Catholic Pulse

ROME – With a marathon seven-hour hearing, the Vatican’s trial against Cardinal Angelo Becciu and nine other individuals, along with three corporate entities, opened with a flurry of procedural issues and defense motions and then adjourned the proceedings until Oct. 5. Becciu and the other defendants are charged with several crimes, [...]
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With a surge in the first few months of 2021 of minors entering the United States without a parent or guardian, figures from fiscal year 2020 already have surpassed the total of unaccompanied minors who made border entries during the previous fiscal year. Statistics from U.S. Customs and Border Protection show [...]
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YANGON, Myanmar — The Catholic Church is lending a hand to people affected by the coronavirus in Myanmar as the country’s health system struggles to cope with a record wave of COVID-19 infections. Ucanews.com reported that St. Joseph’s Catholic Major Seminary in Yangon has been converted into a care center and [...]
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MIAMI — Whatever their political leanings may have been, members of South Florida’s Haitian-American community were left saddened by the inexplicable and as yet unsolved assassination of Haiti’s president, Jovenel Moïse, who was gunned down in the bedroom of his residence early July 7. They turned out July 22 at Notre [...]
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SYDNEY — With a national emergency declared in Australia’s most populous state, Catholic not-for-profit hospitals called on the Australian government to make vaccinations compulsory for all hospital staff across the country. At a crisis Cabinet meeting, New South Wales Premier Gladys Berejiklian called for a “refocusing” of Australia’s vaccine rollout. “There is [...]
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