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Roman Catholics and Greek Orthodox in the United States have collaborated on a new website to instruct Web users, primarily parents, on how youths can navigate the online world, taking advantage of its promise while steering away from its pitfalls.
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Pope Francis told members of the ordinary council of the Synod of Bishops that he was preparing to publish an encyclical on faith written “with four hands” – his own and those of Pope Benedict XVI.
The Catholic Campaign for Human Development, the U.S. bishops’ domestic anti-poverty arm, should “resist efforts that isolate Catholic-funded organizations from effective coalitions that are improving the lives of low-income citizens,” according to a new report examining threats to CCHD’s funding.
Many of the hundreds of millions of child labourers around the world work under conditions of “real slavery,” Pope Francis said.
People long for a spiritual home and Catholics expect to find it at their parish, with a pastor who provides a rich diet of spiritual food and “meets people where they are.”
Anglican Archbishop Justin Welby of Canterbury said his private conversation with Pope Francis was “very personal,” with the new leaders of the Catholic Church and of the Anglican Communion discussing how their positions have influenced their prayer lives.
A worshipper prays before a statue of St. Anthony of Padua on his feast day, June 13, at St. Anthony Shrine in Paterson, N.J.
Bob McKeon, the associate director of social justice for the Edmonton archdiocese, is this year's recipient of the Msgr. Bill Irwin Award of Excellence.
CALGARY – Disclosure of the sex of an unborn child should not be permitted until the fetus has reached 30 weeks gestation, says the Alberta-Mackenzie Catholic Women's League.
MIAMI, FLA. – Although the Second Vatican Council called on the Catholic Church to mirror the life of the Trinity, the Church is still far from being converted to that vision, a leading Australian theologian said June 8.