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The moral obligation to oppose crimes against children
To lose your home, parents, friends, schoolmates and relatives and be taken to a foreign country is a severe traumatic event for a child
Alleged killer of Jesuit priests found dead in Mexico
The priests had been working for several decades with the Raramuri, or Tarahumara, Indigenous people
Philippine military diocese backs Marcos’ call to crack down on private...
“It is the responsibility of the government to take strong action to dismantle these groups and confiscate their weapons”
Photos: ‘Candles for Justice’
Students and faculty of Adamson University in Manila light candles to dramatize their call for justice for John Matthew Salilig
Housekeeper’s husband arrested in murder case of Los Angeles bishop
It is currently unclear if the housekeeper is employed by Bishop O’Connell directly or by the archdiocese
Murder investigation underway in killing of Los Angeles auxiliary bishop
A native of Ireland, Bishop O’Connell, 69, ministered to immigrants, the poor, and victims of gang violence for 45 years in South Los Angeles
Virginity test on Catholic nun unconstitutional, says Delhi court
The Delhi court’s verdict that came 15 years after the nun filed the petition said, “Virginity testing is a form of inhuman treatment"
‘Being homosexual is not a crime,’ Pope Francis reiterates in new...
“Being homosexual is not a crime. It’s not a crime. Yes, but it’s a sin. Fine, but first let’s distinguish between a sin and a crime”
Lao Christians fearful after police report no progress in pastor’s suspected...
The lack of progress is unsettling for members of the local Christian community, who believe Pastor Sy was targeted for his faith
Lao preacher arrested previously for evangelism found dead and badly beaten
Freedom of religion is allowed, but Christians face opposition in this predominantly Buddhist nation