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Pope’s statements draw attention to anti-Christian violence in lesser-known corners

“Let us think of some parts of Africa, the north of Nigeria, the north of the Congo, where a war is still going on and nobody cares. Think of Rwanda 25 years ago. Think of Myanmar and the Rohingya. The world is at war.”
By Inés San Martín, Angelus News


On scandal and Communion

By Russell Shaw, Angelus News


Justice Department urged to address violent attacks on pro-life centers

By Julie Asher, Catholic News Service


Two churches attacked in northern Nigeria

By Inés San Martín, Crux


Let Jesus Christ feed the hungers of your life, Pope Francis says on Corpus Christi

By Kevin Jones, Catholic News Agency


Camino pilgrims help rural Spain’s emptying villages survive

By Giovanna Dell'Orto, AP

US couple to share advice for Catholic family life at World Meeting of Families

By Hannah Brockhaus, Catholic News Agency

Our world needs men to become fathers to the fatherless

By Archbishop Salvatore Cordileone, National Catholic Register

How a Black family’s Bible ended up at the Smithsonian Institution

By Erin B. Logan, L.A. Times

Both sides now

By Maggie Phillips, Tablet

The Archdiocese of Los Angeles joined the nationwide launch of the three-year-long National Eucharistic Revival Movement June 19 on the Feast of Corpus Christi. Following Mass, Archbishop José H. Gomez led a Eucharistic procession from the Cathedral of Our Lady of the Angels through the streets of downtown Los Angeles. (Victor Alemán/Angelus News)

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