- Dec 10, 2019
Cardinal Patrick D’Rozario led Catholics in Bangladesh in the celebrations of Bengali New Year, observed on April 14.
After circling a massive, crumbling public housing complex on the outskirts of Rome, Pope Francis had an emotional encounter with the neighborhood’s children.
As Ireland’s May 25 referendum on abortion approaches, several bishops issued statements over the weekend urging the Irish people to vote “No” on the proposal.
A new film documents the efforts of one religious order to help underage girls working as prostitutes, “the most vulnerable among the vulnerable,” in the African nation of Sierra Leone.
Pope Francis’s favorite film, the 1987 classic Babette’s Feast, is now a stage play, opening last month off-Broadway in a new, stripped-down production that focuses on storytelling rather than overly sensationalized entertainment.
Christophe Droeven, the Catholic Relief Services country representative for CAR, told Crux that although the situation is improving in the capital Bangui, the violence is getting worse in the rest of the country.