David Agren

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November 06, 2020
Hurricane Eta reached Category 4 strength with sustained winds of 110 miles per hour as it slowly moved along the Nicaragua coast
September 30, 2020
The phoney priests had targeted people wanting to celebrate Mass in their homes and receive sacraments
September 16, 2020
The Jesuit-run Central American University in El Salvador welcomed the verdict of a Spanish court, which convicted a former Salvadoran colonel for the murder of five Jesuit priests in 1989. The verdict was “an extraordinary service to the truth” from a conflict in which many atrocities have gone unpunished, the university statement said. It expressed some sadness,
September 02, 2020
A group backed by the Diocese of San Cristóbal de Las Casas has rejected the agreement over the Acteal massacre that claimed the lives of 45 indigenous people
July 29, 2020
The Argentine bishops' conference and pro-life groups have expressed dismay with the pending approval of a new protocol on accessing abortion.
June 24, 2020
Mexico's bishops have pledged to help the people affected by an earthquake in southern Oaxaca state that left at least five dead.
June 22, 2020
Priests report Mexicans are returning to the devotion of the Sacred Heart
June 10, 2020
A former military commander accused of killing six Jesuits and two women working with the Society of Jesus during El Salvador's civil war has gone on trial in Spain
October 10, 2019
Bishop Adolfo Zon Pereira of Alto Solimões, in the Brazilian state of Amazonas, became animated as he cited the preamble of the Amazon synod’s working document. His voice rose as he read out the words “The Amazon is a subject and it must be listened to.” “This is an earthquake!” he told a scrum of
September 30, 2019
Three new dioceses have been carved out of the Archdiocese of Mexico, a move Cardinal Carlos Aguiar Retes of Mexico City said will bring pastors “closer to the all the inhabitants.” The decision, announced on September 27, creates the dioceses of Azcapotzalco in northwest Mexico City; Iztapalapa, the Mexican capital’s largest borough; and Xochimilco, in
August 25, 2019
A bishop in Mexico’s heroin-producing heartland is urging the federal government to hold talks with armed groups — including drug cartels – saying many in the illegal drugs business are unable to make ends meet and are “seeking an exit.” Mexican Interior Minister Olga Sanchez Cordero said that talks were occurring with armed groups, but
January 20, 2019
Hundreds of Mexican pilgrims planning to attend World Youth Day in Panama have been unable to travel because the tour packages they purchased for the event appear not to exist. Around 400 pilgrims from at least 11 dioceses purchased tour packages from JCP Multimedios. The packages included airline tickets, accommodation, registration for the event and
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