- Feb 22, 2020
Catholics in the Diocese of Whitehorse, Yukon, sought assistance after a devastating wildfire in Telegraph Creek, British Columbia, destroyed a mission church, rectory and homes.
In the age of legal assisted suicide and euthanasia, palliative care must remain as a distinct form of care that attends to the needs and dignity of the whole person at the natural end of their life, the Catholic bishops of Canada have said.
A former Chilean Catholic priest is denying charges of sexual abuse despite a ruling from the Vatican — he says that it was his bishop, not him, who was the one with the problem.
Senators in Pope Francis’s native Argentina rejected the legalization of abortion early Thursday, in a vote many observers defined as “historic.”
Representatives of the Brazilian bishops’ conference argued in front of the country’s Supreme Court against the decriminalization of abortion.
In Nicaragua, the Catholic Church has tried to keep alive dialogue between the government and the opposition, despite accusations from Ortega that the Church is part of the opposition.