Archive for May 2015
Their meeting in the Vatican lasted twenty minutes and “great satisfaction” was expressed regarding the bilateral agreement. Tomorrow the Palestinian leader will be attending the ceremony for the canonization of the first two modern-day Palestinian saints
Thousands of Catholics across southern England expected to venerate relics during week-long tour
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It took only a slight turn of an eye to see the glaring difference in levels of water availability and consumption between the Israeli agricultural settlement of Petza’el and the three neighboring dusty Palestinian villages just outside Jericho.
On Ascension Day, Jesus gives His apostles, a group of men singularly lacking in influence, a worldwide mission. How would they be able to pull this off?
It should hardly need saying that whether and how humankind rises to the challenge of environmental stewardship are questions carrying serious moral weight.
Bishop Davies says ‘culture of death’ today threatens those considered to be a financial burden
Right now, the Irish betting firm Paddy Power has Cardinal Luis Antonio “Chito” Tagle of the Philippines as the favorite to be the next pope, giving him 11/2 odds.