- Jan 15, 2021
After pro-Trump protestors contesting the results of the US presidential election stormed the nation’s Capitol yesterday, international leaders and Catholic authorities from across the world have condemned the violence, urging peace and respect for democracy.
Of the more than 76,000 people known to have died of COVID-19 in Italy the past 11 months, more than 200 were priests
The Greek government relented and allowed limited attendance at churches celebrating the feast of the Epiphany on Wednesday, reversing a ban on attendance designed to limit the spread of the coronavirus.
The three wise men received a subdued reception in Spain on the eve of the Western observance of Epiphany due to a pandemic-related prohibition against large public events.
A liberal Catholic magazine in Poland that recently criticized some high-ranking church officials says local church authorities in Krakow have terminated the publication’s office lease after almost 76 years.
The head of French bishops’ conference testified to a special commission of the National Assembly that while he understands the need to strengthen national security, a proposed law designed to rein in extremist militancy would place religions and religious believers under particular surveillance.