- Nov 26, 2020
With the Latino Catholic population on the rise, the Church in the United States has launched a series of meetings that will take place over the next four years aimed at getting to know Latinos and producing more involvement in the church of its second largest and fastest growing community.
Archbishop Wilton Daniel Gregory calls the faithful to fight against the disease of racism in the United States. “Our new administration must recognize and address the deadly impact that racism and racist behavior continues to inflict upon our nation and its people,” Gregory writes.
North Carolina bishops say “we accompany all people,” but transgender bathroom access involves religious liberty because Church institutions must operate according to their beliefs.
After a Catholic man ended up injuring a Baptist preacher in a brawl following a local hockey game, an Ohio judge sentences him to attend Baptist services for 12 weeks.
ALBANY, N.Y. — Farmworkers joined by Albany Bishop Edward Scharfenberger and other supporters rallied Wednesday outside New York’s Capitol for legislation to guarantee them overtime pay while removing the state’s ban on joining a union. Some had marched for more than two weeks from Long Island to Albany, saying they need the
“As priests, we often talk about sacrifice,” said Father Samuel Giese. “In war you see people sacrifice for others, so it puts a lot of things in perspective, including Jesus’s sacrifice.”