The wordlessness of the film draws the viewer deeply into the drama of life on the prairie
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In a telegram sent Dec. 10, the Holy Father said that he prays for the eternal rest of the deceased and expressed his deep sorrow to the families of the victims.
The most frequent head of state to visit Pope Francis during his pontificate, Merkel and Francis both have a high regard for each other and agree on a number of political issues.
“Yes, I was a victim during the earthquake, and I can tell you that to see something falling all around you is something quite breathtaking. And to escape … is another miracle,” Cardinal Langlois said.
After a lower court on Aug. 14 ordered the Biden administration to reinstate the “Remain in Mexico” policy, the Supreme Court on Tuesday evening refused to grant a stay of that ruling in Biden v. Texas, allowing the order to go into effect.
The bishop of El Paso said the Church must work with the administration on issues that overlap with Church teaching.
In a press release from the diocese, Bishop Christopher Coyne of Burlington said that this situation was “completely unexpected” and prompted “a significant number” of priest transfers to help fill parish vacancies.
U.S. efforts to tamp down migration to the southern border by strengthening Central American countries will have to overcome corruption and bad governance.
On EWTN News In Depth, host Montse Alvarado talks to experts about what’s behind a surge of migrants and refugees at the U.S.-Mexico border and examines the impact of the pandemic on women in the workforce.