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Is there a way to fight back?
John W. MillerJuly 8, 2021

Thousands have been displaced by violence in Mozambique. Catholics say what’s needed is aid—not outside troops.

Educators and humanitarian workers in Mozambique are expressing mixed feelings about a deployment of multinational forces to confront an intensifying Islamist insurgency in Mozambique.

In countries ravaged by Covid-19, Catholics mourn the loss of priests and women religious

The dead include an Italian parish priest who brought the cinema to his small town in the 1950s; a beloved New York pastor who ministered to teens and the homeless; a nun in India who traveled home to bury her father after he died from COVID-19 only to contract the virus herself.

What comes after the era of the parochial school?

February 6, 2019
“The stakes of getting it wrong are too high.” Immigrant advocates are voicing disappointment with recent decisions from Biden administration.
Over 171 faith-based and grassroots organizations across the Americas have signed a letter to bishops’ conferences advocating for humane immigration policies and for mitigating the forces compelling migration.
Chloe GuntherJuly 30, 2021
Accusing Catholic Charities of having a “profit motive,” the talking heads of Fox News showed a misunderstanding of the agency’s essential role in providing social services, writes Kevin Clarke.
Kevin ClarkeJuly 29, 2021
Bishop Mark J. Seitz and other immigration advocates were there to welcome Vice President Kamala Harris.
J.D. Long-GarcíaJune 25, 2021