- May 8, 2021
If Colombians truly seek peace, they must give up vengeance and seek reconciliation by forgiving themselves and one another, said a priest who is devoting his life to such a mission.
The Peruvian National Police arrested a suspect in connection with the death of Jesuit Father Carlos Riudavets.
A year after Pope Francis urged Colombians to build unity and a nation for all after more than half a century of conflict, the country’s Catholic Church continues to play a key role in the quest for reconciliation.
Catholic Church leaders are urging the Colombian government to protect community leaders who are being targeted by hired assassins.
Amidst a push by the daughter of Cuban dictator Raul Castro to legalize gay marriage by redefining it through replacing the terms “man and woman” with “two people,” the Catholic Church is denouncing it as “ideological colonialism” and “cultural imperialism.”
A priest in Trinidad was threatened with having his “legs chopped off” by robbers who took several thousand dollars from the parish.
A new crisis pregnancy center in Buenos Aires will welcome women facing difficult pregnancies, offering resources, counseling, and medical support.
Puerto Rico has now revised the official death toll from Hurricane Maria.