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Wednesday, March 8, 2017

The death penalty doesn't solve problems

This priest says Adoration has made Juarez a safer city

By Bárbara Bustamante
Juarez, located in the state of Chihuahua in northern Mexico, was considered from 2008 to 2010 to be one of the the most dangerous cities in the world, due to drug trafficking violence and the constant struggles for power and territory between the cartels.

The death penalty doesn't solve problems, archbishop tells UN

The Permanent Observer of the Holy See to the United Nations reiterated the Vatican’s defense of all human life in a meeting with UN Human Rights Council on the death penalty.

Peruvian marches against gender ideology attract 1.5 million

By David Ramos
Under the theme “Don't Mess With My Children,” more than 1.5 million Peruvians demonstrated on Saturday against gender ideology in the nation’s schools.

St. Louis native 'honored' to be archdiocese's next auxiliary bishop

by Hannah Brockhaus
The Vatican announced Tuesday that Pope Francis has chosen Msgr. Mark S. Rivituso, currently the archdiocese’s Vicar General, to be the next auxiliary bishop of St. Louis under Archbishop Robert J. Carlson.

Croatia will soon hold one of the largest Marian statues in the world

A giant 55-foot statue of Our Lady of Loreto is in the works in the coastal city of Primošten, Croatia, which will be known as one of the largest Marian sites in the world when it is completed.

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