VATICAN CITY – Like the apostles who brought spiritual and physical healing to those in need, Christians are called to tend to the wounds of the suffering and the downtrodden, Pope Francis said.
FIFE – With Sound Transit’s light rail system planned to come through Fife, Father Hyungyu Kim is worried about the impacts to his parish.
WESTPHALIA, Texas – The Church of the Visitation in Westphalia, a nearly 125-year-old wooden church with bell towers on each side, burned to the ground July 29.
BELLEVUE – Each week at St. Louise de Marillac Parish, a group of young adults with diverse careers gather from around the Eastside to share their common faith and create community.
VATICAN CITY – A proud Cuban who pressed for greater freedom for his church and for an end to the U.S. embargo on his homeland, Cardinal Jaime Ortega Alamino, retired archbishop of Havana, died July 26 at the age of 82.
LIMA, Peru – When Pope Francis came face to face with more than 2,000 Amazonian indigenous people in Peru in January 2018, he told them the place where they live is holy ground, and that they and the Amazon region are important to the Catholic Church and the entire world.
VATICAN CITY – In the light of “a worrying negative prejudice” against the Catholic Church, Pope Francis ordered the publication of a document affirming the absolute secrecy of everything said in confession and calling on priests to defend it at all costs, even at the cost of their lives.