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Wholistic feminism seeks to promote inclusive women’s movement

Leah A. Jacobson is the founder of The Guiding Star Project, that promotes wholistic women’s healthcare.

Pope’s ‘August surprise’ could be most counter-cultural stand of all

While Americans and other cultures may stagger vacations throughout the year, Italy basically crams them all into one somnambulant month.

Today’s scriptures confirm that no matter what, God will provide

God has just saved them in ways that unquestionably affirm his power and providence, and yet the ancient Israelites are worried about food.

Bishop: Albany diocese covered up priest abuse for decades

The longtime former head of the Catholic Diocese of Albany says the diocese covered up sexual abuse by priests for decades and protected clergy by sending them to private treatment instead of calling police.

Latin Mass held in New Orleans with support of archbishop

Seven places in the archdiocese of New Orleans regularly offers the Latin Mass.

Caritas Oceania: united by faith and the ocean

The urgent need to care for the environment, in particular the ocean, coping with Covid and nurturing the faith were top priorities at the just concluded Caritas Oceania Annual Forum.

African Church leaders appeal for unity to overcome challenges

African Church leaders appeal for unity and communion in Christ who helps overcome all divisions in order to confront the many challenges facing the continent and our world.

UN: Six months after coup, Myanmar’s situation is worsening

Amidst Myanmar’s worsening humanitarian situation, with growing numbers of displaced people, a food crisis and a surge in Covid-19 infections, the United Nations has pledged its continued solidarity and presence with the people.

South Sudan: Include religious leaders in national peace initiative, Bishops urge President Kiir.

This week, Catholic Bishops in South Sudan paid a solidarity visit to President Salva Kiir Mayardit.

Pope: Cardinal Vanhoye preached the Gospel with generosity

Pope Francis sent a message of condolence on the death of Jesuit Cardinal Albert Vanhoye, who died 29 July in Rome, aged 98. He had been the oldest member of the College of Cardinals. He was created Cardinal by Pope Benedict XVI, who called him “a great exegete.”