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Priest in Mexico Saves Three Children After Gang Violence Leaves One Dead and Church Shot Up
A priest rescued three abandoned children in a Mexican town following a gang confrontation that left one dead and a Catholic church riddled with bullets.
Six Jesuits Reportedly Under Investigation for Cover-Up of Sexual Abuse in Bolivia
However, it hasn’t been determined whether these religious are part of the group of eight former provincial superiors who were suspended by the order at the beginning of May as part of the internal investigations of the order.
Dictatorship in Nicaragua Withholds More Than $500,000 Donated by CRS to the Church
The money, the news outlet said, was the remainder of a donation that CRS had earmarked for the construction of a hospital.
Brutal Attack Does Not Keep Two Baltimore Pro-Life Advocates From Their Work
‘I’m not well,’ Crosby said. ‘but I’m better off than a baby that’s been butchered.’
Vatican: Pope Francis Out of Surgery, Recovering in Hospital
Cardinal Pietro Parolin told journalists that he expects Pope Francis will continue to work from his hospital bed as he recovers.
Pope Francis’ Appointments Canceled Until June 18, Italian Diocese Says
Bishop Lorenzo Leuzzi invited Catholics to unite in prayer for Pope Francis, especially on the Solemnity of Corpus Christi, which will be celebrated on Sunday.