Hungary’s parliament has passed a sex crimes law that includes elements aiming to protect children, barring providing pornography and content that promotes gender reassignment and homosexuality to anyone under age 18.
Cardinal Péter Erdő noted that the official hymn’s lyrics date back to 1938.
The Regensburger Domspatzen choir traces its roots back to the year 975.
In his opening address at the 2021 spring meeting of the U.S. bishops on Wednesday, conference president Archbishop José Gomez of Los Angeles made a passionate call for unity.
Masses were celebrated at Mass rocks in all of Ireland’s 26 dioceses.
The act of consecration will take place June 27 in Nazareth’s Basilica of the Annunciation.
Rebuilding after the coronavirus pandemic is an opportunity to confront the failures of the past, including failures towards God and neighbor, Pope Francis has said in a message to world leaders gathered in Bratislava.
The statistics showed that 3,083 abortions took place on grounds of disability.
The song is a “refreshed version” of a hymn from 1938, when Hungary last hosted the congress.
According to Vatican sources June 15, there is no meeting currently scheduled between Pope Francis and President Joe Biden.
Catholic News Agency has launched a new audio news update, designed specifically for smart speakers.
The cathedral is scheduled to reopen for worship in April 2024.
The “Synodal Way” – in German: Synodaler Weg – is a controversial discussion process underway in Germany with the declared aim of addressing the Church’s clerical sexual abuse crisis by debating and passing resolutions
The Polish bishops’ ad limina visit to Rome is scheduled for October.
The pope made the appeal in a message to the UN Food and Agriculture Organization.
In his World Day of the Poor message, the pope appealed for a new global approach to poverty.
Joe Biden and First Lady Jill Biden attended Mass in St. Ives, which has a population of 12,000 people.
Organized by the Dicastery for Laity, Family, and Life, the four-day webinar centered on the question: "Where do we stand with the application of Amoris laetitia?"
"Even the seed of our good works may seem small; yet, all that is good belongs to God and therefore humbly, slowly bears fruit," Pope Francis said.
Cardinal Joseph Zen called possible restrictions to the celebration of Mass in the extraordinary form “worrying news.”