- Mar 27, 2020
Israel’s second largest annual Christian gathering became a vehicle to pray for peace as tensions between Israel and Palestinians living in Gaza intensified.
Cardinal Luis Antonio Tagle of Manila warned against fanaticism in his homily during a Mass to usher in the feast of the Black Nazarene Jan. 9.
A mammoth crowd of mostly barefoot Filipino Catholics joined a raucous procession Wednesday of a centuries-old black statue of Jesus Christ despite terrorism fears and amid the president’s attacks on the Catholic faith.
Christians must still proclaim the Gospel, even in the face of the current scandals and cover-ups, according to the Archbishop of Liverpool.
Holy Week got off to a bumpy start this year in one part of India when Father Thomas Rajamanikam of St. Joseph’s Church in Indore rode a donkey in the annual Palm Sunday procession.
Hundreds of Bolivians held a pilgrimage Thursday to protest an artist’s rendition of their patron saint wearing red underwear and black stockings.