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10/16/17 5:58 pm
On Monday, the U.S. Senate confirmed Callista Gingrich, wife of former House Speaker Newt Gingrich, as the next U.S. Ambassador to the Holy See. The vote was 70-23.
In a July 18 hearing, Gingrich had voiced her commitment to fight human trafficking and promote human rights and religious freedom. She had said that immigration and protecting the environment are both issues that the Trump administration is taking seriously, although taking a different approach from the previous administration.Read More
10/16/17 3:21 pm
After Somalia suffered its deadliest terrorist attack on Saturday, the Bishop of Djibouti reflected on the need for hope and unity among Somalis lest it become “a double attack.”
A truck packed with explosives exploded in front of a hotel in the Somali capital Mogadishu Oct. 14, killing at least 276 people. Many more were wounded.Read More
10/16/17 3:17 pm
An Italian Catholic priest, who is a member of the Neocatechumenal Way, was kidnapped on Thursday by armed men in Benin City, Nigeria, according to media reports. Fr. Maurizio Pallu had been a missionary in Nigeria for three years. According to the Italian bishops' publication, Avvenire, the kidnappers may be local criminals whose aim would be to obtain a ransom in exchange for the priest. While the Islamist terror group Boko Haram is active in Nigeria’s northern region, the priest was kidnapped from the south. Authorities are investigating the incident.
Greg Burke, director of the Holy See Press Office, posted on Twitter that “Pope Francis has been informed about the Italian priest kidnapped in Nigeria, Fr. Maurizio Pallu, and is praying for him.”Read More
- Fr. David Loftus, Pastor.
- Fr. Dan White, Associate
- Msgr. Peter Moran, Pastor Emeritus
- Fr. John Coleman, O.Carm, LCSW, Weekend Assistance
- Lee Mendel-Figueroa, Business Manager
- Mary Janus, Coordinator of Liturgy
- Anne Wing, Coordinator of Communications
- Sister Sharon Richards, SDSH, Adult Faith Formation
- Sister Frances Kennedy, Religious Education (Grades 1-8) and Pre-Primary
- Sage Hubacek, Youth Minister/Confirmation
- Erin Alexander, Bookeeper
- Kym Reveche, Parish Secretary
- Dianne Walker, Parish Secretary
10/16/17 7:11 am
(Vatican Radio) Pope Francis on Monday appealed to the international community not only to guarantee enough production and fair distribution of food for all but also to ensure the right of every human being to feed himself according to his needs without being forced to leave his home and loved ones.
He made the call at the United Nations Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) in Rome, where he marked World Food Day, which this year has as its theme, “Change the future of migration. Invest in Food Security and rural development.” (Click here for the video of the Pope's FAO visit)Read More
10/16/17 6:56 am
(Vatican Radio) Bishop Emmanuel Lafont of Cayenne in French Guyana reacted with joy when he heard Pope Francis’s announcement of a Special Assembly of the Synod of Bishops for the Pan-Amazon region.
French Guyana and Suriname are part of the Amazon territory together with Guyana, Venezuela, Ecuador, Colombia, Bolivia, Peru and Brazil.Read More
10/15/17 11:35 am
(Vatican Radio) Pope Francis has called on the international community not to forget South Sudan and in particular the serious humanitarian emergency unfolding there.
The Pope made the call on South Sudan in a Preface he wrote to a new book on South Sudan. The book, published in Italian, is authored by Comboni Missionary, Father Daniele Moschetti. It was launched over the weekend, in Italy, Rome.Read More