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Europe today is a culture in which God appears to be "silent and unmissed in the lives of many," the Irish bishops warn in a new pastoral letter issued March 29.
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The feature films Hugo and The Way, the documentary I Am and the television sitcom Modern Family have been named winners of this year's Catholics in Media Awards.
Pope Benedict called on young people to not pursue power, money and prestige, but to find true joy in Christ and live a life of generous service to others.
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The Church needs to address the alienation often surrounding those living with autism by coming to the aid of those affected, said Archbishop Zygmunt Zimowski.
The Dalai Lama was named March 29 as the winner of the 2012 Templeton Prize.
One of the iconic symbols of the Catholic Church in Haiti's earthquake-battered capital will be rebuilt starting this year under a program administering millions of dollars in donations.
A young woman takes part in a Palm Sunday procession before Mass at the Catholic cathedral in Capiata, Paraguay, April 1.
Our mission as a Church is to meet the humanity of today so that it may encounter God, who offers love.
OTTAWA – The Assembly of Quebec Bishops and the Catholic Organization for Life and Family (COLF) are opposing a Quebec commission's recommendation to allow euthanasia under limited circumstances.
For Christians, the Passover Seder meal is a way not only to connect with the roots of their own religion, but also to see how ancient practices still pertain to modern Christianity.