- Jul 10, 2020
ROSARIO, Argentina – Three Spanish-born cardinals on Wednesday offered up their “red hats and cardinal rings” to any woman who wants to be a member of the Catholic Church’s most exclusive club. Yet, there’s a catch: they argue that there’s a need to rediscover the priesthood as Jesus perceived it,
As Spain begins to recover from the COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic, the Catholic Church is urging politicians to work together to make the transition as easy as possible for everyone. The Cardinal Archbishop of Barcelona and President of the Spanish Bishops Conference, Juan José Omella, called for the country’s leaders to
As millions of Americans woke up the day after Thanksgiving ready to swamp stores and take advantage of the traditional sales, they probably don’t realize that “Black Friday” is now marked in countries around the world that don’t even celebrate the American holiday.
Bishop Jose Maria Gil Tamayo, former secretary and spokesman of the Spanish bishops’ conference, said there’s an attempt to “extend an unfair veil of suspicion over the immense multitude of priests.”
Cardinal Wilfrid Napier of Durban, South Africa, said Saturday that the working document for the Oct. 3-28 Synod of Bishops doesn’t take account of African realities, where young people aren’t leaving the Church but flocking to it.