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LA’s Eritrean Catholics stand in solidarity with arrested bishop

Eritrean Bishop Fikremariam Hagos Tsalim has always encouraged his people to engage in all-night prayer vigils. So the immediate response of Eritrean Catholics to news that the 52-year-old bishop was arrested last month was three nights of unceasing prayer, organized by Eritreans in the United States and Canada.
By Ann Rodgers, Angelus News


Archbishop Cordileone to hold ‘Rosary for Peace’ on Election Day

By Katie Yoder, Catholic News Agency


Abortion on the ballot in five states

By Catholic Culture


French cardinal admits to abusing teen girl 35 years ago

By Catholic News Service


Russian ambassador confirms pope helped facilitate prisoner exchanges

By Catholic News Service


Whatever happens on Tuesday, let’s turn the temperature down

By Kathryn Jean Lopez, National Review

De-transitioner Oli London shares conversion to Christianity

By Edie Heipel, Catholic News Agency

Ministry helps families of suicide victims

By John Lavenburg, Crux

U.S. bishops launch new approach to teaching the faith

By Carol Zimmermann, Catholic News Service

USCCB urges family-friendly policies. Does it offer them?

By The Pillar

Msgr. John Moretta, pastor of Resurrection Church in Boyle Heights, led a procession through Calvary Cemetery after noon Mass on Saturday, Oct. 29, as part of the cemetery’s annual Día de los Muertos celebration. This year marked the first time the tradition was celebrated in person across the LA Archdiocese’s Catholic Cemeteries and Mortuaries since the start of the COVID pandemic. (Victor Alemán/Angelus News)

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