- Sep 22, 2020
Though Pope Francis has faced criticism for his overall handling of the clerical abuse scandals, few cases touch him as directly as that of an Argentine bishop the pontiff brought to Rome.
Crux has a quick round up of Catholic news from Latin America.
Three years of drought in Central America have destroyed crops of corn and beans, leaving families starving and causing Guatemala to declare a true state of emergency, said Catholic Relief Services officials.
St. Joseph Oratory is about to get a $110 million (US$82 million) makeover under a plan to make the popular site more attractive to tourists.
A popular Catholic-administered respite center for migrants run by Sister Norma Pimentel, executive director of Catholic Charities of the Rio Grande Valley in the Brownsville Diocese, has found a new location.
The Maryland House of Delegates approved a bill March 7 to legalize physician-assisted suicide.