Rutgers legal expert Ron Chen says it's unusual to ask for a stay because the law already has a religious exemption.
Rachel Fisher and Rachel Pasternak made the film Joachim Prinz: I Shall Not Be Silent about how strongly Rabbi Prinz felt about the Civil Rights Movement.
Following Father Michael Fugee's resignation from the church after violating an agreement that he have no contact with minors, Bergen County Prosecutor John Molinelli said that he will not longer make ...
Archbishop Bernard Hebda has been assigned as the new coadjutor, like an assistant archbishop, for the Newark archdiocese where Archbishop John Myers has faced controversy.
Father John Bambrick of the Diocese of Trenton says he believes officials in Rome considered Archbishop John Myers' actions with regard to a clergy member who violated a court order.
Newark Archbishop John Myers told the National Catholic Register that the church dropped the ball on properly monitoring Father Michael Fugee, who had agreed not to work with children.
The bill banning conversion therapy is limited to licensed professional, and would not apply to religious institutions. But Assemblyman Timothy Eustace says the ban will have an indirect impact in how ...
While Newark Archbishop John Myers read a statement addressing priest sex abuse, some say his actions don't go far enough.
A group of clergy members and lay people have formed the group Catholic Whistleblowers to bring attention to and stop sexual abuse by priests.
Father Michael Fugee made a brief court appearance in Bergen County.
Attorney for Sex Abuse Victims Who Settled with Newark Archdiocese Says Clients Will Need Lifetime Counseling
Greg Gianforcaro represents five men who have received a $650,000 settlement from the Newark Archdiocese for having been sexually abused by a former New Jersey priest.
Ed Barocas, Legal Director, ACLU-NJ, says the ACLU has submitted a public records request to learn how the Secretary of Higher Education determined an award of over $10 million to the yeshiva. But so ...
Information easily accessible to the public about priests forced out of priesthood for sex abuse differs among parishes within the Catholic Church.
Questions and calls for resignations have been mounting surrounding a former Archdiocese of Newark priest who was allowed to work with children after admitting sexual contact with a minor.
More calls for Newark Archbishop John Myers to resign.