The bishop of Orihuela-Alicante in Spain, José Ignacio Munilla, called the reference to the United Nations’ Agenda 2030 on the WYD website “unnecessary.”
Father Salvador Nuño, a Legionary of Christ priest who serves in Monterrey, Mexico, shared the story on Facebook Jan. 27.
History notes how much the Freemasons hated St. John Bosco — whose feast the Church celebrates Jan. 31 — but less known are their attempts to kill him.
The Spanish Bishops’ Conference has presented the Synthesis for the European Continental Stage of the Synod on Synodality.
The strategic realignment includes the announcement of new leadership of Catholic News Agency, ACI Group, and the National Catholic Register.
Archbishop Bernardito Cleopas Auza detailed how the Holy See participated “very intensely” in the preliminary discussions held for the preparation of Agenda 2030.
Father Uriel Vallejos recounted how the Bishop Rolando Álvarez opened the office to help those persecuted after anti-government protests in 2018.
The National Court in Spain has initiated the investigation in Wednesday’s incidents as a suspected jihadist terror attack.
Violent protests have been taking place for more than a month in different regions of Peru and have claimed at least 54 lives due to clashes with law enforcement.
According to the National Human Rights Commission of Mexico, between 2000 and 2018, a total of 134 journalists were murdered.
Father Pedro Flores pointed out that the content, which will be taught to children under 6, “is a perverted curriculum, which will pervert the minds of children.”
An exiled priest and a human rights defender charge that the dictatorship of President Daniel Ortega is manipulating and “fabricating” witnesses.
Father Oscar Benavidez was found guilty of two crimes at a Jan. 16 trial riddled with irregularities and consisting of only one hearing.
An online petition charges that the Mexico City Ministry of Health “is trying to take away all the vans of the Women’s Help Centers.”
Cardinal Pietro Parolin made his remarks at a Jan. 18 conference in the Italian Senate on the continued relevance of the life of Blessed Rosario Livatino.
According to the study, Colombia is the most dangerous country for Christians in the Americas and ranks 22nd worldwide.
“I think it’s important to let ourselves be ‘hit hard’ by these stories, and that it not come off as just another piece of news,” the priest said.
“As children of the Church we must pray and ask God for his eternal rest in heaven,” the prelate said in sharing the prayer on his Facebook page.
Unidentified individuals on Jan. 15 desecrated the Blessed Sacrament in a Catholic church in Managua, the capital of Nicaragua.
Thousands of people attended the Jan. 17 funeral of Biagio Conte, the lay missionary founder of the Hope and Charity Mission.