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First seminary in northern Luzon marks 200 years

Bishop William Antonio of Ilagan cited the seminary’s history and its contributions to the life and mission of the Church in the region

Indian cardinal denies allegations of cover up for bishop accused of...

The cardinal has been accused of covering up for a bishop who allegedly had lovers and children and killed four priests

Torrential rain, flooding kill seven in Seoul ahead of global conference...

The SIGNIS World Congress (SWC) 2022 will gather Catholic journalists and communicators from all over the world onsite in Seoul

Global coalition of religions assures solidarity with people of Myanmar in...

The group lauded the people of Myanmar for their “endurance as a community of believers, devoted to one another”

Praying hearts: In defense of the Carmelite nuns

"With the unabated proliferation of fake news and disinformation..., we continue this noble fight to seek the truth with praying hearts"

Pope Francis to visit Kazakhstan in September

Kazakhstan has been discussed as a potential location for a meeting between Pope Francis and Orthodox Patriarch Kirill of Moscow

Papal nuncio urges Filipinos to follow example of Venerable Teofilo Camomot

The Cebu archdiocese said that Archbishop Camomot was known “for his fame of sanctity during his life, his death and after his death”

Indian archbishop resigns over dispute on celebration of liturgy in Syro-Malabar...

Archbishop Antony Kariyil of Ernakulam-Angamaly archdiocese in Kerala state resigned on Tuesday July 26

Sri Lanka’s Catholic Church leaders condemn ‘high-handed action’ of new president

Cardinal Malcolm Ranjith of Colombo hit President Ranil Wickremesinghe for acting "against the basic right of the people to protest"

Papal nuncio to preside Thanksgiving Mass for Venerable Teofilo Camomot

“Let us celebrate with sincere thanksgiving for the gift of our dear Teofilo Camomot being raised to the level of venerable”

Parliamentarians from around the world hit lack of humanitarian assistance in...

“Time is rapidly running out to prevent the worst-case scenario for millions of people in Myanmar," said Heidi Hautala

Archbishop Lagdameo of Jaro laid to rest

“To all who mourn the late archbishop’s passing, the Holy Father imparts his blessing as a pledge of peace and consolation in the Lord”

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