There are so many things I do not understand. Perhaps it doesn't matter. The only thing that counts at the conclusion of my life is whether I loved Christ and obeyed his commandments. The learned man and the simpleton will come to the same end.
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The Vatican Secretary of State blamed an ongoing scandal over leaked Vatican documents on unethical journalists and a spirit of hostility toward the Catholic Church.
Myanmar’s pro-democracy leader Aung San Suu Kyi spoke at the Oslo Forum in Norway June 18.
Pope Benedict named Bishop Valery Vienneau of Bathurst, N.B., to be the new archbishop of Moncton.
The breakaway traditionalist Society of St. Pius X said unresolved “doctrinal difficulties” with the teachings of the Second Vatican Council and the Catholic Church’s subsequent liturgical reform could lead to a “new phase of discussions” over possible reconciliation with Rome.
The Catholic Church in the Kerala state of India has adopted a new conservation policy to help fight a “looming environment crisis.”
The new evangelization calls for using new forms of media to reach people in their daily lives, said the chairman of the U.S. bishops’ Committee on Communications.
The Vatican is in line to control the new Internet address extension “.catholic” and decide who is allowed to use it.
Bishop Tod Brown of Orange, Calif., said June 9 that Christ Cathedral is the new name of the former Crystal Cathedral, now owned by the diocese and once home to the ministries of the Rev. Robert Schuller.
People gather near the damaged Shalom Church in Kaduna, Nigeria, June 17.