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VATICAN CITY – The reform of the Leadership Conference of Women Religious will offer the sisters and their bishops an opportunity to work together more closely, said the archbishop who will oversee the reform.
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RED DEER – A year into her two-year term as president of the Edmonton Diocesan Council of the Catholic Women's League, Gladys Brown seems remarkably relaxed, although she admits to been busier than expected.
Growing up in Vietnam, Father Huy Nguyen, was one of 13 children, 10 of whom were girls. He always looked forward to Mass because he could socialize afterwards with other boys. He felt so good being at church that he was in no hurry to return home.
When Montreal Archbishop Christian Lépine is installed April 27 in Canada's second largest diocese, the event inaugurates a new era for the Quebec episcopacy.
Let me begin by saying how proud and happy I am to be standing before you today to speak about the beauty of the moral life. Not only does the subject appeal to me for its importance in our lives but also for the timing of this presentation.
The Catholic Church has done more than any other organization in the world to establish protocols and policies to prevent sexual abuse, says Sister Nuala Kenny.
Pope Benedict's 85th birthday, April 16, and the seventh anniversary of his election, April 19, were obviously occasions for wishing the pope well and reflecting on the events of his reign thus far.
CAMROSE – Until Dr. Nancy Kehoe came on the scene, few people had thought to ask mental health patients about their spiritual lives. Nor had they done well asking aging residents in care facilities about their ongoing spirituality.
BRONX, N.Y. - The language used in the new translation of the Mass has evoked a variety of responses, from highly enthusiastic to deeply distressed, according to speakers at an April 16 symposium.
VATICAN CITY – While the text of the Bible is fixed, the same Holy Spirit that inspired its writing continues to inspire its proclamation and interpretation in the church, Pope Benedict said.