Politics & Society News
Ed Langlois - Catholic News ServiceJuly 28, 2020
As the national spotlight landed on his city and its ongoing protests, Portland Archbishop Alexander K. Sample July 24 made a plea for citizens to leave violence behind and return to a campaign for racial justice.
Faith News
Ed Langlois - Catholic News ServiceOctober 18, 2018
Worshipping with other deaf Catholics feels like home. They sign prayers and responses with others and communicate after Mass with peers who understand.
Politics & Society News
Ed Langlois - Catholic News ServiceMay 08, 2018
These are our brothers and sisters, not freeloaders.
Oregon Gov. Kate Brown delivers her inaugural speech to Oregon legislators in the Capitol House chambers in Salem, Ore., in January. (AP Photo/Don Ryan, File)
Politics & Society News
Ed Langlois - Catholic News ServiceJuly 11, 2017
Oregon's Catholic bishops urged a veto, saying the bill "forces all Oregon taxpayers to help finance an extremist abortion agenda that does not enjoy majority support."
Msgr. Richard Paperini comforts Myhanh Best, wife of Ricky Best, who was killed on a Portland, Ore., commuter train on May 26 while defending two girls from an anti-Muslim racist attack. (CNS photo/Ed Langlois, Catholic Sentinel)
Politics & Society News
Ed Langlois - Catholic News ServiceJune 07, 2017
"Many of us consider him a hero. Many of us in the church consider him a martyr," said Msgr. Richard Paperini.
Politics & Society News
Ed Langlois - Catholic News ServiceMay 30, 2017
Rick Best defended two women being accosted by a passenger yelling hate speech about Muslims and other groups.