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News Briefs: May 5, 2019

Pope makes donation to help migrants traveling through Mexico TAPACHULA, Mexico (CNS) — Pope Francis has donated $500,000 to assist migrants attempting to travel through Mexico, but who are increasingly […]

Like Mary, be ‘influencers’ for God, pope urges at World Youth Day vigil

Although Mary would not be considered an “influencer,” like many social media personalities, she still became the most influential woman in history by trusting “in the love and promises of […]

Keeping Catholic school tuition affordable requires creativity

By Chaz Muth and Carol Zimmermann WASHINGTON (CNS) — Making Catholic education accessible to everyone has been a mission of the Church in the U.S. for centuries, but keeping it […]

Catholic schools look toward innovation, but also focus on tradition

WASHINGTON (CNS) — If anyone could rest on their laurels, it’s Catholic schools — for all they have accomplished in their U.S. history, educating in the faith and teaching children […]

Bishops sought to share journey with migrants, not join political fray

MCALLEN, Texas (CNS) — The journey for many of the new migrants entering the U.S. near the border town of McAllen involves a mix of hardship and blessings. Having made […]

Fewer refugees accepted into US impacts Catholic resettlement

By Chaz Muth WASHINGTON (CNS) — War, famine and gang violence have created the largest global refugee population since World War II, yet the U.S. has drastically cut the numbers […]

Popularity of Gregorian chant has flourished in recent years

By Chaz Muth and Jose Montoya WASHINGTON (CNS) — James Senson grew up in the Virginia Beach, Virginia, area in the 1980s and his exposure to music in his home […]

U.S. bishops’ conference arose out of a national crisis a century ago

By Russell Shaw WASHINGTON (CNS) — The U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops arose out of a national crisis a century ago, when the U.S. entered World War I. In responding […]

New Smithsonian exhibit explores diversity of religion in early America

By Carolyn Mackenzie WASHINGTON (CNS) — The Smithsonian National Museum of American History’s new exhibition, “Religion in Early America,” celebrates the free exercise of religion and the religious diversity that […]

Catholic evangelization in a digital world

The message remains, but mediums must change USCCB communications restructuring shifts focus from print to digital By Chaz Muth The chief communications officer for the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops’ Department […]

Church leaders view religious freedom order as positive step

WASHINGTON (CNS) — Many religious leaders viewed President Donald Trump’s executive order on religious freedom, which he signed in a White House Rose Garden ceremony May 4, as a step […]

Jubilant crowd gathers in Washington for annual March for Life

By Carol Zimmermann Catholic News Service WASHINGTON (CNS) — Tens of thousands of pro-lifers filled the grounds near the Washington Monument and marched up Constitution Avenue to the U.S. Supreme […]