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Seoul: after a year the Itaewon Halloween still has an open...

The legal question of responsibility for the tragedy remains open, with the families of the victims still waiting for justice

Who are the Korean martyrs?

Pope Francis beatified another 124 martyrs during his August 2014 visit to South Korea, including Paul Yun Ji-chung, Korea’s first martyr

Pope Francis: Catholics in Korea called ‘to a burning faith’

The blessing of the 6-ton, 12-foot-tall marble statue of St. Andrew Kim Tae-gŏn took place on Sept. 16, the anniversary of his martyrdom

Statue of Korea’s patron saint to be permanently installed at St....

There are currently more than 5 million Catholics in South Korea, making up about 11.3% of the country’s total population

‘It hurts my heart’: Japan’s Kanto massacre, 100 years on

More recently, the Japanese government has repeatedly said it has no archives to verify fully the circumstances around the tragedy.

Pope Francis urges Korean Catholics to be ‘prophets of peace’

"Peace should be based on respect for individuals, the law, the common good, creation, and moral values passed down through generations."

Pope Francis: St. Andrew Kim Taegon teaches us ‘we must not...

When the Korean Catholic was a seminarian, he needed to find a way to secretly welcome foreign missionary priests to Korea

11.3 percent of Koreans are Catholics, latest figures reveal

The “Statistics of the Korean Catholic Church 2022” noted that 11.3 percent of the country’s population are Catholics

Korean film recounts martyred Catholic priest’s short life of sacrifice, adventure

The biographical movie on the life of St. Andrew Kim Tae-gon sheds light on the birth of Korea's first priest

‘Comfort women’ statues as reminders of Japanese wartime atrocities

The comfort women campaign highlights the urgency for justice as attempts to whitewash history and to distort narratives continue

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