Quito, Ecuador -- Pope Francis Arrives in Ecuador on 3-Nation Tour of Latin America
Quito, Ecuador -- The expectations: Ecuadorians hope pope gives tough talk, encourages church 'shake-up'
Women's World Cup Final: U.S. Beats Japan 5-2 for Third Title
Commentary: Christians into the closet. Faithful clergy are flabbergasted. "No one comes into the confessional to talk about global warming."
Commentary: An Eastern Orthodox Perspective on Laudato Si'
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Philadelphia media are reporting that a 13-foot-high, 4-mile-long fence will enclose Pope Francis during his time in the city. Mayor Michael Nutter did say visitors and residents should "be prepared to walk for miles" during Pope Francis' time in the city.
Educating in many forms: School Sisters of Notre Dame committed to long-term Alzheimer's disease study
China's top brokerages have pledged almost $20 billion to arrest a calamitous slide. Will the Communist Party Save China’s Volatile Stock Market?
EU Official Says:Greece’s Debt to European Central Bank Can’t Be Restructured
The bishops of the Czech Roman Catholic Church offered help to the government with the accepting of Christian migrants whose life is threatened.
Ford City, Pa. -- Outside Polka Mass Draws Hundreds
Providence, R.I. -- Church vandalized in Providence's Fox Point neighborhood
Brentwood, England -- Bishop asks parishes to take action on environment
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