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Kurt Jensen, Catholic News Service

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Evangelism and unity are on the menu at National Catholic Prayer...

WASHINGTON — Evangelism and Christian unity were the main topics at the National Catholic Prayer Breakfast Sept. 14, an event which often puts more...

Religiosity ‘buffers’ some pandemic-related stresses, survey suggests

WASHINGTON — The COVID-19 pandemic took a toll on participation in religious services just as it did on workplaces, but a new survey indicates...

Pro-life leaders call on Biden administration to keep Trump-era Title X...

WASHINGTON — The same day the U.S. Supreme Court announced it will hear a Mississippi appeal of a lower court’s decision to strike down...

Top Knights of Columbus CEO Patrick Kelly says group is ‘force...

WASHINGTON -- Patrick Kelly's formal installation as the 14th Supreme Knight of the Knights of Columbus is still off in the indefinite future because...

March for Life will be staged online Jan. 29; participants asked...

WASHINGTON -- For the first time since 1974, when it first began, the message of the national March for Life to participants is: Stay...

Catholic University panelists address concerns raised over fetal cell line in...

WASHINGTON -- Participants in a Jan. 14 webinar sponsored by the Institute for Human Ecology at The Catholic University of America discussed concerns raised...

Catholic U.S. Rep. Chris Smith, other leaders: ‘We must be committed...

WASHINGTON -- Rep. Chris Smith was in his office in the Rayburn House Office Building, writing remarks to acknowledge the tally of the presidential...

World religious leaders wonder if Biden administration will continue religious freedom...

WASHINGTON  -- One of the most frequently expressed questions during an international religious freedom symposium Nov. 19 was whether the attention granted to religious...

Annual March for Life attendance will take a hit because of...

WASHINGTON — While the annual March for Life in Washington is still scheduled for Jan. 29, the cross-country bus pilgrimages that have been at...

Presidential candidates come down on opposite sides of abortion debate

WASHINGTON — Among the top life issues for Catholics are abortion, capital punishment and assisted suicide, but only abortion is addressed by both Democrats...

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