The discussion started Nov. 20 when Ecuador’s constitutional court began to evaluate arguments regarding the request of a woman to end her life.
The Peruvian Bishops’ Conference congratulated the country’s congress for the passage of Law 31935, which specifies rights to unborn children.
The vice president-elect is known for expressing her Catholic faith in public and for criticizing policies contrary to her principles, such as abortion.
A group of Catholic leaders from Costa Rica recently laid out the position of the Church regarding a bill that seeks to eliminate the seal of confession.
A supposed comment by the late Pope Benedict XVI concerning Spain and the devil has been circulating on social media in recent days — is it true?
By a vote of 72-26 with six abstentions, Peru’s Congress passed a bill on Nov. 9 that expressly recognizes the rights granted in its constitution to unborn children.
The independent Nicaraguan media La Prensa, El Confidencial confirmed the transfer through sources close to the Nicaraguan Bishops’ Conference.
The ongoing tension in the Middle East has flared up again in a war between Israel and Hamas, the Palestinian terrorist group that controls the Gaza Strip.
Caritas Jerusalem, which serves the needs of people in the West Bank, Gaza Strip, and Jerusalem, reported that some of its staff are among those displaced.
The arrest of two more Catholic priests in Nicaragua brings the total to six priests arrested in just eight days since the beginning of the month.
The lawsuit was filed on Oct. 2 by a group of former students of the John XXIII School in Bolivia against the order’s provincial, Father Bernardo Mercado.
The reasons behind the arrest of the priests still remain unknown.
The case, which is similar to another that occurred in August, has created a great deal of controversy in the country.
The pontifical foundation Aid to the Church in Need has been developing two vital projects for the most needy communities in Colombia’s Pacific coast region.
The European Parliament announced the nominees for the 2023 Sakharov Prize, which honors persons and organizations who defend human rights and freedoms.
“This theft not only constitutes a serious offense to God ... but also constitutes an absolute lack of charity towards the most needy,” the archdiocese said.
“Unfortunately we do not see a very favorable outlook regarding these issues,” said Elena Gaytán of The Family Matters Association in Guatemala.
The Brazilian and world soccer legend nicknamed “The Phenomenon” took a significant step in his life of faith by receiving the sacrament of baptism.
Alejandro Muñante has requested that officials explain in detail what is “the usefulness of the training, its legal justification ... among other things.”
The move by the dictatorship takes place amid a growing wave of harassment against the religious order.