“Peace seems so far away,” he said, “but we continue to pray and to keep our national leaders aware of the plight of the innocent in Ukraine.”
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Since Before the Witness of St. Peter Claver to Today, the Catholic Church Has a Long, and Often Overlooked, History Opposing Slavery
COMMENTARY: No other institution has so consistently opposed slavery for so long as has the Church. And it still does.
“We’re very excited as the building of this church has been 10 years in the making,” said Father Chris Smith, outgoing St. Mary’s associate pastor and a 2010 “Aggie” graduate.
While North and South America claim 48% of the world’s Catholics, the two continents only have 29% of the world’s priests.
COMMENTARY: Servant of God Luigi Giussani can help us see that the road past ecclesial division does not go through some sort of political compromise, but through a deeper awareness of the heart of our faith.
COMMENTARY: The argument from fruits isn’t a very useful one when someone really disagrees with you.
COMMENTARY: The Church we see mixes Divine and human, and the human beings in it show themselves to be very human indeed.
Parishioners were saddened and grieved at the news of the Holy Eucharist and tabernacle being stolen.
Latvia is recieving refugees from Ukraine as a result of his discussion with Pope Francis, the foreign minister said.