Ida, a Category-4 storm with maximum sustained winds of 150 mph, made landfall in Southeast Louisiana on Aug. 29 exactly 16 years after Hurricane Katrina.
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COMMENTARY: The issue is as old as colonialism.
A snapshot of the small but vital and growing Church, in one of the most secularized countries in the West.
COMMENTARY: The faithful require — and deserve — something more tangible than the online Mass.
Becerra’s record in California shows that he, perhaps more than any other state attorney general, has been willing to wield the power of the state to enforce pro-abortion policies against religious and pro-life groups.
Fides, the information service of the Pontifical Mission Societies since 1927, presents the statistics annually ahead of World Mission Sunday, which takes place this Sunday, Oct. 18.
Fleeing the flames, clergy and laity join forces to help.
Ater media reports about the proposed new curriculum, Fr. Christopher de Souza wrote that “the curriculum does not teach gender theory or gender studies or associated material,” and that it “does not teach students anything that is contrary to the Catholic faith.”