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Pope, U.S. bishops call for prayers and tougher gun laws after Texas massacre

Archbishop Jose H. Gomez entrusted the victims of a shooting at Robb Elementary School in Uvalde, Texas, that left at least 19 children and two adults dead to Our Lady of Guadalupe, asking that she “take the victims of this violence in her tender arms, and bring comfort to those who mourn, and healing those who are hurt.”
By Catholic News Service and Angelus News


Loving and imitating the Lord like the new St. Charles de Foucauld

By Archbishop José H. Gomez, Angelus News


New LA priests: Guillermo Alonso

By Steve Lowery, Angelus News


Nancy Pelosi doubles down on abortion support in response to Communion ban

By Catholic News Agency


Cardinal Zen: ‘Martyrdom is normal in our Church’

By Courtney Mares, Catholic News Agency


Two years after George Floyd’s murder, bishops’ task force fights against ‘collective sin of racism’

By J.D. Long-García, America

When your job fills in for your faith, that’s a problem

By Carolyn Chen, N.Y. Times [Paywall]

America loses its only Trappist brewery, amid competitive beer market

By Kevin Jones, Catholic News Agency

The cardinal and Jimmy

By George Weigel, Catholic World Report

Remembering Buffalo shooting victims, Catholics pray for end to racism

By Rhina Guidos, Catholic News Service

Remains of victims of the 1985 massacre in Accomarca, Peru, are carried in procession to their final resting place above the village of Accomarca May 20, 2022. Hundreds of people gathered in the tiny Andean village for the burial of the remains of 50 victims of a brutal massacre committed by Peruvian soldiers in 1985. Read more from Jacqueline Fowks, Catholic News Service (CNS photo/Jacqueline Fowks)

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