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Catholics need to be more courageous in showing that religion and science co-exist says the papal astronomer who has just been awarded one of the world's most prestigious awards in science. Jesuit Brother Guy Consolmagno, who was honored last week with the Carl Sagan Medal for “outstanding communication by an act...read more
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Mexico's Bishops have begun their “visit ad limina.” The first group met with the Holy Father on Tuesday, May 13, and the second group on Thursday, May 15. There will be nine groups in total. …read more
Cuban Ofelia Acevedo, widow of dissident Oswaldo Paya, who died in unclear circumstances, asked that an international investigation be opened to know the truth about her husband’s death. …read more
Carlo Climati, an expert in the phenomenon of satanism among young people, spoke with ZENIT this week at the “Exorcism and Prayer of Liberation" course held at Rome's Pontifical Athenaeum …read more
The Holy See has given answers in two sessions of the UN Committee on Torture, as do all countries that adhere to this United Nations Convention. In the interrogations on the subject, the …read more
Leaders in the pro-life movement from around the world were in Rome over the weekend to take part in the city’s third annual March for Life. Some 50,000 people took to the streets on Sunday …read more