Archive for February 27, 2023

Pope Francis in Budapest, Hungary, on Sept. 12, 2021.?w=200&h=150

By Hannah Brockhaus

Pope Francis to visit Hungary in April

Pope Francis returns to the central European country after a short visit in 2021 for the 52nd International Eucharistic Congress. Read more

Minister of the Interior of Spain Fernando Grande-Marlaska.?w=200&h=150

By Nicolás de Cárdenas

Spanish government reproached for lack of response to jihadist attack on churches that left one dead

The Observatory for Religious and Conscience Freedom criticized the Spanish government for its “silence and inaction” in the face of... Read more

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By Solène Tadié

Citizens’ convention endorses legalization of euthanasia and assisted suicide in France

The 184-member council was convened by President Emmanuel Macron to debate “end of life” issues. Read more

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By Kevin J. Jones

San Diego Diocese denies charges that it hid assets to avoid paying child sexual abuse claims

The Diocese of San Diego has rejected a lawsuit’s allegations that it restructured diocesan properties to hide assets from sexual... Read more


By Ana Paula Morales

Spokesman for Russian Catholic bishops: ‘There is no foreseeable solution’ to Ukraine war

Father Kirill Gorbunov said that “the majority of the people are suffering” and that “after a year of war [with... Read more


By Ana Paula Morales

Ukrainian soldier saved by praying the rosary, priest recounts

Part of Ukrainian priest Father Josafat Boyko’s ministry is to provide spiritual direction to soldiers fighting the Russian invasion. Read more


By Jonah McKeown

St. Louis children’s transgender clinic refuses to halt operations amid AG investigation

The transgender clinic has said it will continue to prescribe puberty-blocking drugs to minors despite a whistleblower’s report.  Read more

Former cardinal Theodore McCarrick arrives outside Massachusetts' Dedham District Courthouse for his arraignment on Sept. 3, 2021.?w=200&h=150

By Joe Bukuras

Ex-cardinal McCarrick asks for dismissal of sex abuse case against him, citing dementia

Former Cardinal Theodore McCarrick, 92, filed a motion in a Massachusetts court claiming he is “legally incompetent” to stand trial. Read more

Priest celebrating the traditional Latin Mass at the church of St Pancratius, Rome?w=200&h=150

By Tyler Arnold

Albany Diocese limits Latin Masses following new guidance from the Vatican

Effective immediately, parish churches in the diocese are limited in celebrating the Latin Mass in accordance with the “Missale Romanum”... Read more