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The newly installed Catholic bishop of Hong Kong promised action to heal Catholics and the wider society, divided because of the Chinese action to suppress a two-year-long protest seeking democratic freedoms.
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“Let us use this moment to rededicate ourselves to the intentional, difficult and uncomfortable work of naming and eradicating systemic racism,” the Atlanta archbishop said in a statement Nov. 24.
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“During times like these with severe division among people and the potential for social unrest, it is important for us to remember Jesus’ commandment to love one another,” Milwaukee Archbishop Jerome E. Listecki said.
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“Among the injured are one of our Catholic priests, as well as multiple parishioners and Waukesha Catholic school children,” Sandra Peterson, communication director for the Archdiocese of Milwaukee, said.
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Released late Nov. 9, the 18th annual report from the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops' Secretariat of Child and Youth Protection stated that 3,924 child sexual abuse survivors filed 4,228 allegations.
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The Catholic Church must proclaim Jesus Christ “boldly” in the face of new secular movements that promote “social justice,” and “wokeness” as the answer to all of society’s ills, Archbishop José H. Gomez said.
Bishops and cardinals are seated in a semicircle as Pope Francis gives his homily at the opening Mass of the synod.
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The synod office extended the timeline at the request of dioceses who asked for more time to hear the thoughts of Catholics.
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The Nativity scene in St. Peter’s Square this year will have a distinctly Indigenous, Andean look to mark the 200th anniversary of Peru's independence.
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The Oct. 10 vandalization of Denver’s cathedral basilica brought to 100 the number of incidents of arson, vandalism and other destruction that have taken place at Catholic sites across the United States since May 2020.
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Sir David Amess, one of the most prominent Catholic politicians in the U.K. Parliament, was stabbed repeatedly by a man who sprinted into his offices at noon Oct. 15.