- Jun 21, 2021
The Catholic Church in Colombia says dialogue efforts between the government and the National Strike Committee (CNP) will resume, despite an announcement on Sunday by the government that the CNP had decided to “unilaterally suspend the dialogue.”
“We’re under a lot of pressure in the contemporary world, we Christians and Catholics, and it’s critical to find the right position for our backbone,” said the founder of a new institute devoted to John Paul II and Culture. “John Paul II shows us how to be in such a position.”
Religious sisters in the U.S. are trying to come to terms with the split thirty years ago into two umbrella organizations, LCWR and CMSWR.
Nicaragua’s Roman Catholic bishops have declined an invitation to attend talks between the government and representatives of the opposition.
Religions, which are meant to build bridges, contradict their very nature if they stop pursuing the path of peace, Pope Francis said.
Following another Vatican denial of a recount by Italian journalist Eugenio Scalfari of one of his conversations with the pope, the real question is why Francis keeps putting himself in this position.
The new head of a commission representing Europe’s Catholic bishops pledged to combat populism and promote European unity.