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Irish health minister proposes abortion free-of-charge

Irish Health Minister Simon Harris has announced that he intends to make it possible for women in the Republic of Ireland to have abortions free of ...

Sri Lankan cardinal says religion is best guarantor of 'human rights'

Sri Lanka should not look to the western world's "new religion" of human rights but to its own religious traditions, Cardinal Malcolm Ranjith ...

The Jesuit who survived the KGB

When Pope Francis visited a former KGB building in Vilnius, Lithuania Sept. 23, Archbishop Sigitas Tamkevicius was the only bishop to accompany him ...

Mary shows how to be near those who suffer, Pope Francis says

Mary's witness of standing beneath the cross of her Son teaches Catholics how to be close to those around them who are suffering, the pope said at ...

Archbishop Chaput shares theological critique of youth synod prep document

Archbishop Charles Chaput offered Friday on First Things a critique by a theologian of the working document for the upcoming Synod on Youth, which ...

Blessed Stanley Rother shrine fundraising campaign surpasses initial goal

The Archdiocese of Oklahoma City announced Tuesday that its capital campaign, one of the goals of which is the construction of a shrine for Blessed ...

El Papa Francisco se solidariza con victimas del accidente de barco en Tanzania

El Papa Francisco mostro su pesar por la muerte de al menos 200 personas en un accidente de barco en el Lago Victoria, en Tanzania.

Catholic education group applauds Australian school funding plan

A $4.6 billion funding package for Catholic and independent schools in Australia has won the support of a national Catholic education group, which ...

Papa Francisco acepta la renuncia de otros dos obispos en Chile

El 21 de septiembre el Papa Francisco acepto la renuncia de otros dos obispos en Chile: Mons. Cristian Contreras Molina, de la Diocesis de San ...

Retired Green Bay auxiliary bishop failed to report abuse, withdraws from ministry

Bishop Robert Morneau, Auxiliary Bishop Emeritus of Green Bay, has withdrawn from public ministry saying he regrets having failed to report the abuse ...