- Catholic News Service
- Dec 21, 2019
Religions for Peace, a coalition representing millions of believers, convened over 250 global religious peace-builders in New York to set priorities for addressing challenges faced by communities the world over, ranging from peace and security issues to environmental degradation and climate change to “freedom of thought, conscience and religion.”
Once a priest, always a priest.
While undoubtably conveying a sense of compassion and solidarity with those impacted by Sunday’s bomb attack, Filipino President Rodrigo Duterte’s Monday visit to the Catholic Cathedral where the explosions took place is also another sign of his odd and at times volatile relationship with the Catholic Church.
Pious Christians played a large role in developing and producing alcohol for logical reasons.
Faced with the ever-present fear that Christianity will disappear from the Middle East, leaders from both Catholic and Orthodox rites in Iraq have said their unity is key to ensuring that their churches are there to stay.
The Archdiocese of Portland learns from its deaf community.