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More than three dozen U.S. and British faith-based investment firms have banded together to get the Summer Olympics' major sponsors and tourist hotels to sign a pledge saying they will work to stop human trafficking around the Olympic Games.
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Franciscan University in Steubenville, Ohio, is discontinuing its student health insurance plan in the upcoming school year in opposition to the Obama administration's mandate requiring most religious employers to provide no-cost contraceptive and sterilization coverage in its health insurance plans.
The Archdiocese of Washington issued a statement May 15 strongly criticizing Georgetown University for selecting Health and Human Services Secretary Kathleen Sebelius as a featured speaker at an awards ceremony during its commencement week ceremonies.
The Vatican and the Italian fashion house Benetton reached an out-of-court settlement after the Vatican took legal action against an ad campaign that depicted Pope Benedict kissing a Muslim leader.
Ten years after a historic papal response to clerical sex abuse, the Vatican urged priests to strive for greater holiness in their lives so they might effectively minister to others and reverse the tide of atheism.
Former British Prime Minister Tony Blair made an impassioned defence of religion, saying the world would be heading for tragedy and disaster without faith.
Constantinos Polychronopoulos, 47, an unemployed marketing specialist, distributes food portions at a soup kitchen for the poor in Athens, Greece.
Sisters in the U.S. are enduring a difficult and shameful cross. The Vatican Congregation for Doctrine of Faith has ordered the Leadership Conference of Women Religious to reform its statutes and programs to adhere more closely to the discipline of the Church.
I would like to thank St. Michael-Resurrection Parish for the effort and risk they took in bringing to us in Edmonton a world class speaker of the calibre of Dr. Richard Gaillardetz.
Catholics have an obligation to oppose unjust laws even if it means making heroic sacrifices, say Canada's Catholic bishops.