Tag: Latin America

Today is the 104th anniversary of the birth of Óscar Romero

Today we remember of Archbishop Óscar Arnulfo Romero, the first saint of El Salvador.

Polish volleyball representative at Tokyo 2020 talks about his faith in God

One of the pillars of the Polish Tokyo Olympics volleyball team speaks about his Christian faith.

Argentina allows gender X on ID cards and passports

The decision follows several controversial changes in the country over the last twelve years. 

Catholic priest killed in a cartel shooting in Mexico

On the12th of June, a Mexican priest lost his life in a shooting between two cartels. He was serving in the region of Zacatecas

Catholic bishops condemn massacre of sixteen villagers by Maoists in Peru

Maoist guerrillas killed sixteen villagers in Peru.

Catholic church smashed up, as part of a TikTok challenge in Brasil

In a shocking act of religious hatred, a number of ‘extremist’ Evangelical youths have trashed a Catholic church in Brazil.

Father asks Argentine court to prevent abortion of his child

"Now I hope, please understand, that I just want to give my child the chance to live,” he told AM 1020 radio.

Remaining kidnapped Catholic clergy in Haiti finally released

The remaining seven of the 10 Catholic leaders kidnapped in Haiti on April 11 have been released and are in good health.

Two churches burnt down by armed groups in Chile in the last month

On the 22nd of April, arsonists even shot at the volunteer firefighters who came to extinguish the fire.