The life and work of a sister who helped nearly 90,000 children shows there is hope even in what appears at first to be hopeless situations.
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Vatican Awaits Developments as It Investigates Cardinal Rodriguez Maradiaga and Honduras’ Catholic University
Questions have been raised about the attempt to transfer ownership of the university from the local Church to a foundation headed by the rector, ahead of the cardinal’s impending retirement.
U.S. efforts to tamp down migration to the southern border by strengthening Central American countries will have to overcome corruption and bad governance.
Temporary protection status extensions were also granted this week to nationals of El Salvador, Haiti, Nepal, and Sudan.
Residents discuss the hardships they are facing, in the wake of the worst natural disaster to strike their central American nation in a generation.
Cardinal Oscar Rodriguez Maradiaga was once close friends with Martha Alegria Reichmann, author of the Spanish-language Traiciones Sagradas (Sacred Betrayal).
But to date, Cardinal Maradiaga has not responded publicly to the allegations regarding his archdiocesan seminary.
The widow of the former Honduran ambassador to the Holy See says her motive for going public is simply to seek ‘justice.’
The federal government is rounding up women and children who fled the drug and gang violence to return them to their home countries.