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Our Editorial Director says the Pope’s decision to institute the lay ministry of catechist is the fruit of a journey intuited by Pius XII and sanctioned by the Second Vatican Council and by the Synods of Bishops.

Bells of Catholic churches across the Philippines ring out simultaneously urging the faithful to exercise their right and duty to vote in the presidential election to be held next year.

Cardinal Beniamino Stella offers an inside look at the history, objectives and “mission budgets” of the Congregation for Clergy.

#Gospel of the Day (St John 16:5-11) "But I tell you the truth, it is better for you that I go. For if I do not go, the Advocate will not come to you."

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Pope Francis establishes the lay ministry of catechist, intended to respond to an urgent need for the evangelisation of the modern world, and undertaken in a “secular” manner, avoiding clericalisation.

As violence continues to escalate in Jerusalem, the Patriarchs and Heads of Churches of the Holy City appeal for an intervention on the part of the International Community.

The Bishops of Britain and Scotland highlight areas of concern in the UK’s New Plan for immigration, and encourage all to build bridges that foster a culture of encounter.

The "Candles of Stritennya" is an initiative, carried out by the Ukrainian Greek Catholic Church's Office for Ecology, seeking to provide aid to poor people in the Eastern European nation. 

Cardinal Oswald Gracias explains how the Church's social arm and its healthcare sector are responding to India's massive waves of Covid-19 cases and deaths.

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Following a government crackdown on national protests, Zimbabwe's Catholic Bishops criticize the constant unleashing of the police and military on the people.

As the sun set on Holy Saturday, a symbol of our Easter hope in the Resurrection appeared over St. Peter’s Basilica. (Photo credit: Mary Shovlain)

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#PopeFrancis delivers an extraordinary blessing “To the City and to the World” to pray for an end to the Covid-19#coronavirus  pandemic, and reflects on Jesus’ words to His disciples: “Why are you afraid? Have you no faith?”

Dear Friends, I just launched Praised be our Lord Jesus Christ! With my prayers and blessings, Benedictus XVI

“Lord, do not leave us at the mercy of the storm. We know that You care for us.” - #PopeFrancis  #coronavirus 

The death of seminarian Michael Nnadi has laid bare some of the fault lines beneath the surface of Nigerian society, according to Bishop Matthew Hassan Kukah, of the Diocese of Sokoto.

Amanda Gorman, who captivated the US with her poem recited at President Biden's inauguration ceremony, shares her thoughts on the importance of education, the power of poetry, and the movements launched by the dedication of young women. @AGisotti 

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