David Agren

David Agren covers Mexico as a freelance correspondent for Catholic News Service. His reporting also regularly appears in the Guardian, USA Today and the Washington Post. A native of Canada, he has lived in Mexico City for the past 11 years.


David Agren cubre México como corresponsal independiente para Catholic News Service. Sus reportajes también aparecen regularmente en The Guardian, USA Today y The Washington Post. Originario de Canadá, ha vivido en la Ciudad de México durante los últimos 11 años.

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After 11 are massacred in Mexico's Chiapas state, bishops warn conditions lacking for elections

Mexican church leaders denounce political persecution in case of abducted bishop

Mexico's bishops meet with presidential candidates to further work on 'pain of violence'

Mexican presidential candidates sign bishops' peace plan; front-runner voices objections

Mexico is plagued by kidnappings among migrants

Panama bus deaths offer tragic reminder of perils migrants face traveling toward U.S. border

Nicaragua president calls church a dictatorship, bishops 'murderers'

In predawn raid, Nicaraguan police remove bishop; his whereabouts unknown

24 members of Congress write Biden about Jesuit murders, Mexico violence

Two Jesuits murdered defending person in Mexican parish

Vatican audit of Buenos Aires finds irregularities, no crimes

Haitians head to Mexico-US border; church seeks humanitarian help

Vatican official visits Mexico to mark 30 years of diplomatic ties

Nicaragua strips funds from Catholic university, ups government control

Honduran church leaders seek thorough investigation of priest's murder

Sisters of Mercy celebrate release of clean-water activists in Honduras

Nicaragua revokes legal status of Catholic charities, educational projects

Honduran bishops urge dialogue during political crisis

Religious network condemns slaying of Honduran rights activist

How does this happen? Catholic leaders ask after migrants killed in crash