- Dec 10, 2019
Leading Catholic activists laud new anti-trafficking legislation as an embrace of Pope Francis’s plea to end the scourge of human trafficking.
Acts of love, courage and sacrifice by first responders, parents and children alike are hallmarks of a country that is rooted in prayer and deep faith in God, President Donald Trump told the National Prayer Breakfast.
A retired high-ranking Vatican diplomat weighs in on North Korea, migration in the U.S., and Laudato si.
The U.S. Catholic bishops labeled the decision by the Trump administration to end Temporary Protected Status to El Salvadorans as heartbreaking.
In a tweet, Vice President Mike Pence said his meeting with Archbishop Bashar Matti Warda was an “(i)mportant dialogue…about (President Trump’s) commitment to directly assist persecuted Christians & religious minorities in Iraq.”
Approaching the one-year anniversary of being elevated to cardinals in the U.S. Church, Archbishops Blase Cupich of Chicago and Joe Tobin of Newark are working to build a “culture of encounter” in a divided country. In an interview with Crux, Tobin and Cupich discuss the challenges facing the U.S. on immigration, social media warfare, and the rise of polarization within the Church and the country.