Archbishop Gregory offered the Mass on the 57th anniversary of the 1963 civil rights March on Washington.
During the third night of the Republican National Convention, the American public heard from Sister Deidre Byrne, Chinese human rights lawyer Chen Guangcheng, and Vice-President Mike Pence, among others.
On Sunday, video footage was published online showing a police officer shooting a Black man, later identified as Jacob Blake, in Kenosha late Sunday afternoon.
In a 2019 speech at the UN General Assembly, President Trump opposed the criminalization of homosexuality.
Faith leaders and Democratic public officials have been asking the party to have a say in the drafting of the platform, or at least for the party to moderate its pro-abortion platform.
As two protesters were writing “Pre-born Black Lives Matter” in chalk on the sidewalk, a police officer can be seen telling them “if you continue chalking, you’re going to be placed under arrest.”
St. Damien of Molokai was a religious priest of the Congregation of the Sacred Hearts of Jesus and Mary who spent the last 16 years of his life caring for lepers in the Hawaiian Kingdom.
Bishop James Su Zhimin of the Diocese of Baoding was arrested by Chinese authorities in 1997 and was last seen by family at a hospital in 2003 while he was in government custody.
In response to the announcement by the administration, Bishop Jaime Soto of Sacramento called the move to end DACA during the COVID-19 pandemic “irresponsible and recalcitrant.”
The connection among abortion, poverty, and racism runs deeper and wider than many in the pro-life movement are aware, panelists said, but it’s a connection that needs to be made.