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Report: Twitter fails to block some child pornography  

Jun 5, 2023

By Kevin J. Jones

The social media website Twitter has apparently failed to block images of child sexual abuse, with researchers detecting illegal pornographic... Read more

Monastery of the Most Holy Trinity in Arlington, Texas.

Carmelite nuns file new theft and defamation charges against Fort Worth Bishop Olson

Jun 5, 2023

By Peter Pinedo

The new charges by the monastery are in addition to a lawsuit filed on May 3 that seeks $1 million... Read more

Cathedral of the Blessed Sacrament in Sacramento, California.

Who flew migrants to California and dropped them off at Diocese of Sacramento offices?

Jun 5, 2023

By Joe Bukuras

California’s governor and attorney general are accusing the state of Florida of “kidnapping” a group of 16 South American migrants... Read more

Gov. Abbott of Texas signed a law banning transgender procedures for children.

Texas becomes 18th state to ban sex changes for kids

Jun 5, 2023

By Tyler Arnold

Gov. Greg Abbott on June 2 signed legislation prohibiting doctors from performing sex changes on children. Read more

People light candles at a Tiananmen vigil at Victoria Park in Hong Kong, June 4, 2020.

Hong Kong police arrest dozens at memorials for victims of Tiananmen Square massacre

Jun 5, 2023

By Peter Pinedo

Hong Kong police apprehended almost two dozen citizens for “seditious” activity on the 34th anniversary of the massacre at Tiananmen... Read more

The scene outside the U.S. Supreme Court in Washington, D.C., after the court released its decision in the Dobbs abortion case on June 24, 2022.

‘National Celebrate Life Day’ rally in Washington, DC, announced for anniversary of Roe reversal

Jun 5, 2023

By Peter Pinedo

Leading pro-life organizations will hold a “National Celebrate Life Day” rally and gala in Washington, D.C., on June 24.   Read more

St. Peter's Square in Vatican City.

Pope Francis to sign human fraternity document with Nobel laureates in St. Peter’s Square

Jun 5, 2023

By Courtney Mares

Several former heads of state and internationally known performers will join 29 Nobel laureates on June 10 for an event... Read more

Cardinal Matteo Zuppi of Bologna, Italy.

Cardinal Zuppi arrives in Ukraine to begin work as Vatican peace envoy

Jun 5, 2023

By Courtney Mares

Cardinal Matteo Zuppi arrived in Kyiv on Monday to carry out the peace mission entrusted to him by Pope Francis. Read more

Sister Scholastica Radel (left) and Mother Abbess Cecilia Snell of the Benedictines of Mary, Queen of Apostles, discuss the recent exhumation of the order's foundress, Sister Wilhelmina Lancaster, in an interview with EWTN News In Depth on May 30, 2023, at their abbey in Gower, Missouri.

‘A unifying moment’: Sister Wilhelmina’s nuns share their story in exclusive TV interview

Jun 4, 2023

By Shannon Mullen

When the abbess of her order peered into Sister Wilhelmina’s coffin she screamed for joy: “I see a foot!” Read more

Pope Francis prays at his Wednesday audience in St. Peter’s Square on April 12, 2023.

Pope Francis prays for victims of train crash in India that killed 275 people

Jun 4, 2023

By Courtney Mares

“May our heavenly Father welcome the souls of the deceased into his kingdom,” the pope prayed. Read more

Pope Francis delivers his Angelus address on June 4, 2023.

Pope Francis explains why Catholics make the sign of the cross

Jun 4, 2023

By Courtney Mares

Speaking on the solemnity of the Most Holy Trinity, the pope highlighted how the simple gesture is a sign of... Read more

Holy Trinity, detail of Iconostasis in Greek Catholic Co-cathedral of Saints Cyril and Methodius in Zagreb, Croatia.

Trinity Sunday 2023: 10 illuminating quotes from the saints about the Holy Trinity

Jun 4, 2023

By Maisy Sullivan

Trinity Sunday is observed on the Sunday after Pentecost. Read more

Cardinal Mauro Gambetti, archpriest of St. Peter’s Basilica, presides over a penitential rite on June 3, 2023, two days after a Polish man stripped naked and stood on the basilica’s high altar.

Penitential rite held after naked man stands on St. Peter’s Basilica’s main altar

Jun 3, 2023

By Shannon Mullen

A Polish national stripped off his clothes and climbed onto the basilica’s high altar on June 1. Read more

Flag of Mexico.

Religious persecution takes its toll on Catholic faith in Mexico

Jun 3, 2023

By Ana Paula Morales

Recent episodes of violence against the Catholic Church once again bring to the fore the persecution of the faith in... Read more

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Abortions in Scotland highest on record as government considers abortion on demand

Jun 3, 2023

By Madeleine Teahan

Public Health Scotland also revealed that there has been an 84% increase in the number of abortions of babies with... Read more

Pope Francis greets pilgrims at the Wednesday general audience in St. Peter's Square on March 22, 2023.

Pope Francis to travel to Mongolia on Aug. 31

Jun 3, 2023

By Courtney Mares

The trip will make Pope Francis the first pope to visit the Asian country that shares a 2,880-mile border with... Read more

Seminarians and priests enjoyed a friendly bowling match in the St. John XXIII Pontifical Lanes during some downtime on an afternoon in May 2023.

PHOTOS: American seminarians having a ‘ball’ in Rome college’s restored 1960s bowling alley

Jun 3, 2023

By Hannah Brockhaus

The original bowling alley had been a gift from St. John XXIII to the Pontifical North American College in Rome. Read more

The cross of the German “Synodal Way.”

Group of faithful in Germany rejects Synodal Way: ‘We want to remain Catholic’

Jun 2, 2023

By Walter Sanchez Silva

Birgit Kelle told EWTN Noticias that her association represents “many orthodox Catholics who are concerned about the Synodal Way and... Read more

The "Sisters of Perpetual Indulgence" at an "LGBT pride" march in 1995.

In 1995 a ‘deeply embarrassed’ MLB owner apologized for event with anti-Catholic drag performers 

Jun 2, 2023

By Peter Pinedo

Almost 28 years ago, the owner of the San Francisco Giants wrote a letter of apology to the Catholic League... Read more

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Church in Spain collects almost 1,000 complaints of sexual abuse since 1945

Jun 2, 2023

By Nicolás de Cárdenas

The report does not include situations involving the abuse of conscience and power or committed against adults. Read more