‘My faith remains something that’s consistent and something I can always rely on,’ the quadruple-gold medalist in Rio tells the Register.
Already revitalized by World Youth Day 2013, the Archdiocese of Rio de Janeiro is drawing on its experiences from that event to assist with bearing witness to Christ at this month’s Olympics.
Dr. Bennet Omalu’s determination to learn what caused Mike Webster’s premature death has borne fruit, in the discovery of a widespread incidence of serious brain damage among former NFL players.
NEWS ANALYSIS: The world's second-largest Catholic country is plagued by drug-related violence but also a strong current of anticlericalism.
Incumbent Dilma Rousseff and challenger Aécio Neves shy from controversy, after a third candidate’s campaign collapsed following a flip-flop on same-sex ‘marriage.’
The town named after Christmas played a part in World War II and later welcomed St. John Paul II.
A return trip to a popular Rio shanty town reveals a stronger, more educated Catholic presence, thanks to WYD 2013 and new pastoral involvement.