- Aug 6, 2020
On Nov. 11, many Canadian churches will ring their bells 100 times to mark the 100th anniversary of the end of the war.
Catholic organizations in England and Wales are hoping this weekend’s Adoremus National Eucharistic Pilgrimage and Congress in Liverpool will be an opportunity to show Catholics how to put their faith into action.
The Church needs courageous men and women like Italian Bishop Antonio Bello of Molfetta, who imitated Jesus’ closeness to the poor and the downtrodden, Pope Francis said.
For the first time in six years, Pax Christi USA has a bishop president. Bishop John Stowe of Lexington, Kentucky, has joined the national council of the Catholic peace organization.
Though disagreement may be inevitable, one can disagree without belittling the other. That seems to be getting more and more difficult in the U.S. A group of Catholic leaders have given their advice on how to act Christian in a polarized nation.
The real work ahead under a new UN treaty banning the possession of nuclear weapons is getting the world’s nuclear-weapons possessing countries and dozens more that fall under the so-called “nuclear umbrella” to take seriously the call to reduce and eventually rid the world of ballistic arsenals, according to Marie Dennis, co-president of Pax Christi International.