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Vatican: South Sudan not on Pope's itinerary for 2017

Vatican City, May 30, 2017 / 06:25 am (CNA/EWTN News).- On Friday Vatican spokesman Greg Burke confirmed that while Pope Francis had voiced his desire to travel South Sudan for an ecumenical visit..
CNA

Sisters of Charity give up role in maternity hospital after protests

In recent weeks there have been two large demonstrations against the order’s involvement in the hospital
Catholic Herald

Profile: Pro-life Catholic Andrew Scheer elected Canadian Conservative leader

Scheer describes himself as pro-life and says he will allow backbench MPs to bring forward legislation on the issue
Catholic Herald

Pope preaches on ‘Pentecost of Ephesus,’ warns against ‘ideological faith’

During his homily at weekday Mass on May 29, Pope Francis reflected on the “Pentecost of Ephesus”: the coming of the Holy Spirit on the Christians in that city (Acts 19:1-8).
Catholic Culture

Abducted Philippine priest appears in video

Appearing in a video, the priest abducted from the cathedral in Marawi on the Philippine island of Mindanao asked the nation’s military to cease its offensive to regain control of the city.
Catholic Culture

Minya attack: Christians were given opportunity to convert Islam before being killed

The militants who attacked a bus of Coptic Christian pilgrims in Minya, Egypt, gave their victims a chance to convert to Islam and shot them after they refused, L’Osservatore Romano and other new..
Catholic Culture

South Korean president seeks Pope’s help in resolving Korean crisis

Two weeks after taking office, President Moon Jae-in of South Korea sent a prelate as his special envoy to the Vatican to seek Pope Francis’s help in resolving tensions with North Korea.
Catholic Culture

USCCB: prayers, condolences following terrorist attacks

Cardinal Daniel DiNardo of Galveston-Houston, president of the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops, offered prayers and condolences following the recent terrorist attack in Manchester,..
Catholic Culture

EU bishops’ commission calls for stronger online safeguards for children

The Commission of the Bishops’ Conferences of the European Community (COMECE) recently called upon EU institutions to defend the “fundamental right” of children “to be protected from the most..
Catholic Culture

Why women aren't choosing adoption – and how pro-lifers can change that

Washington D.C., May 29, 2017 / 03:55 pm (CNA/EWTN News).- At 21 years old, Millie Lopus was pregnant and scared. A rising college senior at Loyola University Maryland, she was being pressured into..
CNA

Here's what Pope Francis and Justin Trudeau talked about

Vatican City, May 29, 2017 / 10:40 am (CNA/EWTN News).- Pope Francis met with Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau in a private audience which focused on religious freedom as well as reconciliation..
CNA

Should Catholics watch The Handmaid’s Tale?

The Guardian seems to think that the Tale is an anti-religious tract. Well, it isn’t
Catholic Herald

Canadian prime minister Trudeau says he asked Pope to apologise for residential schools

Trudeau told reporters he invited the pope to go to Canada "in the coming years," but added no further details about such a trip
Catholic Herald

Pope praises entrepreneurs, but blasts speculation, competition

Pope Francis saluted the role of entrepreneurs in spurring economic development, but said that business decisions must be based on the workers’ welfare, in a meeting with workers and management in..
Catholic Culture

Irish religious order cedes control of hospitals, reacting to fear of religious influence

A Catholic religious order in Ireland has agreed to withdraw from the administration of three hospitals, because of concerns that Catholic moral principles would influence health-care decisions.
Catholic Culture

Canadian premier meets with Pontiff, seeks apology for Church role in native schools

Pope Francis met on May 29 with Canada’s Prime Minister Justin Trudeau.
Catholic Culture

The synod dominated by heretics and eccentrics with bad ideas

The Church is a family; in every family there are eccentric uncles and peculiar cousins like Leopold and Ricci who, we all feel, are best forgotten
Catholic Herald

Euthanasia never justified, says new head of Italian bishops’ conference

No circumstances can ever justify the deliberate taking of a human life, Cardinal Gualtiero Bassetti told an audience in Rome.
Catholic Culture

New Mexico diocese: immigration agents must show warrants

The Archdiocese of Santa Fe, New Mexico has instructed its pastors and employees to ask federal immigration officials to show a warrant before entering church property.
Catholic Culture

Top Vatican officials meet with Pontiff

Pope Francis met on May 29 with the heads of the offices of the Roman Curia.
Catholic Culture


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