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Caravan heads to Mexico City; Guadalupe basilica opens for migrants

CORDOBA, Mexico — The caravan of migrants making its way through Mexico has started arriving in Mexico City, where the Basilica of Our Lady...

Caravan of migrants, closing in on Mexico City, gets shelter at...

CORDOBA, Mexico -- The caravan of migrants making its way through Mexico has started arriving in Mexico City, where the Basilica of Our Lady...

African church warns against illusions of ‘gospel of prosperity’

OXFORD, England — African church leaders cautioned churchgoers against a false “gospel of prosperity” after a bishop in Ivory Coast said it was gaining...

Gift of nun doll collection helps preserve legacy of women religious

ATLANTA — Margaret Alsup of Cumming always considered her nun dolls to be like friends. So, when it came time to look for a permanent...

’60 Minutes’ report questions handling of abuse reports in Buffalo diocese

BUFFALO, N.Y. -- How the Diocese of Buffalo handles cases of priests suspected of abuse was the subject of a report Oct. 28 by...

The search for Christian unity: Roots, progress, possibilities

Our search for Christian unity commenced over a century ago. The World Missionary Conference in 1910 is generally considered its beginning. Protestant and Anglican...

Former nuncio to U.S. heard rumors of McCarrick misconduct in 1994

VATICAN CITY (CNS) -- A former nuncio to the United States acknowledged hearing rumors about the sexual misconduct of Archbishop Theodore E. McCarrick already...

Benedictines help secure funds for water project that’s changing lives

WESTON, Vt. -- References to water flow through the Scriptures. "And if you give even a cup of cold water to one of the least...

World Series: Fun facts about baseball legends and the Knights of...

NEW HAVEN, Conn. (CNS) -- With the World Series underway, here is a fun fact: Father Michael McGivney, founder of the Knights of Columbus,...

Proposed IRS rule change might hit donations for Catholic school tuition

DUBUQUE, Iowa — The Internal Revenue Service is proposing a rule change that would impact about 30 percent of the student population in the...

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