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Expert points to statistics to show there’s no causal effect between celibacy and abuse

Father Hans Zollner speaks to Australian paper about cases of abuse

Priest who struggled to wear his collar in public finds out why he needed to keep it on

Struggling with newly tarnished image of the priesthood, clerics find reasons for hope among the hurting.

Exclusive Photos: The Last Hermit of Ireland

He may seem like an escapist, but this monk is on the frontlines of the battle that really matters.

These “Singing Seminarians” are evangelizing through music

The Knights of Columbus shines a light on a group of musically inclined seminarians.

The marathon-running priests

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On losing your pastor

He was not the priest we would have chosen had anyone asked, but now that he's leaving ...

Priests on the run: These athletes find more than good health in their hobby

It's hard to imagine where they find the time, but marathon-running priests are something of a trend.

This priest lives in a hut in Scotland, as a reminder that most people in the world live in such simplicity

After a full priesthood, Fr. Willy Slavin decided to get down to the essentials.

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