Articles on this issue "martyrdom"
STUDY: 75% OF KEVORKIAN "PATIENTS" WERE NOT TERMINALLY ILL An analysis of 69 assisted suicides supervised by Jack Kevorkian has concluded that 75% of his patients were not terminally ill when …read more
Internet is catering to the smorgasbord of religiosity and spirituality in a big way. More than 25 million Americans go online regularly to "seek or share spirituality," according to Barna …read more
An eight-year pilgrimage of two revered images will end this week with a festival in the shrine of Our Lady of Lujan, Argentina. The pilgrimage, made on foot, with the images of the Virgin of …read more
No one disputes that millions of Africans have died violently in recent decades. Less clear is how many of them were martyrs for the faith. This was a question taken up at an international …read more
Cardinal Angelo Sodano, Vatican secretary of state, expressed his support for a system of school vouchers to foster freedom of education. During a meeting today with the Catholic Union of …read more
The Vatican defended itself today against increasing criticism over a meeting planned next week between John Paul II and Austrian far-right leader Jörg Haider, saying the Church was open to …read more
Several European newspapers published articles today saying that John Paul II contradicted the "Dominus Iesus" declaration of the Vatican Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith. At first …read more