An investigation is already underway into a gigantic blaze at Brazil`s two hundred years old National Museum in Rio de Janeiro, which has gutted large parts of the building, destroying priceless and irreplaceable heritage.
Archbishop Romulo Valles of Davao, the president of the Catholic Bishops’ Conference of the Philippines (CBCP) has issued a pastoral letter on the sexual and other abuses by some clerics and religious in the Church around the world.
Pope Francis during his Angelus on Sunday tells the faithful to look to the true meaning of religion which is, remaining faithful to the Word of God and being vigilant against the pollution of hypocrisy, vanity and greed.
Pope Francis invites all to pray on the fourth World Day of Prayer for the Care of Creation, September 1, and says he is thankful for the “various initiatives” planned in various places by various religious denominations.
The Australian Bishops and religious leaders respond on Thursday to the Royal Commission report, addressing victims of sexual abuse and their loved ones, the Catholic community, government and the people of Australia, saying it is a “significant step”.
Cardinal Oswald Gracias, the Archbishop of Bombay has announced that the “Green Diocese” initiative will be flagged off on September 1, the Catholic Church’s World Day of Prayer for the Care of Creation.
When a group of young people began chanting the name of their Bishop at Wednesday’s General Audience, some people thought they were chanting the name of a prominent critic of the Pope. Careful journalism reveals what really happened.
The XI International Congress “Life, Family and Religious Freedom”, taking place at the Bolivian Catholic University of St Paul in La Paz on Friday, brings together people and organizations working to protect the rights of the family.