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LA priests reflect on racism during task force presentation

At the annual Presbyteral Day gathering Sept. 26, priests serving in the Los Angeles Archdiocese spent an afternoon reflecting on racism in the Church. The Archdiocesan Task Force on Racism, formed last year by Archbishop José H. Gomez, led the reflection.
By Pablo Kay, Angelus News


What’s the story in the psalms?

By Scott Hahn, Angelus News


Four ways to grow the Church

By Bishop Robert Barron, Angelus News


Bishops to elect new USCCB president, vice president at general assembly

By Catholic News Service


Vatican marks ecology saint's feast day with film premiere, climate accords

By Carol Glatz, Catholic News Service


Head of Miami Catholic Charities helps coordinate statewide response to Ian

By Tom Tracy, Catholic News Service

Belgium violated right to life in euthanasia case, European Court of Human Rights rules

By A.C. Wimmer, Catholic News Agency

Federal judge sides with Catholic school over guidance counselor's firing

By Carol Zimmermann, Catholic News Service

Pope to canonize founder of Scalabrinians, Salesian pharmacist

By Cindy Wooden, Catholic News Service

Why Anglican evangelicals are becoming Catholics: An interview with Msgr. Nazir-Ali

By Luke Coppen, The Pillar

Members of the Missionary Sisters of St. Benedict mark Respect Life Sunday and the beginning of Respect Life Month by participating in the 25th annual Stand Up for Life roadside rally in Huntington Station, N.Y., Oct. 2, 2022. The event is sponsored by the Long Island Coalition for Life. (CNS photo/Gregory A. Shemitz)

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