San Francisco archbishop retires; Bishop Cordileone to succeed him

day trading strategies WASHINGTON (CNS) -- Pope Benedict XVI has accepted the resignation of Archbishop George H. Niederauer of San Francisco and named Bishop Salvatore...

Church awaits state OK for relief work amid ethnic conflict in Assam

http://tradingstrategiess.com/ BANGALORE, India (CNS) -- As Catholic Church leaders expressed anguish over bloody ethnic clashes in Assam state that left more than 40 dead and...

Syrian opposition groups meet in Rome, appeal for cease-fire

ROME (CNS) -- Representatives of a dozen Syrian opposition groups called for a cease-fire in their homeland and the beginning of an internationally mediated...

No ‘middle ground’ possible with LCWR on key issues, Bishop Blair says

online trading academy complaints WASHINGTON (CNS) -- There can be no "middle ground" on matters of faith and morals, the bishop who conducted the Vatican-ordered...

Death and evil will not have last word, Denver archbishop says

AURORA, Colo. (CNS) -- The confusion and carnage that unfolded in the dark Aurora theater July 20 was surreal for Emily Stetson. The loud pops...

Catholics, Protestants oppose Cameron’s call for same-sex marriage

MANCHESTER, England (CNS) -- In spite of widespread opposition from the Catholic Church and mainline Protestant denominations, the general public and his own party,...

New Vatican doctrinal chief talks about SSPX, LCWR discussions

VATICAN CITY (CNS) -- Asked about how he would handle the most controversial cases he inherited, the new head of the Vatican's doctrinal office...

Tekakwitha Conference attendees celebrate tribal customs, Catholicism

ALBANY, N.Y. (CNS) -- Throughout the Tekakwitha Conference, the smell of burning sweet grass -- known among native peoples as the "hair of mother...

Don’t take a vacation from protecting the environment, Vatican says

VATICAN CITY (CNS) -- Going on vacation must not be an occasion to relax one's commitment to saving energy and protecting the environment, the...

CRS says funding for humanitarian aid did not violate Church teaching

WASHINGTON (CNS) -- Catholic Relief Services said that $5.3 million in emergency funding it provided to the humanitarian organization CARE in 2010 under a...