Politics & Society NewsDavid Agren - Catholic News ServiceDecember 08, 2017
His appointment to the Mexico City Archdiocese comes as the city of nearly 9 million people recovers from a devastating earthquake, which killed more than 300 people.
Faith NewsDavid Agren - Catholic News ServiceOctober 13, 2017
Local officials project the statue in Zacatecas will cost $4.25 million
Faith NewsDavid Agren - Catholic News ServiceOctober 03, 2017
Blessed Cristobal, along with two other indigenous Tlaxcalteca youths, Blessed Antonio and Blessed Juan, will be canonized Oct. 15 at the Vatican
Politics & Society NewsDavid Agren - Catholic News ServiceSeptember 20, 2017
Mexican church leaders react to a devastating earthquake as improvised efforts bring ordinary Mexicans together to lend a helping hand.
Politics & Society NewsDavid Agren - Catholic News ServiceSeptember 11, 2017
Church leaders react to the massive 8.1 magnitude earthquake which struck off of the Mexican coast, leaving death and destruction in Guatemala and southern Mexico.
Faith NewsDavid Agren - Catholic News ServiceJuly 26, 2017
The motive for the explosion on July 25 remains a mystery, though some in the conference said it reflected the violence suffered by society at large in a country with soaring homicide rates and a decade-long drug cartel crackdown.
Faith NewsDavid Agren - Catholic News ServiceJuly 25, 2017
An explosive device was detonated outside the offices of the Mexican bishops' conference, directly across the street from the country's most visited religious site, the Basilica of Our Lady of Guadalupe.
Politics & Society NewsDavid Agren - Catholic News ServiceMay 09, 2017
Many of the graves have been discovered by desperate family members acting on their own and without the assistance of the authorities.
Politics & Society NewsDavid Agren - Catholic News ServiceMarch 31, 2017
"We do not know the reasons why he was abducted. He did not have problems with anyone," Father Angel Vargas Uribe said. "We are not scared."
Politics & Society NewsDavid Agren - Catholic News ServiceMarch 27, 2017
Bishop Castro has come under attack from politicians and public officials upset for voicing suspicions of corruption in Morelos, Mexico. The threats, he says, are not dissuading him, though the publicity is causing discomfort.