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Legacy lives on of cardinal who helped name the pope

It’s ironic that Cardinal Hummes, who did so much to inspire the vision of this papacy, including its particular concern for the Amazon region, died on Monday at the age of 87, just as the latest steps in Pope Francis’ ongoing reform campaign were being revealed.
By John L. Allen Jr., Angelus News


Fishing for Mom’s approval

By Scott Hahn, Angelus News


New shrine to serve as tangible sign for LA’s Ugandan Catholics

By Evan Holguin, Angelus News


Japanese archbishop condemns Abe assassination, deplores violence

By Catholic News Service


Pope speaks on U.S. gun violence, abortion debate, retirement rumors

By Junno Arocho Esteves, Catholic News Service


Make birth free

By Elizabeth Bruenig, The Atlantic

USCCB official warns of rise in ‘polite persecution’ of Catholic views on abortion and sexuality internationally

By Lauretta Brown, National Catholic Register

Hundreds comfort one another, grieve together at Mass after shooting

By Michelle Martin, Catholic News Service

Do findings of two new polls show the path where America is headed?

By Mark Pattison, Catholic News Service

The patriotic Virgin: How Mary’s been marshaled for religious nationalism and military campaigns

By Father Dorian Llywelyn, SJ, Religion News Service

A wall at the grade school of the Church of the Ascension in the Overland Park, Kan., is July 10, 2022, seen with graffiti about abortion. This message was accompanied by another on the school's front doors. The vandal or vandals also spray-painted a statue of Mary on the parish grounds. (CNS photo/courtesy The Leaven)

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