At least 18 protesters were killed and 30 people were wounded on Sunday when police fired live rounds and used non-lethal force against the crowds, according to the UN’s human rights office.
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The cultural and political weaknesses of the Catholic Church gave rise to a common sentiment from bishops, in Maier’s phrasing: “we’re generals without armies, and the civil authorities know it.”
The four Central American countries mentioned by the bishops have been severely impacted by November hurricanes.
A Feb. 4 note from the USCCB’s Committee on Divine Worship said the correction will take effect in the dioceses of the US from Feb. 17, Ash Wednesday.
Biden issued executive orders that will require the United States to rejoin the Paris Agreement and will cancel the Keystone XL Pipeline project.
Last week, the Biden administration took its first step toward increasing federal fair housing regulations.
In his sweeping order ‘Protecting Women’s Health at Home and Abroad,’ President Biden stated his administration’s commitment to promoting women’s ‘reproductive health.’
The United States moved its embassy in Israel to Jerusalem in 2017.
COMMENTARY: Even were there an avalanche of good political news on the horizon for other parts of our social-justice agenda, here are two good reasons Catholics must insist on an end to abortion.