The International Society for Stem Cell Research has dropped the decades-old rule.
The Norbertine monastery was forced to abandon brewing after the French Revolution.
Fr. Alphonsus Bello was found dead May 21 after his parish was attacked by armed bandits.
The Archbishop of Toronto released a pastoral letter earlier this year offering meditations on and insights into the significance of the Sacred Heart of Jesus, to which the month of June is dedicated.
Abortion is legal until the 10th week of pregnancy in Croatia under a law passed in 1978.
The bishops spoke out after the country’s top court ruled that assisted suicide should no longer be a criminal offense.
The report calls on all EU member states to allow access to abortion, promotes a “right to abortion,” and redefines conscientious objection as a “denial of medical care.”
Thirty shrines worldwide took turns leading the month-long prayer event.
He made the remark during an audience with members of the Italian Basketball Federation.
The country recorded 12 million births in 2020, the lowest number recorded since the 1960s.
Boris Johnson married Carrie Symonds at Westminster Cathedral on May 29.
A video posted on social media showed men punching and kicking Catholics taking part in a procession.
The Basilica of the National Shrine of the Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary, the first cathedral built in the United States, is turning 200 years old on May 31. Below are 10 facts that make this landmark one of the most emblematic places in Catholic America.
The Archdiocese of Santa Fe is continuing to list for sale many unused parcels of church property in an effort to help pay for settlements to sexual abuse victims.
Bishop Tadeusz Rakoczy led the Diocese of Bielsko-Żywiec from 1992 to 2013.
Apostolic visitors will evaluate “possible mistakes” by the cardinal and archdiocesan officials.
Poland’s “Primate of the Millennium” died on May 28, 1981.
A bill proposed last week by the ruling Spanish Socialist Workers’ Party would criminalize “harassment” of women entering abortion clinics.
More Catholic bishops have spoken out in support of continuing as planned the process to address “Eucharistic coherence,” namely Christian life and worthiness to receive Holy Communion. The bishops have reacted after an American cardinal’s letter asked the bishops’ conference president, Archbishop Jose Gomez of Los Angeles, to postpone the discussions.
Gerhard Cardinal Müller on Monday called upon the Holy Father to intervene in the German situation to correct clerics who have attempted to bless same-sex unions, or encouraged such attempts.