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Catholic News Agency
On Monday, the governor said that “Private and parochial schools deserve the same opportunity and flexibility to make reopening decisions based on public health guidelines."
Blogs
Mary Harrell
I’m one of the many mothers who is reluctantly, for the first time ever, putting a toe in the waters of home schooling this fall.
Vatican
Hannah Brockhaus/CNA
Pope Benedict's biographer Peter Seewald told PNP the former pope has been "very frail" since his return from visiting his older brother, Msgr. Georg Ratzinger, in Bavaria in June. Georg Ratzinger died July 1.
Blogs
Edward Pentin
Father George Woodall highlighted several aspects of the document, including what he called its ‘rambling’ text and ‘vague, superficial and generic’ moral principles.
Nation
Kevin J. Jones/CNA
The San Diego-based Children of the Immaculate Heart, which has served adult victims of human trafficking since 2013, had aimed to open a house for girls age 12-17 who had been victims of human trafficking.
World
Catholic News Agency
On the night of July 28-29, activists dressed in black attached a rainbow flag to the statue’s arm and a scarf with an anarchist symbol across Christ’s face, leaving behind a card containing their LGBT rights manifesto
Vatican
Catholic News Agency
The article, written by the philosopher Stefano Fontana, said that the document did not contain a single “explicit or implicit reference to God.”
Vatican
Hannah Brockhaus/CNA
German journalist said despite his illness, Pope Benedict was optimistic and stated he might take up writing again if his strength returns.
Nation
Jim Graves
Church leaders offer an inspiring lineup at the virtual event planned for mid-August.
Vatican
Catholic News Agency
The Holy Father reassured the faithful on Sunday: ‘Dear brothers and sisters in Nicaragua, I am near you and am praying for you.’
The Editors
EDITORIAL: Two years after the former cardinal’s sexual predilections were revealed, the Vatican still hasn’t released its report.
Grazie Pozo Christie and Maureen Ferguson
COMMENTARY: Planned Parenthood’s past, it turns out, is its present and, most likely, its future.
Peter Jesserer Smith
NEWS ANALYSIS: A new report from Aid to the Church in Need makes clear Christians need to see fundamental changes now to start thriving and to stem their continuing departure from their homeland.