Politics & Society NewsFrom AP, CNS, RNS, Staff and other sourcesSeptember 23, 2019
The pope said that the nations of the world have a duty to fight against climate change, adding that despite a weak response so far, a “window of opportunity is still open.”
Politics & Society NewsFrom AP, CNS, RNS, Staff and other sourcesSeptember 17, 2019
The passing of Cokie Roberts elicited grief from politicians, journalists and news organizations on social media.
Politics & Society NewsFrom AP, CNS, RNS, Staff and other sourcesAugust 13, 2019
President Trump is trying to move the United States toward a system that focuses on immigrants’ skills instead of emphasizing the reunification of families.
Politics & Society NewsFrom AP, CNS, RNS, Staff and other sourcesJuly 08, 2019
The commission will be chaired by Harvard Law School professor Mary Ann Glendon.
Politics & Society NewsFrom AP, CNS, RNS, Staff and other sourcesMay 30, 2019
“Today’s repeal is a major step toward building a culture that unconditionally protects the dignity of life, and is yet more evidence that the death penalty is falling out of favor with the American public,” said Krisanne Vaillancourt Murphy, executive director of Catholic Mobilizing Network, in a
Politics & Society DispatchesFrom AP, CNS, RNS, Staff and other sourcesApril 23, 2019
Prime Minister Ranil Wickremesinghe claimed he and other top government officials were not told about a possible threat and told local media “we must look into why adequate precautions were not taken.”
Faith GoodNewsFrom AP, CNS, RNS, Staff and other sourcesJanuary 25, 2019
An epic battle of ill will between House Democrats and the Trump administration extended into late January as the longest partial shutdown of the federal government in history continued.
Faith GoodNewsFrom AP, CNS, RNS, Staff and other sourcesJanuary 11, 2019
Prince Charles described how as Isis extremists advanced on the Christian town of Qaraqosh in 2014, Sister Luma “got behind the wheel of a minibus crammed full of her fellow Christians and drove the long and dangerous road to safety.”
Politics & Society NewsFrom AP, CNS, RNS, Staff and other sourcesJune 09, 2018
The Vatican said in a statement Saturday that Monsignor Carlo Capella, who was the No. 4 official in its Washington embassy, would face a trial starting June 22.
Faith NewsFrom AP, CNS, RNS, Staff and other sourcesJanuary 05, 2018
The pope greeted the children and “exchanged some words of comfort with the parents who are caring for their children in their tiring and painful trials.”