- Jul 9, 2020
Pope Francis on Sunday expressed “closeness” to Pittsburgh and its Jewish community after a shooting that left 11 people dead.
Pope Francis’s decision to move the World War II-era head of Poland’s Catholic Church a step closer to possible sainthood has hit a stumbling block, after two leading Jewish organizations and even Polish Catholic publications called him out for anti-Semitic views.
A Catholic priest involved in the sainthood cause of a Polish cardinal has rejected claims the cardinal fostered anti-Semitism and refused help for endangered Jews.
Christians in western Europe are less accepting of immigrants and non-Christians than people without religious affiliations, a study published Tuesday that was based on a 15-country survey found.
This Memorial Day weekend, the Church and other religious communities as well as civic players are getting together to try and reduce the number of hate crimes they’re seeing in New Jersey.
A leading Jewish organization has criticized the Vatican’s decision to move World War II-era Cardinal August Hlond along the path to possible sainthood, saying the Polish primate was “extremely” hostile to Jews and failed to condemn a 1946 pogrom.