People wait in line to enter the cathedral of Bogota, Colombia.
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Five former U.S. ambassadors to the Vatican have endorsed Mitt Romney in his campaign to win the Republican nomination for the presidency.
Mexican human rights groups and the migration ministry of the Mexican bishops' conference have expressed outrage at the attorney general's office for pursuing anonymous criminal complaints against a priest who provided material and spiritual support to a group of displaced Guatemalans.
A select group of young international designers will submit innovative mock-ups of what an eco-friendly popemobile should look like.
A Rockford, Ill., abortion clinic that opened in 1973 has closed its doors for good.
Pope Benedict said Christians of all denominations should come to agreement on ethical matters, especially regarding human life, family and sexuality.
A calligrapher paints while waiting for customers on a street in Hanoi.
Bishop Colin Campbell, bishop emeritus of Antigonish, died Jan. 17.
A Philadelphia hospital's alleged refusal to provide a kidney transplant to a mentally disabled three-year-old is yet another example of the harm legalized abortion is causing in the U.S., says Philadelphia Archbishop Charles Chaput.
The Canadian Conference of Catholic Bishops has launched a new webpage on its www.cccb.ca site that traces the relationship of the Catholic Church in Canada with indigenous peoples.