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This Saint Patrick’s Day is a time for prayer and action for peace in Ukraine and for all the refugees and other victims of the war, Ireland’s leading Roman Catholic and Church of Ireland archbishops have said in a joint statement.
Sister Nkiru was returning home from a marriage ceremony with other people when armed assailants opened fire on their vehicle.
A new survey of Black Catholics in the United States sheds light on what makes Black expressions of Catholicism unique, but also highlights the fact that Black Catholics remain a minority in the country as a whole, and in most parishes.
Last week, dozens of volunteers were scurrying through St. Bridget of Kildare School in Parma unloading and organizing thousands of donated items to help St. Anthony of Padua School, also in Parma, reopen in the aftermath of a fire that severely damaged its building.
Three volunteers for the U.S.-based Vulnerable People Project were hurt, one critically, when their vehicle came under fire in northwest Ukraine.
Edgars Rinkēvičs met with Pope Francis on March 14.
Russia’s ambassador to the Holy See attended the Mass.
Major Archbishop Shevchuk said that ‘almost 100 children have died as a result of bombing.’
The prayer was composed by Archbishop Domenico Battaglia of Naples.
On a day marked by violence on the border with the United States, the Diocese of Nuevo Laredo encouraged prayer for peace in that area, and throughout Mexico.
Archbishop Paolo Pezzi said he hoped Mary’s intercession would ‘stop the bloodshed.’
CELAM said the Marian consecration was a cause of ‘great joy and hope.’
The pope was speaking on the 21st day of the war in Ukraine.
Major Archbishop Shevchuk said: ‘This is a spiritual act long awaited by the Ukrainian people.’
Ukraine leaders are condemning Russia’s invasion of the country, with the Ukrainian ambassador calling the situation a “full-scale genocide” and an archbishop describing it as a David-and-Goliath fight.
Ukrainian Catholic leaders have been urging Pope Francis to take the dramatic step to consecrate both Ukraine and Russia to the Immaculate Heart of Mary and will lead a nine-day novena to prepare for the March 25 event, a top prelate in the war-ravaged country told CNA.
A Catholic doctor will again be allowed to offer a treatment known as “abortion pill reversal,” after a British medical licensing body concluded that the treatment was not dangerous, and dismissed all charges brought against him March 7.
The state of Karnataka may ban Muslim girls from wearing head scarves in schools, the state’s highest court has ruled, contending that wearing the hijab is not essential for the practice of Islam.
With the announcement that Pope Francis will consecrate Russia and Ukraine to the Immaculate Heart of Mary March 25, interest in the consecration of Russia, as requested by Our Lady of Fatima, has been renewed. Below is an assortment of documents, collected by EWTN, relating to the request for consecration, and its fulfilment made in 1984 by Saint John Paul II and the bishops of the world.
A video from Ukraine tweeted on March 12 quickly went viral. But did it show the Blessed Sacrament traveling through war-torn Kyiv — or something else?
Addressing the 506 cases of clerical abuse that the Spanish Bishop’s Conference has on record, conference spokesman Bishop Luis Argüello, expressed the Church’s will that "the truth shine forth" both for reparations for the victims, and that the thousands who serve in the Church do not unjustly live under "permanent suspicion."