- Jun 17, 2021
Archbishop Pierbattista Pizzaballa, Latin patriarch of Jerusalem, conducted a flurry of religious ceremonies for members of the tiny Catholic community in Gaza.
EU bishops say claim that abortion is an essential health service is “ethically untenable.”
The Irish Catholic bishops have chosen a laywoman to head preparations for a national synod, due to be held in the next five years.
The U.S. bishops gave their go-ahead to two dioceses to continue their efforts to make their case for a priest and a brother to be considered for sainthood.
U.S. bishops were asked June 17 to consider authorizing development of a new formal statement and comprehensive vision for Native American and Alaskan Native ministry.
Police in Kenya arrested a suspect accused of brutally murdering a Catholic priest in 2019.
On the feast of St. Francis, Oct. 4, leaders of world religions or their representatives will meet at the Vatican and in Rome to draft a statement to government leaders who will gather in Scotland in November for COP26, the U.N. climate summit.
Caritas, the church’s charitable aid agency, is tackling unemployment in Ghana, especially for young women.