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A United Nations' committee concerned with children's rights is asking the Vatican to provide complete details about every accusation it has ever received of the sexual abuse of minors by clergy.
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God wants people to be generous and merciful, not full of condemnation toward others, Pope Francis said.
A young woman takes part in a World Youth Day countdown event along the beach in Rio de Janeiro.
Girls from the South Hebron Hills play a game at a summer camp in the West Bank village of Tuba June 28.
The French Jesuit Henri de Lubac was, without a doubt, one of the most influential theologians of the 20th century and at the Second Vatican Council.
It's nearly 12,000 km from Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam, to Edmonton. But Cay Pham made that journey so she could be present at the July 5 priestly ordination of her son Father Luan Vu, an ordination that was the culmination of his own incredible journey.
In Madagascar, your family may have lived on its land for centuries but unless you have a legal title to that land, a Canadian mining company or a rich Malagasy can buy that property and chase you off it.
HIGH RIVER – June 20 started as a normal day for many citizens in High River, including Father Edward Hospet, pastor of St. Francis de Sales Parish.
After six years on the Edmonton Catholic board of trustees representing Ward 71 in northwest Edmonton, Becky Kallal is calling it quits.
Many people today live disjointed, distracted lives that are an escape from the real world of the here and now, says an Ottawa Ukrainian Catholic priest.