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It starts slowly. A minor chord strikes first, sounding alone before progressing under a deep, soulful voice.
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The Global Freedom Network launched Monday at the Vatican aims to eradicate slavery by encouraging governments, businesses, educational and faith institutions to rid their supply chains of slave labor.
10 hrs ago | The Standard
Catholic groups say the underground bishop of Shanghai, Joseph Fan, has died at age 97 following decades of imprisonment and house arrest.
Church leaders from a number of different backgrounds gathered Sunday evening for a special service to pray for peace in the Ukraine.
Before a St. Patrick's Day morning mass at St. Joseph Cathedral on Main Street, Most Rev.
At the one-year mark of Pope Francis' election, the answer probably depends on whether you are an old-timer or a relative newcomer, and whether you agree with his reforms of the Vatican bureaucracy or you pine for the old ways of the papal court.
CATHOLIC Archbishop Philip Wilson will this week be quizzed for the first time over the church's handling of child sexual abuse at St Ann's special school.
"Why the continuing delays and secrecy? If they suspended a teacher for alleged abuse, why did they not tell parents and the public? And if they learned of abuse allegations on March 3, why did KC Catholic officials conceal them until March 13? "Those ten days of secrecy gave a potential criminal plenty of time to destroy evidence, intimidate ... (more)
Sister Catherine "Kay" Powers, former superintendent of schools for the Archdiocese of Oklahoma City, was recognized recently by the Alliance for Catholic Education at the University of Notre Dame.
In a serious escalation of tension in Crimea , a Ukrainian Greek Catholic priest was kidnapped on Saturday in Crimea causing an escalation of the tension in the area.
As remuneration in the British Columbia public sector skyrockets, we bring you our annual database of who is making what in B.C.'s public service.
Awaiting the appointment of a new pope after Pope Benedict stepped down a year ago, I wrote a column that began: "There seems to be two points of consensus among many Catholics: Change within the Church is sorely needed, but it's also highly unlikely."
Bishop Gerald Barnes does an interview with Petra Alexander, director of Hispanic Affairs for the Roman Catholic Diocese of San Bernardino, about the Affordable Care Act.
As the Roman Catholic Diocese of La Crosse marks the first anniversary of its attempt to have a central Wisconsin priest declared a saint, the movement commemorating his life and work continues to grow.
Veronique Hivon, Quebec Minister for Social Services and Youth Protection, responds to reporters' questions in February over legislation she introduced on the right to die in dignity.
One Seattle-area Catholic school will be closed and another has changed school hours on Friday, March 14th, following a recent data breach targeting the Catholic Archdiocese of Seattle.