"Today we are compelled to speak up for our brothers and sisters in the Middle East," said Supreme Knight Carl Anderson at the 133rd Supreme Convention of the Knights of Columbus in Philadelphia Aug. 4-6.
The Archdiocese of Milwaukee has reached a $21 million settlement with abuse survivors, according to an Aug. 4 announcement.
"I don't think he's coming to the United States to antagonize, to criticize, to call out people," said ambassador Ken Hackett Aug. 4. "I think he's coming to shore up."
Catholics who have divorced and are civilly remarried "are not, in fact, excommunicated . . . and they absolutely must not be treated as if they were," Pope Francis said.
Meeting the needs of the African-American population in Montgomery and its environs has been one of the chief aims of St. Jude since its founding in the 1930s, when Jim Crow laws were the order…
Although visiting the prisoner was mentioned in one of Jesus' parables, only a very hardy few — ordained and laity alike — do so.
"The work of the sisters is very inspiring," Sanat Kumar Basnet said. "I want my son to have the spirit of social service from here."
El papa Francisco sabe que las familias están compuestas de personas reales que viven en la realidad del mundo.
Trusting in God's infinite mercy, people should not be afraid or embarrassed to go to confession, Pope Francis said.
A federal judge ruled July 24 that the government's immigrant family detention system violates a settlement agreement dating to 1997 over how juveniles in the custody of the immigration agency are treated.