Diego López Colín

Diego López Colín

Diego López Colín is a graduate of the Carlos Septién García School of Journalism (Mexico). He has been a correspondent for ACI Prensa in Mexico since 2023.

Articles by Diego López Colín

Mexican bishops respond to pro-abortion ruling by Supreme Court: Every life has worth

Sep 11, 2023 / 08:30 am

A Sept. 6 ruling of the court declared “unconstitutional the legal system that criminalizes abortion in the Federal Penal Code.”

Mexican Supreme Court rules criminalization of abortion in Federal Penal Code unconstitutional

Sep 6, 2023 / 18:50 pm

The court’s First Chamber ruled the criminalization unconstitutional “since it violates the human rights of women and persons with the capacity to gestate.” 

Map shows the Catholic Church’s migrant shelters in Mexico

Sep 5, 2023 / 16:15 pm

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.

In front of the tomb of St. Óscar Romero, bishops pledge to care for migrants

Aug 31, 2023 / 16:30 pm

Meeting in El Salvador Aug. 21-25, representatives of bishops’ conferences analyzed the various migratory scenarios at an international meeting.

Church in Mexico prays with relatives of disappeared persons

Aug 29, 2023 / 16:00 pm

Cardinal Francisco Robles Ortega offered Mass on Sunday at the Shrine of the Martyrs of Christ the King for thousands of disappeared persons.

Parents in Mexico deliver over 100,000 signatures opposing textbooks with gender ideology

Aug 25, 2023 / 16:30 pm

The new school textbooks developed by the Mexican government have been at the center of criticism because of content biased by gender ideology.

Parishioners begin to repair church riddled with bullets in Mexico

Aug 24, 2023 / 16:20 pm

Fighting between organized crime members in June caused serious damage to both outside and inside the village church in Santa Anita, Mexico.

Bishops of Mexico call for prayers for peace: ‘We live surrounded by violence’

Aug 18, 2023 / 16:00 pm

Since President Andrés Manuel López Obrador took office on Dec. 1, 2018, 131,507 first-degree murders have been recorded in Mexico to date.