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Senior Church officials in Rome, Hong Kong, and mainland China have independently confirmed to CNA that a decision to appoint Fr. Choy as Hong Kong’s next bishop has received final approval in Rome.
Catholic News Agency
The annual report from Open Doors, released Jan. 15, ranked North Korea first on its list of 50 most dangerous countries in which to be Christian, the 18th straight year that the country has received that designation.
Matt Hadro/CNA.
The regulations seek to ensure that federal government social service programs are administered in line with the First Amendment and the Religious Freedom Restoration Act, so that religious groups are not barred simply on account of their religious status.
Kevin J. Jones/CNA
Under Utah law, certain professionals including clergy, teachers, medical professionals, and law enforcement must report allegations of child abuse to authorities.
Matt Hadro/CNA.
The Vice President’s visit comes immediately after the U.S. religious freedom ambassador Sam Brownback traveled to Vatican City for the launch of the Abrahamic Faiths Initiative, held on Tuesday at the official residence of the U.S. Ambassador to the Holy See, Callista Gingrich.
Hannah Brockhaus/CNA
Antisemitic attacks and speech, especially online, are on the rise in Italy.
Christine Rousselle/CNA.
The event is scheduled to occur on Feb. 1, 2020 at St. Bede Catholic Church in Williamsburg, Virginia.
Catholic News Agency
The rescue of the tabernacle, and the Eucharist within it, took place at dawn, minutes before an aftershock left the church in ruins.
Catholic News Agency
The bill would protect adoption agencies that follow their religious convictions in declining to place children with same-sex couples.
Catholic News Agency
Preynat led a scouting camp until 1991, when parents accused him of abuse to the Lyon-Vienne archdiocese.
Patrick Reilly
Nick Sandmann’s win is a win for all of us — especially those who brave the storms and public scorn each year to attend the March for Life in Washington and nationwide.
Edward Pentin
The book’s rollout caused a backlash against Benedict appearing as co-author of the book, even though it appears the Pope Emeritus had given at least tacit prior approval for the full manuscript.
Solène Tadié
The crisis of vocations, coupled with new policies affecting female contemplative life, is changing Italy’s spiritual and cultural landscape and raising concern and indignation.
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