Pope Francis said today that “there is a dialogue with Nicaragua” and that the Vatican has spoken with the country’s government. Pope Francis was asked about the situation in the Central American nation and the problems Catholics are suffering during the press conference aboard the papal plane returning to Rome from his trip to Kazakhstan.… Read More »Pope Francis Downplays Seriousness of Arrests of Priests in Nicaragua
The Declaration echoes the 2019 Abu Dhabi document, which received widespread criticism from Catholics for the apparent dangers which it presented to the faith.
Bishop Schneider had described the ecumenical Congress as a ‘supermarket of religions’ which could undermine the primacy of the Catholic faith.
SPOKANE, Wash. — Spokane Police are now clearing the streets downtown, but making meaningful change in addressing homelessness is still a challenge. SPD can now enforce sit-and-lie rules and have even more power to clear camps. On Monday, the City Council voted to give police the authority to stop camping regardless of shelter space if they think it’s dangerous for
When U.S. Air Force Col. William “Bill” Nelson, MD steps on the field at Scott Stadium at some point this afternoon to be recognized by the UVA Football Alumni Club, his thoughts may drift back to his days as a young student athletic trainer under the guidance of the late Dr. Frank McCue and former longtime head trainer Joe Gieck.
Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs) and trauma have become a definitive part in how we address healing, in both children and adults. Educators are tasked to consider the traumas their students have experienced and how that might influence how they teach and interact with students. Those in healthcare are opening their eyes to the correlation between … Read More
Pope Francis delivers the Angelus address on Aug. 21, 2022. / Vatican Media. Vatican City, Sep 18, 2022 / 04:35 am (CNA). Pope Francis said Sunday that Christians should not become discouraged or remain indifferent to stories of corruption, but