Politics & Society News
Catholic News ServiceJanuary 10, 2017

"Olga Woltering was a loving wife, mother, grandmother, great-grandmother, and good friend to many," the family said.

Politics & Society News
Catholic News ServiceJanuary 04, 2017
The pope invited everyone to pray for all prisoners in the world, and that prisons focus on rehabilitation.
Faith News
Catholic News ServiceJanuary 03, 2017

India has an estimated 500,000 transgender people.

Politics & Society News
Catholic News ServiceDecember 28, 2016
Archbishop Wester: "Countless nonprofits and civic organizations work to fill food baskets, but some legislators want to take food out of another basket, the grocery basket, with their proposed food tax."
Politics & Society News
Catholic News ServiceDecember 28, 2016
"The week serves as both a time for prayer and action to highlight the contributions of immigrants and vulnerable populations coming to the United States."
Faith News
Catholic News ServiceDecember 20, 2016
Christians must visit the manger, Cardinal Daniel N. DiNardo said.
A Pakistani Christian boy holds a banner during a late March protest in Karachi after attacks on churches in Lahore last year.
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Catholic News ServiceDecember 19, 2016
The bill will improve U.S. religious freedom diplomacy efforts globally; better train and equip diplomats to counter extremism; address anti-Semitism and religious persecution and mitigate sectarian conflict.
People in Tijuana, Mexico, stand next to a wall separating Mexico and the United States Dec. 10.
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Catholic News ServiceDecember 19, 2016
The bishops will be ready to respond to any executive orders and legislation that the new Congress and President-elect Donald J. Trump may introduce.
Politics & Society News
Catholic News ServiceDecember 13, 2016
State lawmakers passed a measure to ban abortions in the state after 20 weeks after approving legislation that would ban abortions when a fetal heartbeat can be detected.
Politics & Society News
Catholic News ServiceDecember 08, 2016
The bishop said contemporary society was "showered with random data" and often showed a "frightening superficiality towards moral issues."