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Ahead of the U.S. Senate's Nov. 29 61-to-36 vote approving the Respect for Marriage Act, the chairmen of two U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops' committees... [Read More]
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After postponing his trip last July, Pope Francis has rescheduled for Jan. 31-Feb. 5 his trip to Congo and his ecumenical visit to South Sudan,... [Read More]
As the international community marked World AIDS Day Dec. 1, some priests, church and agency officials said the Catholic Church must focus more on young... [Read More]
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Readers of The Tablet, newspaper of the Diocese of Brooklyn, New York, now see something on the paper's website that previously was only familiar to... [Read More]
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Some six decades before Elon Musk began fretting over blue checks on Twitter accounts, the Catholic Church issued in-depth guidance on all forms of social... [Read More]
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Saying they are outraged by growing "antisemitic rhetoric" across the country, members of the U.S. bishops' Committee on Ecumenical and Interreligious Affairs urged Christians to... [Read More]
The head of the Archdiocese of New Orleans spoke of horror and pain in a Nov. 30 statement, following what police believe is the killing... [Read More]
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Ahead of the U.S. Senate's Nov. 29 61-to-36 vote approving the Respect for Marriage Act, the chairmen of two U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops' committees... [Read More]
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Pope Francis continues his general audience talks about "consolation," encouraging people to make a daily examination of conscience to see where God is at work... [Read More]
While some people want to "reform" the Catholic Church and others want "to put the brakes on the synod process," those involved in preparing the... [Read More]
Casa Juan Diego and Catholic Charities, recuperating from an overflow of Venezuelans seeking asylum from their country's economic and political spiral this summer, may have... [Read More]
While some people want to "reform" the Catholic Church and others want "to put the brakes on the synod process," those involved in preparing the... [Read More]
Supreme Court justices Nov. 29 examined a Biden administration policy that placed the arrest and deportation of some unauthorized immigrants over others. [Read More]
As many restrictions put in place at the height of the COVID-19 pandemic have been lifted, some Catholic dioceses around the country are returning, or... [Read More]
During Advent, various bishops urged Catholics to focus on the family and strengthen their relationship with Christ through the Eucharist. [Read More]
In an unusual move, the Vatican issued a public statement of regret, essentially accusing the Chinese government of violating its agreement with the Vatican over... [Read More]
No investment of money is morally neutral; "either God's kingdom is being advanced by the assets we deploy, or it is being neglected and undermined,"... [Read More]
Violence against women is "a social scourge that is also linked to cultural attitudes, ingrained mentalities and prejudices," so education, prevention and swifter justice are... [Read More]
In a wide-ranging interview with top staff of America magazine, Pope Francis decried increased polarization within the Catholic Church, affirmed the need to involve more... [Read More]
Just ahead of Thanksgiving Day, "a time where we celebrate what we are most grateful for in our lives," the nation awoke Nov. 23 "to... [Read More]
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