- May 12, 2021
Thousands of children in Argentina haven’t attended school for over 18 months due to the COVID-19 pandemic, and parents are asking Pope Francis to lobby on their behalf during a meeting with President Alberto Fernandez on Thursday.
A Catholic nun has asked a court in India to stop the release of a film due to its “blasphemous” content, claiming it would hurt the religious sentiments of Christians in the country.
May 13, 1981 was a busy day – like any other – for St. John Paul II. The Institute for Marriage and Family has been established, and the pontiff had received French doctor and geneticist Jerome Lejeune.
In a new interview book, the head of the Jesuits acknowledged that he “cries” for what is happening in his home country, Venezuela.
“We are facing a genocide in every aspect of life,” Uyghur journalist and activist Gulchehra Hoja told the event. “I speak for my mother, my father, my brother, and the millions desperate to be safe.”
A new film chronicles the contribution and influence of 20th century theologian Rabbi Abraham Joshua Heschel.
Read in English ROSARIO, Argentina – En una entrevista que le hicieron en el 2015, el Papa Francisco contó un viejo chiste sobre su país de origen: “¿Sabés cómo se suicida un argentino? Se sube a su ego y salta.” Sin embargo, el pontífice dejó de lado una segunda parte
Not that anyone who’s been on the Crux site today needs me to point this out, but we’ve got a new look. Most notably, we’re now featuring five lead items rather than three in order to expand the range of important stories immediately available when readers come on the site.