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To evangelize in today’s world, Catholics “need to recover their sense of ardor for Jesus risen from the dead,” Father Robert Barron told a conference in Salt Lake City.
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A Catholic bishop in war-torn Mali said “people are hiding in their homes, unable to venture out.”
U.S. cyclist Lance Armstrong’s admission to doping is just the tip of the iceberg, since high-stakes commercial interests pressure almost every professional cyclist into the illegal practice, said a Vatican official.
The European Court of Human Rights has ruled that the British government violated the rights of an airline flight attendant by failing to protect her right to conscience and religion.
A cover of Italy’s Vanity Fair magazine shows Archbishop Georg Ganswein.
Worshippers stand near candles in the Church of the Nativity in Bethlehem, West Bank, Jan. 18.
As the Idle No More movement shows no sign of running out of steam, two observers urge a fresh vision for a new relationship between Canada and aboriginal peoples.
PARIS – A French bishops' spokesman urged politicians to "listen to the streets" after hundreds of thousands of people rallied against same-sex marriage.
OTTAWA - Canada's Catholic bishops offered prayers and encouragement prior to the meeting Jan. 11 between First Nations leaders and the prime minister amid signs of growing polarization.
Becoming a priest is never an absolute choice. "It's always conditioned," maintains Holy Cross Father Wilfrid Murchland. "There are always influences that help you decide."