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Seoul archdiocese wants to host World Youth Day in 2027 in...
"It would be an extraordinary opportunity to relaunch (the) youth ministry in a country struggling with the demographic winter"
Catholic bishops of Korea call for probe into Halloween stampede that...
The bishops said South Koreans should “break the cycle of injustice and irresponsibility that has become a common practice in this society”
‘Extraordinary Attorney Woo’ sparks autism debate
The endearing "Extraordinary Attorney Woo" has been Netflix's most-watched non-English show for over a month
SIGNIS World Congress to go ahead next week in wake of...
“We still look forward to welcoming our members and helping them to connect and enhance relationships among each other”
Torrential rain, flooding kill eight in Seoul ahead of global conference...
The SIGNIS World Congress (SWC2022) will go ahead as planned and gather Catholic journalists and communicators from all over the world onsite in Seoul
South Korean ruling party wins landslide in local elections
Experts said the landslide win gives Yoon the public approval he needs to push his agenda, despite lacking a majority in the parliament
Graveyard sheds light on Kim Jong Un’s South Korean heritage
A remote graveyard on a resort island shows, Kim Jong Un has closer links to the South than he might like to admit
South Korea to swear in hawkish Yoon as president
Yoon stressed the need for a "firm military readiness posture at a time when the security situation on the Korean peninsula is critical"
Conservative Yoon wins tight South Korean presidential race
"This is a victory of the great South Korean people," Yoon Suk-yeol told cheering supporters
23 new priests ordained in South Korea’s Archdiocese of Seoul
The ordination of missionaries is a sign that the Church in Korea has become a "giving Church” from being a “receiving Church”