Discrimination against Religion Has Become ‘Fashionable' Says Pence

Christians should prepare to be persecuted for their beliefs, Vice President Mike Pence told graduates during a commencement address at Liberty University on Saturday. ...

May 22, 2019

South African Bishops: New President Must Tackle Corruption, Poverty

In the wake of President Cyril Ramaphosa's successful reelection bid last week, South Africa's Catholic bishops are applauding the country's efforts to hold a free and ...

May 22, 2019

Woman Who Served Brazil's Poorest to Be Canonized

By Hannah Brockhaus Pope Francis Tuesday gave his approval for eight sainthood causes to proceed, including that o ...

May 21, 2019

What an Italian Bishop Saw At His First Exorcism

Archbishop Erio Castellucci has a response to those who think the devil is not real: “they're mistaken.” “All you ...

May 21, 2019

To Promote Peace, Ghana's Chief Muslim Cleric Goes to Mass

As part of his efforts to increase interreligious peace, Ghana's chief imam attended Easter Mass ahead of his 100th birthday celebration. ...

May 21, 2019

Deacon Drake: From Pentecostal Preacher to Catholic Priest

By Mary Rezac Deacon Drake McCalister is many things that most men about to become Catholic priests are not. ...

May 21, 2019

Christian pastor in India acquitted of anti-conversion charges

Bhopal, India, May 7, 2019 / 04:18 pm (CNA).- A Protestant pastor in the central Indian state of Madhya Pradesh has been acquitted of charges held against him under Ind ...

May 15, 2019

Dominican priest: California Confession Bill threatens all religions

If California moves forward with its proposed law trying to force priests to violate the seal of Confession, it is not just Catholicism but all religions that will suff ...

May 14, 2019

Bodies were everywhere': Sri Lanka Priests Recount the Horror of Easter Attacks

By Mary Rezac As Fr. Eranga De-Silva finished celebrating Easter Sunday Mass at his parish in Sri Lanka, he notice ...

May 14, 2019

Nicaraguan Bishops Lament Continued Suffering under Ortega

The Nicaraguan bishops lamented Wednesday that “the Nicaraguan family continues to suffer,” and called for no more “repressive actions and persecution ...

May 09, 2019



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