Catholic bishops in South Korea expressed sorrow and offered prayers after more than 150 people died in a stampede during Halloween celebrations in Seoul. They also called for a detailed investigation to identify the cause of the incident.
Sister Colette Moon, SBKM, was in her early 20s when she was struck by a feeling deep inside that she wanted to become a nun. But instead of embracing it, she tried to ignore it.
One of South Korea’s most senior clergymen says he believes the Catholic Church in communist North Korea is growing, although Catholics live in hiding and endure persecution.