- Carol Glatz
- Mar 25, 2021
Consecrated men and women need a solid foundation built on ongoing formation, a clear identity and the “rock” of God’s eternal love that sets them free, said a letter from the Congregation for Institutes of Consecrated Life and Societies of Apostolic Life.
Heroic trust in the Holy Spirit and a firm resolve to move forward “on mission” are at the heart of the Archdiocese of Detroit’s transition to “families of parishes,” Archbishop Allen H. Vigneron said Nov. 22 in a new pastoral note.
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The product of an Irish Catholic family from Montreal, Erin O’Toole, a member of Parliament from Ontario, became the leader of the official opposition Conservative Party of Canada Aug. 24. Although he is not a social conservative, he has the eye of social conservatives, who want him to recognize the role they played in his election.
The followers of the God-Man from far off Palestine believed in the profoundly novel conviction that every human being was made in the image of the One God and held a untouchable dignity that merited and called forth respect, protection, and care.
Nigeria has had over 50,000 people killed since 2009 due to the Boko Haram insurgency, which has also displaced over 2 million people. In the country’s “Middle Belt” – where the Muslim North meets the Christian South – Muslim Fulani bands have killed thousands of Christians.
Crux is now featuring a daily digest of content from “Currents News,” the flagship daily TV news program of Brooklyn-based DeSales Media Group.
Catholic bishops in eastern Congo urged better government protection for local communities, which staged a day of strikes for victims of recent violence.