- Catholic News Service
- Dec 6, 2019
Tax authorities in India have interviewed Cardinal George Alencherry in connection with a series of suspicious land deals that caused the Vatican to send a special administrator into his archdiocese.
With hundreds dead and thousands left homeless by a major earthquake in Indonesia last weekend, Catholic Relief Services is working to bring shelter and necessities to survivors.
While building costs for the Old City alone are expected to be in the billions, for Mosul’s inhabitants, the city’s displaced Christian population in particular, trust will be the hardest thing to repair, if it’s even possible at all.
Filipinos working in the Church’s social communication ministry need a lot of prayer and a “sense of mission” to be able “to combat fake news” and work for peace, a gathering in Davao City was told this week.
Two underground parish priests in China’s Gansu province have been removed after being accused of holding a summer camp for a youth group at their church.
Both students and government forces in Bangladesh should avoid violent confrontation, the country’s highest-ranking Catholic cleric says.