Tuesday, February 28, 2017

Mass deportations will not fix our immigration system

Bishop Conley: Mass deportations will not fix our immigration system

Controversial immigration policies issued by United States President Donald Trump’s have thus far prompted numerous critiques from concerned U.S. Catholic bishops.

US bishops denounce rise in anti-Semitic attacks

The U.S. bishops are responding with solidarity and concern for the Jewish community, following a surge in anti-Semitic actions in recent weeks.

Surgeon and father among sainthood causes moving forward

By Hannah Brockhaus
Pope Francis recognized on Monday the heroic virtue of eight persons on the path to canonization, including an Italian surgeon and father of eight who suffered from several painful diseases throughout his life.

African American Catholics discuss path toward unity, respect for all

By Maria Luisa Torres / Angelus News
They came from across the Archdiocese of Los Angeles to stand together, worship side by side and honor their shared history: African American Catholics, a small yet faith-filled community, sang God’s praises as one during this year’s Black History Month Mass on Feb. 18 at the Cathedral of Our Lady of the Angels in Downtown L.A., which has hosted the annual Mass every year since 2003.

Loving your neighbor means voting wisely, Northern Ireland bishops say

Ahead of Northern Ireland’s assembly elections, the region’s Catholic bishops have reflected on situation facing voters and the importance of voting with well-formed consciences.

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