South of the US border, nations have struggled to cope with the consequences of the pandemic.
‘To me, this about the Church being alive,’ one Catholic beneficiary of local relief initiatives told the Register.
The U.S. has an assortment of laws on what is legal for mental-health professionals with regards to counseling transgender patients, leaving some Catholic professionals at risk of punishment if they don’t support ‘gender transition.’
Diana Durantel discusses her craft and her calling.
Many parishioners at St. Joseph’s Church remain missing following the collapse, which has devastated the local Catholic community and the rest of South Florida.
Pro-life advocates at the United Nations warn that, as during previous Democratic administrations, a Biden presidency would work aggressively to advance the abortion lobby’s international goals.
Residents discuss the hardships they are facing, in the wake of the worst natural disaster to strike their central American nation in a generation.
Three men who are striving to live out the Church’s authentic teachings on sexuality explain why the controversy is so damaging for them.
Although the Category 4 hurricane left sustainable damage, the Lake Charles Catholic community are counting their blessings, already helping residents rebuild.
Those who knew the soon-to-be ‘blessed’ recall the sanctity of the young man who loved computers and Jesus.