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Report: Children living in the shadow of war

A new report commissioned by an international children's charity has revealed that 420 million children, or nearly one in five worldwide, lived ...

A look ahead at this week's Vatican sex abuse meeting

The Vatican has released the schedule, speakers, and a new website for this week's much-anticipated sex abuse summit, which will focus on episcopal ...

Prayer to Jesus Before the Blessed Sacrament: Prayer of the Day for Tuesday, February 19, 2019

Jesus, each time I look at the sacred Host, sancify my eyes, that they may close more and more to all that is merely earthly. Jesus, ...

Assisted suicide threatens the entire medical profession, Maryland doctor warns

Assisted suicide contradicts the foundations of medical ethics, violates the basic standards of medical care, and threatens people who most need the ...

Religious superiors voice shame over child abuse failings

Superiors general of men's and women's religious communities expressed sorrow Tuesday for sexual abuse committed within religious congregations and ...

Bishops ask Supreme Court to hear case on racism in death sentencing

Three U.S. bishops have called on the Supreme Court to take up the case of a death row inmate in Georgia whose sentence may have been prejudiced by ...

With Nigerian elections postponed, Catholic leaders stress peace

Catholic leaders have voiced disappointment at a last-minute delay in Nigerian elections, but called for Christians to remain peaceful and ...

Vatican restores priestly faculties to Ernesto Cardenal

Pope Francis has restored priestly faculties to 94-year-old Fr. Ernesto Cardenal, who had been suspended a divinis in 1984 for holding a cabinet ...

Canonization causes open for Italian mother, religious sister

The Vatican has announced the opening of canonization causes for two contemporary women, both of whom died in the 21st century. One, Enrica Onorante ...

Report: Children living in the shadow of war

A new report commissioned by an international children's charity has revealed that 420 million children, or nearly one in five worldwide, lived ...