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The Catholic Church in the Kerala state of India has adopted a new conservation policy to help fight a “looming environment crisis.”
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The new evangelization calls for using new forms of media to reach people in their daily lives, said the chairman of the U.S. bishops’ Committee on Communications.
The Vatican is in line to control the new Internet address extension “.catholic” and decide who is allowed to use it.
Bishop Tod Brown of Orange, Calif., said June 9 that Christ Cathedral is the new name of the former Crystal Cathedral, now owned by the diocese and once home to the ministries of the Rev. Robert Schuller.
People gather near the damaged Shalom Church in Kaduna, Nigeria, June 17.
The Church in Ireland is on the path to renewal, Church leaders told pilgrims at the opening Mass of the International Eucharistic Congress June 10.
The WCR and the Edmonton Archdiocese have decided to suspend publication of the annual Alberta Catholic Directory for one year pending a full study of its costs and benefits, user needs and alternative methods of delivery.
In spite of persecution under the Soviet Union, the Ukrainian Catholic Church has grown exponentially in the past two decades and now has more than six million adherents worldwide.
TORONTO – Catholic schools will remain welcoming places for all students in full accord with the Accepting Schools Act and Catholic teaching and tradition, Cardinal Thomas Collins said in a June 5 statement.
TORONTO – The Ontario government respects the constitutional rights of Catholic education and is committed to its continuation, said Education Minister Laurel Broten.