The pope's visit has raised questions about how Poland treats Francis' vision of the church, as the country remains aligned with St. John Paul II's conservative teachings.
Reports estimate more than 600 people have been killed since the May election of President Rodrigo Duterte.
"The heat and blast from the bomb was so intense that it was if the sun had exploded," recalled Hiroshima survivor Toshiyuki Mimaki.
Official says rival gang leader targeted former army Capt. Lima Oliva, who was involved in the assassination of Bishop Juan Gerardi in 1998.
Despite intense bombing and severe food shortages, several Carmelite nuns are refusing to abandon the embattled Syrian city of Aleppo and have appealed for urgent aid.
“The bombs are falling all around us, but we are not going to leave the people in their suffering,” said Sr. Anne-Francoise, a French nun from a community of Discalced Carmelites in Aleppo. “The people here are suffering and dying.”
The Road to Rio. After much ambivalence, the Catholic church has come to accept sports as an important element in human development.
Faith and Justice: The United States has an obligation to identify and protect bona fide refugees and asylum seekers, but too often this does not happen.
An Israeli agency accused the the U.S.-based Christian humanitarian aid organization, one of the world' largest, of diverting "tens of millions of dollars" in donations to the terrorist group.
The European Court of Justice must decide if the Catholic doctor was unlawfully fired by the Catholic hospital for remarrying after getting a divorce.
Njoroge has eschewed expensive job perks that include a luxury house in an upmarket neighborhood and a fleet of cars with chauffer.