The directors of Catholic-operated migrant shelters rejected a portrayal by President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador that they mismanaged government money, saying they survived on donations and the good will of generous individuals.
As massive protests continued in Hong Kong, the Auxiliary Bishop pledged to remain with those opposing a controversial extradition bill and the resignation of the Chinese territory’s leader.
A new law in Quebec prohibits the wearing of religious symbols or clothing by some government employees, including public school teachers, state lawyers, judges and police officers.
Visiting the families in temporary housing, Pope Francis kept urging them to keep hold of hope, and he did the same in his homily.
Whenever he’s been approached about the issue, Pope Francis is clear that priestly celibacy is not up for grabs, despite the fact that it is a discipline and not doctrine.
According to Pope Francis, the world today is living in an era of changes where “the soul of our peoples is at stake.”
Francis noted that even though the Spirit is both the first and final thing the Church needs, it only goes where He is invited.
While the Church purports to be an evangelizer of culture, quite often it’s also evangelized by culture, and social media is a leading case in point.
More than a war chronicle, “Saints and Sinners in the Cristero War: Stories of Martyrdom from Mexico” dissects the religious, social and political aspects of Mexico’s anti-Catholic history.
A senior Dutch priest criticized media reports on the death of a teenager experiencing depression, accusing foreign media of “sensationalizing euthanasia” in his country.