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Lebanese Orthodox prelate confident that kidnapped bishops remain alive

A Syriac Orthodox bishop in Lebanon has expressed confidence that two Orthodox prelates who were kidnapped in Syria in 2013 are still alive, despite a lack of information about their whereabouts.
Catholic Culture

Boston archdiocese opens first new church in 60 years

For the first time in over 60 years, the Archdiocese of Boston has dedicated a new church.
Catholic Culture

‘Newman Guide’ colleges show steady growth, report says

The 10th-anniversary edition of The Newman Guide, published to help draw attention to authentically Catholic colleges, shows a pattern of strong growth among the schools recommended for their fidelity..
Catholic Culture

Pope Francis to visit graves of two 20th century Italian priests

Vatican City, Apr 24, 2017 / 11:28 am (CNA/EWTN News).- Pope Francis will make a pilgrimage June 20 to visit the graves of two 20th century Italian priests in the towns of Bozzolo and Bariana, the..

Pope decries ‘rigid’ and ‘rationalistic’ theology

In his homily at a morning Mass on April 24, Pope Francis said that the Holy Spirit enables believers to “go forward along the parth of the Spirit without compromise, without rigidity.”
Catholic Culture

Gay activist hired for communications job in Oslo diocese

The Diocese of Oslo, Norway, is under fire for hiring a communications official who has been involved with the gay-rights movement.
Catholic Culture

Papal visit a sign of Pope’s closeness to Egypt’s Christians, says Vatican

During his time Egypt, Francis will not use an armoured car and will travel among crowds in a golf cart
Catholic Herald

Australian bishops oppose drive to legalize assisted suicide

The Catholic bishops of Victoria, Australia have issued a pastoral letter opposing a new drive to legalize physician-assisted suicide.
Catholic Culture

100,000 attend Divine Mercy devotions in El Salvador

A stunning crowd estimated at 100,000 joined in a weekend of Divine Mercy devotions at a shrine in El Salvador this weekend.
Catholic Culture

Papal reference to ‘concentration camps’ for Europe’s refugees draws criticism

Pope Francis drew new controversy on April 22 when he compared the transit centers for European migrants to “concentration camps.”
Catholic Culture

A day off for St George is a very good idea

Days off for Christian feasts and other religious festivals would be more appropriate than our current bank holidays
Catholic Herald

Laity conference in Rome raises concerns over Amoris Laetitia

Six scholars gave talks on aspects of Amoris Laetitia and its aftermath
Catholic Herald

French bishops offer divided voters guidelines on presidential runoff

Voters will choose between Emmanuel Macron and Marine Le Pen on May 7
Catholic Herald

Pope Francis comforts sister of French priest slain last year

Vatican City, Apr 24, 2017 / 10:07 am (CNA/EWTN News).- Pope Francis on Saturday comforted the sister of Father Jacques Hamel, an 85-year-old priest who was killed by ISIS sympathizers while..

Buddhists and Christians must help promote non-violence, cardinal says

The Pontifical Council for Interreligious Dialogue released a message to mark the Buddhist celebration of Vesakh
Catholic Herald

Chicago cardinal praises governor for pledging to veto abortion bill

Cardinal Blase Cupich said Gov Bruce Rauner has taken a 'principled stand'
Catholic Herald

Italian bishop granted early retirement after begging to return to missionary work

Bishop Gianfranco Todisco asked to be sent 'to the farthest, most disadvantaged' diocese
Catholic Herald

Virginia bishops praise governor for commuting death sentence

The bishops said they have a 'profound respect for the sanctity of every human life'
Catholic Herald

Pope Francis meets sister of Fr Jacques Hamel at service for modern martyrs

Fr Hamel was murdered by ISIS terrorists as he celebrated Mass in his Normandy church
Catholic Herald

French priest beatified in Spain

Father Louis-Antoine-Rose Ormières Lacase (1801-90), a French priest who spent the last years of his life in Spain, was beatified at Oviedo Cathedral on April 22.
Catholic Culture

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