In a candid account of his five decades in the Salvadoran church, the country’s first cardinal tells of calumnies against El Salvador’s St. Oscar Romero, but also of slights against him by other prelates.
“I am deeply grieved over this violence, which should have no place in our communities, our political process, or our great nation,” said Archbishop José H. Gomez of Los Angeles.
Hurricane Ian has left many parishes in the the Diocese of St. Petersburg, Fla., devastated as the system continues to move north from the state.
Organizations such as Catholic Charities USA said they have their response teams in place to deal with the aftermath of the massive Category 4 storm that lashed western and central Florida.
In the wake of politicians like Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis busing migrants away from their states on false pretenses, U.S. bishops have spoken out against these tactics as "political showmanship."
‘I was a child raising a child’: the cost of Latin American family separation—and the long journey to reunite
Though family separation at the U.S.-Mexico border has been a much-debated topic in recent years, children in Central America have long faced extended periods away from their migrant parents.
U.S. Catholic bishops expressed sorrow and called out racism and gun violence after a mass shooting in Buffalo, New York was motivated by racial hatred.
CatholicVote files suit to get information on Catholic agencies ‘facilitating a record surge in illegal immigration’
CatholicVote, an independent political advocacy group, has filed a lawsuit seeking information about how the government and church-affiliated groups have gone about “facilitating a record surge in illegal immigration.”