Tag: Catholic Church

India’s Christian hospitals, doctors in the forefront against coronavirus

Christian hospitals have re-organized their wards, staff, and equipment to successfully cooperate with the Indian government.

Priests have ‘obligation’ to give sacraments to dying, ‘regardless’ of what.

Because the priest's obligation is the person’s salvation over his own physical well-being,” he said.

The number of Catholics in Argentina is declining sharply, new study shows

In Latin America as a whole, 90 percent of the people believe in God, even though Catholicism is declining in several countries.

Catholic leaders urge bishops to increase access to sacraments during pandemic

'Something is wrong with a culture that allows abortion clinics and liquor stores to remain open but shuts down places of worship.

Saint John Paul II died fifteen years ago

He was the first non-Italian pope in almost half a millenium and the youngest pope since 1864.

Book review: ‘Peace in Iraq’ is best remaining hope for country’s Christians

Author Stephen Rasche's new book is titled: 'The Disappearing People: The Tragic Fate of Christians in the Middle East',

Polish Catholics question government's new restrictions on church attendance.

The authors of the petition emphasise the inconsistency of the new security measures.

Cardinal Raymond Burke: "Churches must stay open despite coronavirus."

The cardinal denounced the idea that worship and prayer are “not essential" and therefore can be cancelled.

France: church robbery goes on despite lockdown

While France is still fighting with the spread of the coronavirus, several churches have been robbed.

Peruvian bishop rescinds permission for confession by phone

For some days, priests of his diocese could hear sacramental confessions by telephone, in light of the coronavirus pandemic.