The words of Jeremiah 1:5 — “Before I formed you in the womb I knew you, before you were born I dedicated you” — are written on the bells beneath the image of the ultrasound.
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The soup kitchen run by Father Malavé currently offers meals to over 550 people Monday through Friday.
The Associated Press coverage of the resignations said Pope Francis had sacked “the leadership of the Ecuadorian diocese amid complaints” and in response to allegations of bad governance and moral failures.
Abortion is illegal in Ecuador, except when continued pregnancy threatens the life and health of a woman.
Church leaders in Derry, Northern Ireland, describe how the Irish nun’s life and death has impacted the tight-knit local Catholic community.
The amazing preservation of the statue of Our Lady of Light has given comfort to the Latin American nation where hundreds have been killed by one of the worst earthquakes in living memory.
Sister Clare Crockett, an Irish religious sister, has a beautiful vocation story, according to EWTN. Sister Clare was the voice of “Lucy” on the long-running EWTN children’s television series Hi Lucy.
NEWS ANALYSIS: But the Holy Father made it clear during last week’s trip that he will bring a challenging moral and economic message to the U.S. this fall.
The Holy Father explained his words were a call for prayer ‘that the Lord would purify us from the crises’ among families, such as are described in the working document for the Oct. 4-25 synod.
‘You do not convince people with arguments, strategies or tactics,’ the Holy Father said on July 12. ‘You convince them by learning how to welcome them.’