusive realm of becoming the first dual boy-girl Catholic League basketball champions since Cardinal O’Hara accomplished the feat in 1968—the first in 46 years.
Top 10 Week of Sept. 28, 2012 1. St. Joseph’s Prep (Record: 3-0. Previous Week: 1. Weeks Rated: 3.) 2. La Salle (Record: 4-0. Previous Week: 2. Weeks Rated: 5.) 3. Downingtown East (Record: 4-0. […]
His shirt was dark and damp from all of the sweat, and water was dripping from his nose and chin as if his head was under a running faucet. Still, John Reid couldn’t get enough of everything this side of torture those weeknights of personal training he was willing to endure.
This year, there is no one team that stands clearly above the rest. But there is a team that might have a slight edge over every other team in the area—that’s Downingtown East.
Roman Catholic’s Shep Garner is establishing himself as one of the best in the country.
Former La Salle star Donnie Carr is trying his hand at coaching.
Today, William “Speedy” Morris is the most renowned high school basketball coach in southeastern Pennsylvania. His winning reputation supersedes Philly, and stretches across the state.
A judge on Monday halted the release of 1,200 pages of grand jury testimony on a Roman Catholic cardinal relating to his handling of priest sex-abuse complaints in Philadelphia.
It was a momentous week for the Roman Catholic archdiocese of Philadelphia with the departure of Cardinal Rigali and a man from the west replacing him.
Two more Roman Catholic churches in the Camden Diocese will soon be consolidated into a new parish that will about serve 2,240 families.
Two Roman Catholic school workers from New Jersey have pleaded not guilty to charges of having sex with female students during a high school’s class trip to Germany.
A Roman Catholic monsignor will let the Philadelphia archdiocese pay his legal fees in a clergy abuse case despite a warning that at trial his interests could conflict with the church’s.
Three more Roman Catholic churches in the Camden Diocese will soon be consolidated into a new parish that will serve nearly 1,700 families.