The accident happened at around 5:40 a.m. local time when the bus veered off the A4 road between Jarek Bisaski and Podvorec, northeast of Zagreb.
Bishop Juan Carlos Elizalde of Vitoria, Spain, warned that some young people are “at risk” for self-centeredness because of the way they’re being raised and educated.
On the feast day of St. John Mary Vianney, Aug. 4, the Archdiocese of Managua, Nicaragua, called on the faithful to join in a day of prayer for priests.
If it had not been for the change in the law about 1,000 children would have lost their lives in their mothers' wombs in Poland, mainly due to suspected Down syndrome, says a Polish pro-life activist.
Nicaraguan police broke into Divine Mercy parish the night of Aug. 1 in the town of Sébaco in the Diocese of Matagalpa.
The Adorer Handmaids of the Blessed Sacrament and of Charity in Cúcuta, Colombia, have helped some 4,000 women escape human-trafficking networks.
During a July 30 Mass in Chilpancingo’s town square, the bishop said that “those of us who can speak, must speak; we cannot remain silent.”
The pope will attend the Congress of Leaders of World and Traditional Religions in the Kazakh capital, Nur-Sultan.
The pope's letter sheds light on the Vatican's controversial closure of one of Argentina's top seminaries.
The officers have been victims of the so-called “pistol plan” of the criminal organization known as the Clan del Golfo.
The employees refused the vaccination due to its association with aborted fetal cells.
Pope Francis is visiting Canada in what he has called a “penitential pilgrimage.”
The celebration also commemorated the 507th anniversary of the founding of Santiago (St. James) de Cuba.
The motorcyclist had no serious injuries and was able to stand up on his own.
The constitution’s text will be approved or rejected Sept. 4 in a plebiscite in which all Chileans will participate.
The monks, who are known for their Gregorian chant, have been taken in by the nuns at a nearby Benedictine monastery.
Upon his arrival in Edmonton, the pope was greeted by representatives of Canada's indigenous peoples.
At least one person was killed and several were injured Sunday in an attack on the inauguration of a Greek Orthodox church in Syria’s Hama Governorate.
The special observance is held on the fourth Sunday in July to roughly coincide with the feast day of Sts. Joachim and Anne, the grandparents of Jesus.
During his six-day trip, he’s expected to meet with and apologize to indigenous Canadians for abuses committed at Church-run residential schools.