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Mother Emilia Rivero says even though her nursing home has had problems getting water, all residents are well cared for and fed.
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Bishop Gustavo Oscar Zanchetta is under a Vatican investigation for sexual abuse of seminarians and other sexual misconduct.
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Ambassador Sam Brownback also said the U.S. backs ‘religious freedom for all.’
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He was given a six-month suspended prison sentence. The cardinal will appeal the verdict, according to The Associated Press.
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The cardinal’s appeal will be made on three points, according to the appeal document.
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International nongovernmental organizations and the country’s Catholic bishops raise their voices in protest against mob violence.
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After the revocation of his bail Wednesday, Australian prelate awaits sentencing on his conviction of five charges of sexual abuse of minors.
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Cardinal Pell is expected to be sentenced on Wednesday and is appealing the conviction.
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As the deadline draws closer for the United Kingdom’s exit from the European Union, there is as yet no political consensus.
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Newspaper purports Vatican knew about Bishop Gustavo Zanchetta before 2017 appointment to a Vatican office, which Vatican has denied.
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The disturbing issue is now part of the Church’s broader discussion about how to curb the plague of clerical abuse.
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Prelates speak out after deadly protests against Haiti’s president and the drowning deaths of at least 28 people in an illegal crossing to the Bahamas.
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Archbishop Rogelio Cabrera of Monterrey said comprehensive statistics are being compiled country-wide.
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Cardinal Walter Kasper released criticism of four-page public testimony of fellow cardinal.
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Such a visit, which featured a papal Mass and the signing of a fraternal Muslim-Catholic joint declaration condemning violence committed in the name of religion, was unthinkable until very recently.
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Twin bombings in Jolo are among the deadliest in recent years.
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Richard Williamson was convicted of incitement to hatred for comments amounting to Holocaust denial during a 2009 TV interview.
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The Holy Father said Tuesday that he had not read Nicolas Maduro’s letter, but expressed an openness to help.
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The Holy Father preached on the beatitudes at Mass in the Emirati capital Feb. 5.
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Nicolas Maduro wrote a letter to the Holy Father, Vatican Secretary of State Cardinal Pietro Parolin confirmed Monday.
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Nine German Catholics, including two prominent Jesuits, demand a break with Catholic teaching.
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Solène Tadié
NEWS ANALYSIS: What are the factors motivating the continuing anti-government protests in France?
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A petition to overturn last year’s acquittal of blasphemy charges against the Catholic wife and mother was dismissed Tuesday.
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At lease 20 Massgoers were killed in explosions and more than 100 were injured Sunday.
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Peter Jesserer Smith
The global Catholic youth event is not just a moment of encounter, but an invitation to grow in holiness, according to participants.
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Pope Francis visited inmates during his World Youth Day visit.
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Panama archbishop shared with youth the witness of saints, including Martin de Porres, Rose of Lima, Juan Diego and John Paul II.
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Recent long-form piece examine the expanding availability of euthanasia and assisted suicide to include the young and the mentally ill.
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The youth event in Panama starts today and ends Jan. 27.