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An expansive abortion bill that would declare abortion a human right, undercut existing state pro-life laws, and force objecting doctors to perform abortions, has again failed to pass the U.S. Senate.
A new documentary chronicles the life of Bishop Michael Portier, the first Bishop of Mobile and a giant in the history of Catholicism in the American south.
The 90-year-old cardinal was arrested and released on bail on May 11.
The U.S. Senate is scheduled to vote Wednesday on whether to move forward with what pro-life leaders describe as “The Abortion on Demand Until Birth Act.”
‘You are our last hope. We hope that you can save their lives. Please don’t let them die.’
‘They took everything they could,’ said seminary rector Father Ruslan Mikhalkiv.
Pope Francis appears to have burned ecumenical bridges with Moscow. Vatican Cardinal Kurt Koch is seeking to rebuild them.
In his Regina Caeli address, Pope Francis asked the faithful to celebrate their mothers in a special way on Sunday, for Mother’s Day, and urged continued prayers for peace in Ukraine.
‘The arrest of Cardinal Zen sends a chilling message,’ said William Nee of Chinese Human Rights Defenders.
The 90-year-old was reportedly detained in his role as a trustee of the 612 Humanitarian Relief Fund.
The pope was speaking at his general audience.
Here is a list of acts of vandalism and other provocations against Catholic churches and pro-life groups since the May 2 publication of a draft Supreme Court opinion in a pivotal abortion case.
The Peruvian Congress on Thursday passed Bill 904, which supports the right of parents to educate their children according to their values and principles.
In response to threats of violence from pro-abortion activists, the U.S. bishops’ conference is inviting Catholics around the country to join in fasting and praying the rosary on Friday, May 13, the feast of Our Lady of Fatima.
Catholic and pro-life leaders are condemning the Chicago’s mayor’s “call to arms” in response to the leaked Supreme Court draft opinion suggesting that justices will overturn Roe v. Wade, which legalized abortion nationwide in 1973.
An exhibition of artwork made by Ukrainian refugee children was opened Sunday at the complex of St. James' Cathedral in Riga. Hosted by Archbishop Zbigņev Stankevičs, the event was attended by several ambassadors to Latvia.
More than 60 journalists have issued an appeal to Pope Francis.
Bishop Marco Mellino was addressing the heads of Vatican dicasteries.
‘Pope Francis’ visit, I think, really has given them hope,’ said Aid to the Church in Need’s Regina Lynch.
Pope Francis will preside over the first canonizations in more than two years on May 15.
The offices of a pro-life group in Salem, Oregon, were set on fire Sunday night, the latest in a wave of violence and vandalism directed at Catholic churches and pro-life organizations.