The university said that the two individuals are believed to have known each other and “this was not a random incident.”
The cross had recently been installed and was apparently destroyed using a chainsaw.
“If we build the future badly, we will live in a terrible world,” the handbook warns Big Tech.
“Mission San Gabriel will always be the true spiritual heart of Los Angeles,” Archbishop Jose Gomez of Los Angeles said in a recent essay.
The court’s 6-3 ruling states that the First Amendment’s free speech clause protects a Colorado web designer who feared prosecution under state laws.
The attorney generals said the company should be mindful of its obligations under their states’ anti-discrimination laws that protect gender identity.
Catholic plaintiffs filed the legal challenge to the Biden administration’s mandate arguing the mandate violated their religious freedom.
In the vastness of space, keep love and wonder alive, Pope Francis told astronomers of the Vatican Observatory Summer School.
Cardinal Marc Ouellet responded to the new allegations saying he intends to demonstrate his innocence in a court of law.
According to an employee at the restaurant, the supposed priest urged employees to “get the sins out.”
The friars’ longtime ministry was interrupted when their contract for pastoral services expired on March 31, just before Holy Week.
The NHS found that there is not enough evidence to support the “safety or clinical effectiveness” of puberty-blocking drugs for minors.
The White House in a June 8 fact sheet announced “new actions to protect LGBTQI+ communities.”
“Online child exploitation threatens the safety and well-being of our young people and destroys families and communities,” the bishops said June 7.
Pope Francis’ envoy to Ukraine Cardinal Matteo Zuppi on Tuesday finished a “brief but intense” two-day visit to Kyiv.
The social media website Twitter has apparently failed to block images of child sexual abuse, with researchers detecting illegal pornographic material.
As part of a parish reorganization and merger plan, Bishop Earl K. Fernandes spoke of new possibilities for growth.
“It is clear to me that this course of action would not have been taken with anyone else,” Archbishop Salvatore Cordileone of San Francisco said Thursday.
Three former students at a Massachusetts Catholic high school have filed a lawsuit against Boston’s Cardinal Sean O’Malley and other Church leaders.
Over 30 of Nebraska’s 49 senators joined the governor for the signing of the Let Them Grow Act, which bans abortion 12 weeks into pregnancy.