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The history and future of the Church in America will be the topic of a conference held at the Vatican next week, co-sponsored by the Pontifical Commission for Latin America and the Knights of Columbus, with assistance from the Institute for Guadalupan Studies in Mexico City. continue reading »
When the Mexican government of Plutarco Elias Calles began persecuting the Catholic Church in the 1920s, priests were not immune. In fact, they became targets of the regime. continue reading »
Relics of six Knights of Columbus canonized by Pope John Paul II in 2000 will launch a tour of several American cities Friday, April 27, in Houston. The Co-Cathedral of the Sacred Heart in Houston will host the relics beginning with a special Mass Friday evening for the Knights of Columbus Texas State Convention. The relics will remain in the church for veneration during the regularly scheduled weekend Masses. continue reading »
As the country remembers the 38th anniversary of Roe v. Wade, a recently released book presents polling data that shows Americans' are increasingly at odds with that Supreme Court decision's legacy of unrestricted abortion. continue reading »
The United States Conference of Catholic Bishops (USCCB) will travel to Cuba next month, to witness history will take place as the island will be opening the new National Seminary, the first religious structure built in the communist country in over half a century. continue reading »