East African church leaders welcome homegrown faith formation program

, - 24 March 2022 0

Spiritus participants NAIROBI, Kenya — Australian Catholic University has begun offering its international faith formation program to Catholic educators and church leaders in East Africa ... Read More

Pope urges leaders at COP26 to be courageous in tackling climate change

- 3 November 2021 0

EDUCATION, a change in lifestyles and a model of development focused “on fraternity and on the covenant between human beings and the natural environment” are ... Read More

British lawmaker’s death ‘a painful loss in so many lives,’ says cardinal

- 18 October 2021 1

British lawmaker David Amess, farthest left, poses for a picture with a group that includes Mother Teresa in London's Parliament in this 1988 photo. Amess ... Read More

Philippine weightlifter credits her Olympic success to her faith

- 29 July 2021 0

Winning lift: Hidilyn Diaz of the Philippines wins the gold medal in the women’s 55kg weightlifting class at the 2020 Tokyo Olympics. Photo: CNS HIDILYN ... Read More

Missionary priests brace for fallout after Taliban makes gains as US military leaves Afghanistan

- 22 July 2021 0

INDIAN Jesuits in Afghanistan are not sure what is in store for them as the strife-torn nation slips into conflict as the United States winds ... Read More

Unused parcel of mission church property helps feed the hungry

- 10 February 2021 0

People work on a garden at Sacred Heart Parish Mission in the Diocese of Joliet, Ill. The food grown will be distributed to people in ... Read More

For Ash Wednesday, Vatican asks priests to ‘sprinkle’ ashes on heads

- 9 February 2021 2

This year, due to the pandemic, the Vatican has asked all priests to impose ashes via sprinkling. (NOELANI PARYS) The Vatican Congregation for Divine Worship ... Read More