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A self-proclaimed bishop says the C...

A self-proclaimed bishop says the Catholic Church should embrace female priests

“Bishop” Bridget Mary Meehan plans to ordain three women during the World Meeting of Families later this month.
Tying our knots

Tying our knots

Art project to honor Pope Francis is built out of city’s struggles
More changes to papal visit

More changes to papal visit

Organizers add papal parades and more tickets to the 2015 World Meeting of Families.
Clout: The Geator's choice for Supr...

Clout: The Geator's choice for Supreme Court?

Paul Panepinto is the first independent state Supreme Court candidate since 1993. Who is he? And why is Jerry Blavat endorsing him?
D.A.: Bookkeeper busted for pinchin...

D.A.: Bookkeeper busted for pinching $696,631

Jeffrey McElwee, of Delaware County, is in jail awaiting trial.
Some 'twisdom' to help you pay for ...

Some 'twisdom' to help you pay for college

WHEN I THINK of paying for college, I'm reminded of the opening lines from the original "Star Trek" TV series.

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Philadelphia DA will keep prosecuto...

Philadelphia DA will keep prosecutors named in pornography scandal

Philadelphia's district attorney says three staff prosecutors will get sensitivity training but keep their jobs.
Jason Day, Rory McIlroy off to stro...

Jason Day, Rory McIlroy off to strong starts in race for No. 1

Jason Day and Rory McIlroy started their Deutsche Bank Championship campaigns under par Friday while Jordan Spieth stumbled again while shooting a 4-over 75.
Mets plan to pitch Matt Harvey into...

Mets plan to pitch Matt Harvey into playoffs

The Mets intend to proceed with an innings plan for Matt Harvey that will allow him to pitch into the postseason, ignoring a stricter cap that agent Scott Boras advocated, team sources told ESPN.
Eagles trade Matt Barkley to Arizon...

Eagles trade Matt Barkley to Arizona Cardinals

Action News has confirmed that the Eagles have agreed to trade QB Matt Barkley to the Arizona Cardinals.
Drowned Refugees Laid to Rest in Ho...

Drowned Refugees Laid to Rest in Hometown

The father of 3-year-old Aylan and 5-year-old Galip laid them to rest.
Van collides with road milling mach...

Van collides with road milling machine in Tinicum Twp.

Delaware County fire and rescue crews are on the scene of an accident in Tinicum Township.

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Police: Pregnant woman, man wounded...

Police: Pregnant woman, man wounded in Philadelphia shooting

Police say a 23-year-old pregnant woman and a 21-year-old man are hospitalized after a shooting in Philadelphia's Frankford section. Chief Inspector Scott Small says the shooting occurred shortly before 10 p.m. Thursday in front of a home on Paul Street.

Moscow priest's LEGO Vatican on dis...

Moscow priest's LEGO Vatican on display in Philadelphia museum

THE FRANKLIN INSTITUTE/DARRYL MORAN PHOTOGRAPHY The Rev. Bob Simon of St. Catherine of Siena church in Moscow poses in front of his repllica of the Vatican.

Suit Claims Mother's Organs Taken A...

Suit Claims Mother's Organs Taken Against Wishes

A Philadelphia family is suing Temple University Hospital, claiming staff removed their deceased mother's internal organs against her and their wishes. According to the lawsuit filed in Pennsylvania state court, 85 year old Essie Cooper's organs were removed and kept by the hospital during an autopsy.

Officials Announce 2 Papal Parades ...

Officials Announce 2 Papal Parades Planned In Philadelphia; More Event Tickets To Be Released

NOVEMBER 19: Pope Francis waves to the faithful as he arrives in St. Peter's Square for his weekly audience on November 19, 2014 in Vatican City, Vatican. During his speech Pontiff appealed for peace in the Middle East.

Police Seeking Suspects In Southwes...

Police Seeking Suspects In Southwest Philly Armed Robbery

Police were called to the scene for a report of a robbery in progress back on August 27th around 3:45 p.m. on the 4900 block of Master Street in Southwest Philadelphia. According to police, one of the suspects entered the store and pointed a revolver at the store employee.

Prohibited items released for Pope'...

Prohibited items released for Pope's Philadelphia visit

As preparations continue for Pope Francis' visit to Philadelphia later this month, the U.S. Secret Service has announced a number of security measures that will be in place. On Sept.

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