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Tag Results for "Catholic Latinos"

POLL:  Roughly Half of American Adults Consider Easter One of Nation’s Most Important Holidays

Today is Easter, and most Americans will find a way to celebrate from making hard boiled eggs to baking green bean casseroles, all in the name of the resurrection of Christ. continue reading »

Second-, Third-Generation U.S. Hispanics Leaving the Catholic Church

According to polls from the Pew Research Center, less than 60 percent of second-generation Latinos are Catholic. However, they are not necessarily turning away from religion all together. continue reading »

Latino Leaders to Make Voice Heard at Vatican City

As Hispanic Heritage Month kicks off in the United States, U.S. Catholic Latino leaders will complete a major step in achieving more open communication with the Vatican. continue reading »

U.S. Conference of Bishops Urge Priests to Pray & Preach About DREAM Act

The U.S. Conference of Bishops through their “Justice for Immigrants” campaign is urging all Catholic priests pray, preach and advocate for passage of the DREAM Act. continue reading »

U.S. Catholic Bishops Launch Major-Spanish Media Initiative in Support of Traditional Marriage

The United States Conference of Catholic Bishops (USCCB) announced the launch of a major Spanish-language media initiative in support of marriage and the family. continue reading »

Hispanic Catholic Priest Commits Suicide in Border City Parish

A Catholic priest was found dead, victim of an apparent suicide according to the police report. Agents were called to Barnard Road and Los Ebanos Boulevard in Brownsville, Texas continue reading »