- Jun 23, 2021
As the government of Daniel Ortega continues to crackdown on the opposition ahead of upcoming elections, the Catholic hierarchy is walking a tightrope between being prophetic and survival.
The Cuban bishops have hit back against a national resolution that would make so-called “gender ideology” part of school curricula, saying it disregards science and denies parents the ability to educate their own children.
Two Catholic churches on First Nations reserves in British Columbia have burned to the ground in overnight fires, Canada’s national police force said Monday.
Cardinal Pietro Parolin, the Vatican’s top diplomat, said on Sunday that the “contradiction between faith and life is one of the most serious scandals that Christians can give to the world.”
A Colombian priest who dedicated years of his life to reducing violence at soccer stadiums died in Bogotá
Bolivia’s Catholic bishops have released a comprehensive document detailing their role in ending public unrest after a disputed election in late 2019.
A Brazilian priest in the city of Tapurah, in Mato Grosso State, is being investigated by prosecutors after a video of him criticizing a homosexual TV journalist with a anti-gay slur went viral.
Several bishops and indigenous leaders have joined the chorus of the mounting calls for Pope Francis to issue a formal apology after the remains of over 200 children were found at a former indigenous residential school in Canada.