The Church in Pakistan has begun collecting evidence that could lead to a declaration of martyrdom for Shahbaz Bhatti, who was assassinated five years ago today.
The president of Mount St Mary’s Univerity, America’s second oldest Catholic university, has resigned.
Fr Peter Harman was installed as the new rector of the Pontifical North American College on Sunday.
A Coptic group has urged Egyptian president Abdel Fattah el-Sisi to grant an amnesty to Christian youths imprisoned for allegedly insulting Islam.
Robert George and Cornel West urge the US government to recognise ISIS persecution of Christians as genocide.
Steven Greydanus explains why Franco Zeffirelli’s Jesus of Nazareth marked a turning point in Catholic-Jewish relations.
And a new book aims to help readers grasp the distinctive vocabulary of Pope Francis.
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