Shia LaBeouf Stars in ‘Padre Pio’ Film to Be Released June 2
Praying for Pope Francis
The Astonishing Power of One Hail Mary
Pope Francis’ Health: Here’s a Timeline of His Medical Issues in Recent Years
‘Caritas in Veritate,’ ‘Fratelli Tutti’ and the Current Banking Turmoil
Catholic University of America Professor Pushes Back Against ‘Conversion Therapy’ Studies
Lent, Fasting and the Rise of the Occult (March 25)
Vatican: ‘Doctrine of Discovery’ is Not Catholic Teaching
According to the statement, in recent years, a renewed dialogue with indigenous peoples, including Catholic indigenous, has helped the Church to better understand their values, cultures, as well as past and present sufferings.
Jesuits in Mexico Issue Statement on the Death of Alleged Murderer of Two Priests
On June 22, 2022, in the Sierra Tarahumara, in the Mexican state of Chihuahua, two laymen and Jesuit priests were murdered in a church in the town of Cerocahui.
Arrest Made in Firebombing of Pro-Life Organization Thanks to DNA Found on Burrito
Hridindu Sankar Roychowdhury, 29, was arrested in Boston on Tuesday and charged with one count of attempting to cause damage by means of fire or an explosive. If convicted, he could be sentenced to 20 years in prison.
BREAKING: Pope Francis Is Hospitalized With a Respiratory Infection, Vatican Says
Pope Francis will be hospitalized for ‘some days,’ according to the Holy See Press Office director.
Report Finds 28 Credible Child Sex-Abuse Claims of Georgia Priests in Last 70 Years
The report noted that its intent is to raise awareness of child sex abuse and provide information to the public and healing to the victims.
Abuse-Prevention Expert Leaves Vatican Commission for Protection of Minors, Citing Concerns
Jesuit Father Hans Zollner, an internationally renowned expert in protecting children and vulnerable adults from clerical sex abuse, has resigned from his position on the Vatican’s safeguarding commission.