Why thousands of Hong Kong protesters are singing 'Hallelujah to the Lord'

Some say, it has also become the unofficial anthem of the protests in Hong Kong. Watch video

15 Christian children kidnapped in Syria

They were kidnapped to the purpose of military training

Rwandan troops block pilgrims from attending Ugandan martyr celebration

Some 200 Rwandans were blocked by troops from crossing the border with Uganda to attend pilgrimage.

UK court orders forced abortion for mentally disabled woman

It was despite the objections of the woman’s mother and the woman herself. The woman is 22 weeks pregnant.

Wisconsin Catholic Conference dismayed by veto of abortion bills

According to the director of the Catholic Conference,"these bills would have signified the dignity of all women."

"A historical moment for the UK to take this step - and a courageous one"

The Archbishop from Iraq says talking to Jeremy Hunt about persecution was 'encouraging'

Euthanasia is legal in Victoria, Australia from today

The scheme has already received 100 inquiries

Should Catholics attend 'pride' events?

Love thy neighbour... But promotion of same-sex sexual relationships is contrary to faith, morals, and God’s plan for humans

Remembering L'Arche founder Jean Vanier who dies at 90

He was founder of a community all over the world with about 150 centres which supports people with disabilities.

Ecuador approves same-sex marriage

On Wednesday, the 12th of June, Ecuador's highest court legalized same-sex marriage.