The bishops warned that the agreement “fails to comply with the abolitionist legal framework of the Argentine state” that abolishes prostitution or trafficking.
Different social media accounts related to the Diocese of Irapuato in the Mexican state of Guanajuato were hacked and inappropriate content was posted.
In an interview with ACI Africa, the director of the Denis Hurley Peace Institute confirmed reports of a leaked Islamic State internal circular.
Bishop Antonio Yao Shun of Jining and Bishop Joseph Yang Yongqiang of Zhoucun will participate in the October assembly.
The leadership of the Synod on Synodality have released the final list of participants for the first session of the October assembly.
The fascinating story of where the Gospel writer’s body lies today takes us back into history.
Attorney General Merrick Garland called the suggestion of anti-Catholic bias “outrageous” and “absurd” when questioned about a Richmond FBI memo.
The incident took place Monday night but was not discovered until early Tuesday, when the person who opened the church noticed the damage and theft.
A number of legislators are expressing reservations about sending more aid to Ukraine as President Volodymyr Zelenskyy is making his case to the U.N.
The legislators introduced a resolution to repeal the FACE Act on the grounds that it is an unconstitutional use of federal power and that it has been weaponized against people of certain religious and political beliefs.
On Monday, a contributor to a Spanish radio station news program claimed that St. Teresa of Calcutta was part of a list of “bad people who did things well.”
The International Society for Civil Liberties and Rule of Law has condemned the Sept. 16-17 kidnapping of more than 30 people in Nigeria, including a Catholic priest.
In her speech at North Carolina A&T, the vice president urged voters to support, among other things, the “freedom to make decisions about your own body.”
After separating the Christians from the Muslims, “they opened fire on the Christians,” a Sept. 18 Aid to the Church in Need report stated.
A day after an Azerbaijan offensive in which as many as 100 were killed, ethnic Armenians in Nagorno-Karabakh have agreed to lay down their arms.
Cardinal Konrad Krajewski is in Ukraine this week to open the House of Refuge “in the name of Pope Francis, as a sign of support and closeness.”
The bishop of San Francisco de Macorís in the Dominican Republic, Alfredo De la Cruz, said the Synod on Synodality should discuss the ministerial priesthood for women.
St. Daniele Comboni witnessed “the horror of slavery” as a missionary in the mid-19th century in what is now Sudan.
Speaking to more than 15,000 people in St. Peter’s Square, the pope said Wednesday that he was troubled by the news he received Tuesday from Nagorno Karabakh.