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The Dutch bishops’ conference has pledged action after nearly 2,000 people complained of sexual abuse by Catholic priests during an inquiry by an independent commission.
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The Vatican and the Palestine Liberation Organization have agreed to establish a working group to draft an agreement between the two parties.
The Vatican is embarking on a project to restore and digitize its archive of more than eight million photographic images.
Spurred by the exodus of Iraqi Christians, the Toronto Archdiocese doubled the number of Iraqi refugee families it sponsored in 2010 to 190.
The discovery of the first known microorganism on Earth to thrive on the toxic chemical arsenic will help expand scientists’ understanding of the definition of life, said the head of the Vatican Observatory.
Young members of Christ the King Parish dance during an outdoor Mass in Malakal, Southern Sudan.
Despite receiving death threats, Pakistan’s minister for minorities, a Christian, said he will not give up his battle to guarantee religious freedom for all the country’s people.
Agnes Bedard loves to sing. She sang at home as a child; she sang in the choir at church; she sang in high school; she sang her oral reports as provincial president of the CWL. And at Nothing More Beautiful Dec. 9, she twice burst into song with the congregation happily joining in. more . . .
Canadian Conference of Catholic Bishops — Christmas Message more . . .
What makes Father René Fumoleau’s photography worth looking at is just where the missionary priest from France took his photos. more . . .