The Catholic Church and Migration

Kevin Appleby, Director of the Office of Migration Policy and Public Affairs for the USCCB, will address the Church's response to immigration and unaccompanied migrant children.

from The Catholic Telegraph

Glenmary Home Missioners celebrate 75 year legacy

Staff Report Over the past 75 years, 110 to 120 new parishes have been founded by a group of priests dedicated to bringing the church to rural America. This year the Glenmary Home Missioners celebrate...

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Father Joseph Bruemmer dead at 91

Staff Report Father Joseph A. Bruemmer died Tuesday morning, Sept. 30, at St. Paul’s Archbishop Leibold Home for the Aged. He was 91. Father Bruemmer was most recently President Emeritus of the ...

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Evidence collected for Father Tolton’s sainthood cause heads to Vatican

By Michelle Martin Catholic News Service  CHICAGO — With prayers, songs and sealing wax, Cardinal Francis E. George of Chicago formally closed the investigation into the life and virtues of Father ...

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Pew looks at perceptions of discrimination against people of faith

By Patricia Zapor Catholic News Service  WASHINGTON — People of various religious groups tend to think followers of their faith are more apt to face discrimination than the general public thinks, b...

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First woman appointed to a Vatican congregation joyful

By Andrea Gagliarducci CNA/EWTN News VATICAN CITY — The first woman ever to be appointed a member of a Vatican congregation explains that “women still have much to give to the Church with their pe...

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Pope Francis: Satan seduces by disguising evil as good

By Elise Harris CNA/EWTN News  VATICAN CITY — On Monday’s feast of the archangels Pope Francis spoke of the ongoing battle between the devil and mankind, encouraging attendees to pray to the ange...

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