Before Father Guillermo Blandón could take the flight from Miami to Nicaragua, he was informed that the Nicaraguan government had prohibited him from returning.
Three LGBT organizations have met with the main party of the governing coalition in Spain, seeking the passage of the “trans law” before the close of the legislature next year.
Catholic organizations condemned the Wednesday night attack by abortion militants on the Bogotá cathedral and demanded authorities arrest those involved.
The Church in Algeria announced Sunday that the country has ordered the Church’s aid organization Caritas Algeria to cease its operations.
Two Spanish priests recently posted their analyses on social media of a controversial drawing posted to the Synod on Synodality Facebook page.
President Daniel Ortega called the pope a “holy tyrant” and said the Church is “the perfect dictatorship” during a Sept. 28 event in the country’s capital.
One day after a parole board denied clemency to death row inmate Benjamin Cole, the archbishop of Oklahoma City registered his disappointment in the decision.
The first campaign in Spain since the government criminalized what is deemed harassment at abortion businesses by pro-lifers begins today and ends Nov 6.
Bishop Gregory L. Parkes of St. Petersburg asked for prayers for “protection during the storm.”
The Diocese of Matagalpa asked for prayers for its bishop, Rolando Álvarez, and others who were arrested and abducted in August.
Archbishop Luis Argüello of Valladolid, Spain, made his remarks in a homily for a diaconal ordination, noting that deacons wear specific vestments.
Nine international experts have pointed out in an open letter the serious errors contained in a book published a few weeks ago by the Pontifical Academy for Life.
The management company that operates the airport had previously announced that the chapel was going to be converted into a “neutral” place of worship.
If convicted, he could face up to 11 years in prison.
Members of the new pro-life caucus stated that “there is a major commitment to life, family, and religious freedom.”
Bishop José Ignacio Munilla reminded the Belgian bishops that the blessing of gay unions goes against the teaching of the Catholic Church.
The dictatorship of President Daniel Ortega in Nicaragua has expelled the Religious Sisters of the Cross, thus continuing its attacks against the Church in Nicaragua.
In the aftermath of the fire that gutted a church in Cameroon, Bishop Aloysius Fondong found the sacred Hosts and the ciborium containing them to be intact.
A Catholic church in Tangamandapio and seven other Catholic churches were damaged by a 7.6-magnitude earthquake that struck Mexico on Monday.
Rede Marajó, a chain of highway service stations in Brazil, has built seven chapels at its stations with the Blessed Sacrament in the tabernacle.