A statue of Our Lady of Guadalupe was left intact amid the devastation caused by Hurricane Otis, which struck the coastal city of Acapulco last week.
St. Juan Diego Migrant House in central Mexico has become a refuge for those undertaking dangerous journeys in search of a better life.
In response to the devastation caused by recent hurricanes, the Mexican Bishops’ Conference called for solidarity to “provide generous aid to those affected.”
In response to the decision, pro-life leaders criticized this “great blow” against the “fundamental and inalienable right to life.”
Father José Filiberto Velázquez Florencio, a priest of the Diocese of Chilpancingo-Chilapa, reported that he was attacked around midnight Oct. 18.
The Archdiocese of Durango in Mexico has begun the construction of a shrine dedicated to the martyrs who offered their lives during the Cristero War.
The legislation seeks to change more than 70 articles in five federal laws specifically regarding abortion in Mexico.
According to the Ministry of the Interior of Mexico, between January and August it had encountered 402,324 undocumented migrants in the country.
Authorities said approximately 100 people were in the church at the time of the collapse.
The accord, as well as the creation of a National Peace Network, came as the National Dialogue for Peace was held Sept. 21–23 in Puebla state, Mexico.
Sept. 23 videos that went viral on social media show a convoy of pickup trucks driving through the streets of towns in Chiapas as hundreds lined the street.
The campaign demands that educational institutions stop using the controversial school textbooks developed for the 2023-2024 school year.
Different social media accounts related to the Diocese of Irapuato in the Mexican state of Guanajuato were hacked and inappropriate content was posted.
Christ the Fisher was erected by Peruvian sculptor Pedro Víctor Cuya Ramos. Its construction began in 2014 and six years later the work was completed.
Asked if the country's Supreme Court decriminalized abortion with its recent ruling, Francisco Vázquez-Gómez Bisogno told ACI Prensa “the answer is no, very clearly.”
A Sept. 6 ruling of the court declared “unconstitutional the legal system that criminalizes abortion in the Federal Penal Code.”
The court’s First Chamber ruled the criminalization unconstitutional “since it violates the human rights of women and persons with the capacity to gestate.”
The map was developed in order for migrants to have a more efficient way to find the centers and shelters where they can receive help.
Meeting in El Salvador Aug. 21-25, representatives of bishops’ conferences analyzed the various migratory scenarios at an international meeting.
Cardinal Francisco Robles Ortega offered Mass on Sunday at the Shrine of the Martyrs of Christ the King for thousands of disappeared persons.