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Ukrainian American deacon urges prayers for Ukraine in winter months

ST. LOUIS (CNS) — Ukrainian Americans and newly arrived Ukrainian immigrants in the Midwest spent...

Bishop Barron disappointed by Senate passage of Respect for Marriage Act

WASHINGTON (CNS) — The chairman of the U.S. bishops’ Committee on Laity, Marriage, Family Life...

Pope to travel to Congo, make ecumenical peace pilgrimage to South Sudan

VATICAN CITY (CNS) — After postponing his trip last July, Pope Francis has rescheduled for...

Pope Francis closes 2022 with this intention for which he asks the whole Church to pray

Commitment and “working with the people”: for Francis, “being a volunteer who helps others is a choice that makes us free; it opens us to other people’s needs.”

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USA: Bishop Barron responds to LGBT bill passed by Senate

The bill will also heighten the threats to religious liberty that have persisted after the Supreme Court’s Obergefell decision of 2015.

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Pope Francis: New date confirmed for historic Ecumenical Peace Pilgrimage to South Sudan adn Congo

The long-awaited visit was due to take place in July of this year, but was postponed after the Vatican announced that Pope Francis would not be able to travel on advice from his doctors.

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Church urged to focus on African teens coming of age with HIV

NAIROBI, Kenya (CNS) — As the international community marked World AIDS Day Dec. 1, some...

USCCB committee decries rising antisemitism in U.S.

WASHINGTON (CNS) — Saying they are outraged by growing “antisemitic rhetoric” across the country, members...

New Orleans archbishop prays for murdered priest, missing worker

WASHINGTON (CNS) — The head of the Archdiocese of New Orleans spoke of horror and...

Half a Million Catholics at Risk of Imminent Schism Due to the Liturgy

Seven months after the coming into force of the new Liturgy approved by the Catholic Siro-Malabar Synod, 460 priests and at least half a million Catholics demand that the liturgical form prior to the approved reform be considered a “liturgical variant.” 

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