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‘Mass of a Lifetime’ reminds elderly ‘their community has not forgotten them’

“Twenty-nine days a month I watch Catholic Mass on this iPad of mine and one day per month, we get to have a weekday Mass here at the residence.” These […]

UK-Based Catholic Aid Agency Welcomes Court Ruling against Rwandan Asylum Plan

The development and humanitarian arm of the Catholic Bishops of England and Wales, the Catholic Agency for Overseas Development (CAFOD), has welcomed the United Kingdom’s (UK) Supreme Court ruling against […]

Reporting Half Truth on Environmental Degradation Is to Ignore the Poor’s Suffering

Vatican official at the launch of Pan-African Refresher Program on integral ecology in Kampala, Uganda, has raised concern that media practitioners are not reporting adequately about environmental awareness because of […]

Catholics gather in Jerusalem for a prayer vigil for peace

Catholics in Jerusalem gathered for a prayer vigil on Thursday, Nov. 9, to implore from God the gift of peace for their land and also to affirm that they are […]

Church in Jerusalem welcomes new consecrated member

On the 25th day of the ongoing conflict between Israel and Hamas, the Church in Jerusalem welcomed a new consecrated member into its fold. María Ruiz Rodríguez made her consecration […]

Vatican puts 35 Catholic ‘martyrs of Kandhamal’ in India on road to sainthood

The Church in India has welcomed the news that the Vatican will initiate the beatification process for the 35 Catholic martyrs of Kandhamal who were killed in the 2008 Christian […]

EU leaders to call for humanitarian corridors in Gaza as war rages

European Union leaders are set to call for the establishment of “humanitarian corridors and pauses” to transport aid to civilians into the Gaza Strip as the war between Israel and […]

If a Synod proposal is at odds with the Gospel, ‘that’s not of the Holy Spirit’

During the Synod on Synodality, we must be careful about “blaming everything on the Holy Spirit,” Archbishop Anthony Fisher of Sydney has said, noting that if a proposal is radically […]

Tanzanian bishop describes effects of violent storm on church

St. John Paul II Rwamishenye Church in the Diocese of Bukoba in Tanzania and the parish’s rectory have been destroyed following a heavy downpour that was accompanied by strong winds […]

Catholic Relief president on aid to Gaza: Let’s ‘get it going,’ ‘take care of these people’

The president of Catholic Relief Services (CRS) this week said he was hoping for a quick reopening of border access to Gaza and deployment of aid to stricken civilians in […]