A Service of EWTN
World
World
Doreen Abi Raad
For the fifth consecutive year, faithful in the region have been consecrated to the Mother of God.
World
CNA/EWTN News
A car carrying the bishop of Esteli was attacked, and pro-government forces killed two students in a parish church.
Vatican
CNA/EWTN News
Archbishop Bernardito Auza, Holy See observer to the U.N., spoke July 13 at concluding session of intergovernmental negotiations on migration.
World
Ed Condon/Catholic News Agency
Two women are attempting to overturn a ban on prayer and public discussion of abortion near a British abortion business.
World
CNA/EWTN News
Three bishops were surrounded July 9 when they tried to enter San Sebastian Basilica in Diriamba.
World
CNA/EWTN News
Legal opposition continues to gather against a new rule that requires grant applicants to affirm abortion access as a human right.
World
Christine Rousselle/CNA
One religious sister and an employee are under suspicion of selling a baby from a shelter for unwed mothers.
World
CNA/EWTN News
The archbishop of Adelaide, Philip Wilson, is likely to serve his sentence under house arrest. A judge must confirm that arrangement next month.
Vatican
Peter Jesserer Smith
The Bishop of Rome’s support is being called upon by two sides of Eastern Orthodoxy over the creation of a new independent Ukrainian Orthodox Church.
World
Catholic News Agency
When your business runs out of money and you need a miracle, who do you call? The Catholic Church, apparently.
World
Catholic News Agency
Mary McAleese has said that the baptism of infants is a form of coercion and is calling on the Church to change its practice.
World
Michael Kelly
Critics say Leo Varadkar’s announcement, that upcoming abortion legislation will allow no exemptions for institutions, violates religious freedom.
World
CNA/EWTN News
The legislation that has so far passed the Argentina House must ‘call us to a response as a Church,’ they said.
World
Catholic News Agency
Pro-life leader says response is ‘one more proof of the clear commitment that the people of Argentina have in defense of life and their rejection of legalized abortion.’
World
CNA/EWTN News
A 24-hour Rosary initiative Friday will intercede for and honor the priestly vocation. EWTN will participate live.
World
CNA/EWTN News
The negotiations were aided by a local priest and a human-rights lawyer.
Vatican
CNA/EWTN News
A May 25 letter from the Congregation for Institutes of Consecrated Life and Societies of Apostolic Life said Holy See rejected the initial appeal.
Vatican
Bishop Rudolf Voderholzer
An interview with Bishop Rudolf Voderholzer on intercommunion between Protestants and Catholics.
Vatican
Joan Frawley Desmond
NEWS ANALYSIS: Analysts urge caution, while pressing for accountability for clergy sex abuse.
World
Edward Pentin
ANALYSIS: For Archbishop Bashar Warda of Erbil, the goal now is ‘not just surviving; it’s thriving’ in their ancestral home.
World
Michael Kelly
After the referendum repealed Ireland’s ban on abortion, activists stress the need to find constructive ways to address the contemporary reality.
World
Doreen Abi Raad
More than two dozen projects throughout the country include restaurants, homes for the abandoned and vulnerable and a supermarket.
World
Hannah Brockhaus/CNA/EWTN News
Archbishop Philip Wilson is the most senior Catholic Church official to be convicted of concealing abuse.
World
Kathleen Naab
ANALYSIS: Three priests were killed there in a single week last month, confirming country’s status as most dangerous place in the world for Catholic clergy.
World
CNA/EWTN News
On May 25, voters will consider a referendum that would repeal the Irish Constitution’s Eighth Amendment, which prohibits abortion.
World
Elise Harris/CNA/EWTN News
Bishop Goić’s apology came after a program detailing misconduct accusations aired and after the bishop returned from the Chilean bishops’ meeting with Pope Francis.
Nation
Joan Frawley Desmond
Catholics and evangelicals hold different political and theological views about Israel.
Vatican
Hannah Brockhaus/CNA/EWTN News
Deadly protests along the Israel and Gaza border escalated Monday, after Israeli troops opened fire on protesting Palestinians, resulting in 58 dead and another 2,700 injured.
World
Mary Rezac/CNA/EWTN News
On May 25, Ireland will vote on retaining or repealing the Eighth Amendment that recognizes equal right to life of mother, unborn child.
World
Courtney Grogan/CNA/EWTN News
Iranian-born journalist and Catholic convert Sohrab Ahmari explains the dire situation.