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September 9, 2014

Archdiocese of Philadelphia Releases Official Prayer and Image for World Meeting of Families

Pope Francis is expected to attend the World Meeting of Families, set for Sept. 22-27, 2015.

September 9, 2014

Papal-Blessing Proceeds Will Soon Go to Poor — Not Shopkeepers

Tha papal almoner said the Vatican will directly handle the certificates starting in January 2015.

September 8, 2014

Church Serves Women ‘the Rest of the World Has Left Behind’

‘Anyone who thinks that the Catholic Church doesn’t support women doesn’t know much about the Church,’ an executive from Catholic Relief Services said.

September 8, 2014

Pope Francis Pursues a Thaw in Relations With China

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September 8, 2014

Supreme Court Asked to Defend Seal of Confession in La. Case

In May, the Louisiana Supreme Court ruled that the seal of confession did not shield a priest from mandatory-reporting laws.



September 5, 2014

Obama Administration Drops Appeals in Three Mandate Cases

According to Alliance Defending Freedom, the U.S. Department of Justice dropped its appeals in The Seneca Hardwood Lumber Company v. Burwell, Armstrong v. Burwell and Briscoe v. Burwell cases.

September 4, 2014

Indians in Holy Land Gather to Celebrate Nativity of Mary

‘The celebration of the birth of Blessed Virgin Mary has a special relevance in the modern world, as it binds the migrant community together,’ said Franciscan Father Tojy Jose.

September 3, 2014

Pope Francis’ ‘Match for Peace’ Brims With Positive Message

International soccer players of many faiths gathered in Rome to join the Holy Father in solidarity against hate.

September 3, 2014

Archbishop: Terror Recruitment Linked to Europe Failing Its Youth

Archbishop Silvano Tomasi told a Rimini, Italy, gathering last month, ‘As people grow up, they want to change things … and if some of these values are not provided, are not concretely realized, then the temptation to look for some other solution becomes very strong.’

September 2, 2014

Jerusalem Priest: Israel and Palestine Must See the Humanity in the Other

In the wake of the latest cease-fire, Jesuit Father David Neuhaus said the great task of Israelis and Palestinians is learning to view each other as neighbors rather than enemies.

September 2, 2014

Interfaith Women’s Group Begs U.N. to Aid Middle-East Victims of Violence

Members of the Council for Interfaith Dialogue in the Archdiocese of Lahore, Pakistan, gathered Aug. 26 for a prayer service.

September 2, 2014

Pope Francis: Learn From Jesus' Rebuke of Peter

In his Sunday Angelus, the Holy Father exhorted the faithful to change the world through their faith.

August 29, 2014

Ambassador: ‘Francis Syndrome’ Provides Spark to Korean People

Thomas Han, former ambassador to the Holy See, said the Asian people were inspired to follow the Pope’s humble example.

August 28, 2014

Australian Catholic Youth Festival Set for Adelaide in 2015

The theme of the Dec. 3-5 event is ‘Blessed are the pure in heart, for they shall see God.’

August 28, 2014

Muslim Scholar: ‘A Reform for the Islamic World Is Needed’

Professor of Arabic language Wael Farouq decried the violence perpetrated by Islamic fundamentalists in Iraq, saying, ‘Islamic practice today needs a deep reform to the conception of every Muslim that violence is against the principles of our religion.'

August 27, 2014

Chilean Lawmakers Urge President to Denounce Iraqi Violence

Congressman Felipe De Mussy said, although ‘we may be hundreds of kilometers away, we have to take this on and clearly, firmly reject it.’

August 27, 2014

Papal Envoy: We Must See the Humanity of Each Iraqi Refugee

Cardinal Fernando Filoni gave Pope Francis a firsthand account of the desperate plight of a populace uprooted by Muslim radicals.

August 26, 2014

Battle to Halt Ebola Epidemic Needs Concerted Effort, Vatican Adviser Says

Catholic organizations are ‘very active,’ Msgr. Robert Vitillo said, but there is no structured international network of volunteers.

August 26, 2014

Vatican: Disgraced Papal Nuncio Not Immune to Civil Prosecution

In an Aug. 25 statement, the Vatican said that the former nuncio may ‘be subjected to judicial procedures from the courts that could have specific jurisdiction over him.’

August 25, 2014

St. Louis Archbishop: The Issue Is Bigger Than Ferguson, America

Without the love of Jesus Christ changing hearts in society, ‘Tragedies and chaos will occur again and again.’

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