Faith NewsBarbara Fraser - Catholic News Service September 05, 2018
A year after Pope Francis urged Colombians to build unity and a nation for all after more than half a century of conflict, the country's Catholic Church continues to play a key role in the quest for reconciliation.
Politics & Society NewsBarbara Fraser - Catholic News Service July 19, 2018
On a Sunday night in early July, four men -- two of them indigenous -- were brutally murdered in Assis, a tiny Brazilian town on the border with Peru.
Politics & Society NewsBarbara Fraser - Catholic News Service March 23, 2018
Peruvian president Pedro Pablo Kuczynski resigned amid accusations of corruption.
Politics & Society NewsBarbara Fraser - Catholic News Service January 10, 2018
Spiraling inflation, a shortage of necessities such as food and medicine, and high crime rates have driven hundreds of thousands of Venezuelans to seek better opportunities in other countries.
Politics & Society NewsBarbara Fraser - Catholic News Service September 19, 2017
Catholic leaders respond forcefully to reports that an indigenous group was massacred to make way for illegal gold mining in the Amazon, casting blame on the Brazilian government.
NewsBarbara Fraser - Catholic News Service October 26, 2015
Allegations of abuse were described in a new book, "Mitad Monjes, Mitad Soldados" ("Half Monks, Half Priests"), by Pedro Salinas, a former member of Sodalitium Christianae Vitae, who interviewed about 30 other former members.
NewsBarbara Fraser - Catholic News Service July 06, 2015
When Pope Francis enters the Jesuit church here July 7 for a moment of private prayer, he will step into an architectural gem where trees once grew up through the floor.The Iglesia de la Compania—the Jesuits, or Society of Jesus, are known as the Compania de Jesus in Spanish—is a "B
NewsBarbara Fraser - Catholic News Service June 09, 2015
The encyclical, to be published on June 18, is titled "Laudato Sii" ("Praised Be").
NewsBarbara Fraser - Catholic News Service December 29, 2014
As remote Peruvian town changes, so do Christmas celebrations
NewsBarbara Fraser - Catholic News Service December 16, 2014
The agreement reached at the end of the most recent round of international negotiations for a new climate-change treaty fails to protect the poorest and most vulnerable countries, Catholic observers said.The accord fell far short of a call from Catholic bishops from around the world to take strong m