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Posted Aug 03, 2021
Sep 26, 2021Advocates say action is needed to stop the hemorrhaging of Christians from their biblical homelands, particularly Lebanon and Iraq, as safety, poor governance and economic crises imperil their future.
Sep 26, 2021As part of the listening and dialogue phase of the Australian Catholic Church's Plenary Council, 220,000 Australians answered the question, "What do you think God is asking of us in Australia at this time?"
Sep 26, 2021In anticipation of possible vandalism by anarchist and/or Antifa groups over Columbus Day weekend, members of Holy Redeemer Parish in North Portland plan to pray in eucharistic adoration and keep watch on church grounds the nights of Oct. 8-11.
Sep 26, 2021A father and his two sons, members of the Cathedral of the Assumption in Louisville, walked part of the famous Camino de Santiago -- the Way of St. James -- in Spain this summer.
Sep 26, 2021Pope Francis is inviting Catholics both in the mainstream of church life and on the margins to voice their dreams, ideas and concerns in preparation for the Synod of Bishops in 2023.
Sep 26, 2021Catholic leaders from Eastern Europe pledged closer cooperation against sexual abuse by clergy, despite different levels of preparedness, at the region's first international child protection conference.
Sep 26, 2021Catholic lay organizations took to the streets of downtown Fulda under the motto "We remain loud" to express their dissatisfaction with the Catholic Church, on the final day of the German bishops' annual fall plenary assembly.
Sep 26, 2021Spanish church leaders are urging prayers and donations for residents of the Canary Islands, after earthquakes and a volcanic eruption devastated parts of the Atlantic island chain.
Sep 26, 2021Just as the "perilous state of the natural and social environments" drove Pope Francis to speak of "our one, shared common home," so too does the worldwide aspect of migration "and desperate flight," a Vatican official said.
Sep 26, 2021While denouncing as an "abuse of power" coercive measures to promote vaccination against COVID-19, a leader of the Society of St. Pius X said getting vaccinated "may sometimes be an eminently prudent act in the moral sense of the term."
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+ RICHARD SKROK, FDD,PGF, PFN - Austin Diocese Posted Sep 22, 2021
SK BOBBY ZEIGLER, SR. father of David Zeigler, ETC Director Posted Sep 22, 2021
RON ALONZO State Membership Director - Corpus Christi Posted Sep 22, 2021
BRANDON WARREN son of Paul Warren, Council 3253 - Port Lavaca Posted Sep 22, 2021
Victor Hunnicutt from El Paso, TX Posted Sep 21, 2021
+ RALPH CHIOCO, Council 1113 - El Paso Posted Sep 16, 2021
+ JERRY MAMMARELLI, Council 11862 - Garland Posted Sep 16, 2021
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