Pope Francis used a quartet of trios to launch the first phase of the synod on synodality, local meetings preparing for the regional, national, continental and hemispheric meetings that will lead up to the synod of bishops in October 2023. On Saturday, in an address
On August 4, 2020, a warehouse of ammonium nitrate exploded in the port of Beirut, Lebanon. Hundreds were killed and thousands more were injured. An estimated 300,000 people were left homeless. Protests have been ongoing in Lebanon for years now. After the explosion, the leadership
Protestant and Catholic worshippers in Germany defied Church teaching on Sunday by taking part in each other’s celebration of the Lord’s Supper at an Ecumenical Convention in Frankfurt. In four services in the city, Catholics were invited to take part in an Evangelical Supper with
A religious sister in northern Burma knelt before police on Monday, begging them not to use violent force against protestors. In avideo, Sr. Ann Rose Nu Tawng, a member of the Sisters of St. Francis Xavier, can be seen speaking March 8 to two kneeling
It’s been just over ten years since the end of St. John Paul II’s earthly mission and his legacy lives on. Marybeth Bonacci is here with a look into the relevance of John Paul II masterpiece the Theology of the Body, both today and into
In part nine of our ten part series we sit down with Brad Schmidt, a youth minister at a local Catholic parish, to discuss the ease of access to pornography on Google. Brad actually walks us through how easy it is to find pornography on
For the editor of Charlie Hebdo to dishonor the deaths of his former employees is itself tragic. They were murdered not by Hindus or Buddhists, or Catholics or Protestants. Whatever faults such religious groups presently embody, calling for the death of those who insult their
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