Jul 01, 2015 0Views: 17 BY IRENE LAMUNU Nakijoba Gorretti is a fresh...
Jul 02, 2015 0Views: 14 BY FR. LAWRENCE S. OGWANG Friends, one day after Mass, as I was taking my evening walk as usual, I was confronted with this question: “Fr. Sunday, according to the Bible, only...
Views: 56 By Elise Harris One of the most challenging scientific questions Pope Francis faces in his new encyclical on creation is that of climate change, which a source close to the document says the Pope addresses in a balanced perspective without taking sides. “The great novelty which emerges from the encyclical is that it […]
Views: 40 By Elise Harris Pope Francis said Sunday that his coming encyclical on the care of creation is not just for some, but is addressed to all, and serves as an invitation to pay more attention to environmental destruction and recovery. In his comments to pilgrims gathered in St. Peter’s Square for his June […]
Views: 53 By Elise Harris After revealing that the topic of consumerism will be a key theme in his upcoming encyclical, Pope Francis today delivered a speech condemning food waste and the indifference of states when confronted with the topic of hunger. “Statistics on waste are very concerning: a third of food products end up […]
Views: 53 By Matt Hadro The global Catholic population is growing – so quickly, in fact, that priest and parish numbers cannot keep up, says a new study on trends in the worldwide Church. And this poses a challenge: With an overall growth in the number of Catholics, especially in Africa and Asia, but not […]
Views: 69 CNA/EWTN News The value and beauty of marriage, based on the complementarity of man and woman, is lamentably being challenged by “gender ideology,” Pope Francis warned the bishops of Puerto Rico on Monday. “The complementarity of man and woman, the crown of the divine creation, is being questioned by gender ideology in the […]
Views: 69 By Adelaide Mena For most graduating college seniors, the final weeks of school focus on exams, saying goodbyes and looking to their next steps in life. But for three seniors studying architecture at The Catholic University of America, the final weeks of school presented the opportunity of a lifetime: the chance to design […]
Views: 68 By Andrea Gagliarducci During recent meetings which were held separately, both the Polish bishops and the Eastern Catholic bishops from Europe have discussed the family in view of the upcoming Synod on the Family, and are likely to uphold Catholic pastoral care for families. The bishops from Poland will be on the front […]
Jun 01, 2015 0Views: 98 By Fr. Alfred Mawadri Nothing has stopped us from...