- Jun 6, 2020
The apostolic nuncio to the United States challenged an audience of seminarians, faculty and staff at Mount St. Mary’s Seminary to see future priests not as functionaries of the sacred or managers of a business, but as compassionate pastors and missionaries who joyfully announce the Gospel.
Archbishop Michael Byrnes said on Monday the Church in Guam is entering a new chapter after the guilty verdict handed down by the Vatican in the sexual abuse case against Archbishop Anthony Apuron.
Ahead of the Fifth Encuentro, a leading Hispanic expert warns Latinos may leave the U.S. Church in mass numbers if they aren’t embraced by the rest of the Church.
One of the two Bibles Donald Trump used to take the oath of office is joining others used by American presidents at the Museum of the Bible in Washington, D.C.
San Diego Bishop Robert McElroy condemned the Trump administration’s border wall effort this week, calling it “ineffective” and “grotesque” as the president visited the region to tour prototypes.
A federal judge has blocked a law from taking effect next week which bans abortions after a prenatal diagnosis of Down syndrome.