The Hyde Amendment, born in 1976, has had a fairly long congressional history, but it could be marked for extinction.
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spanish architect rafael moneo will be presented the golden lion for lifetime achievement at the venice architecture biennale, which is set to open in may 2021. the decision was made upon the recommendation of the event’s curator hashim sarkis, who is planning a small exhibition inside the giardini featuring a selection of models and illustrations detailing moneo’s work. based in madrid, moneo has been awarded numerous prizes and distinctions including the pritzker prize in 1996, the praemium imperiale, and the inaugural soane medal in 2017.
Over the course of the pandemic, certain powerful moments of national and worldwide prayer stand out. A year ago in the Archdiocese of Los Angeles, Archbishop José H. Gomez reconsecrated the United States to Mary, Mother of the Church, from the Cathedral of Our Lady of the Angels. And last March, Pope Francis stood alone in St. Peter’s Square, holding a monstrance high as he blessed the Church and the world with the Blessed Sacrament via a livestream broadcast.
Can social media be a force for good? This question feels urgent in today’s world.
Sainthood. It’s a matter of faith that Catholics who die in a state of grace join the communion of saints in heaven. Indeed, the church has codified that recognition in the celebration of All Saints’ Day each Nov. 1.
True social justice is rooted in the Gospel and not in a secular materialist vision, Archbishop Jose Gomez of Los Angeles told Catholic activists on Thursday.
The annual gathering of Catholic educators from around the country April 6-8 was in many ways a tribute to how they have done their jobs this past year amid COVID-19.
No one has to tell Catholic school teachers how different this past year has been.
At the start of the pandemic last spring, most Catholic schools adapted to online schooling and continued that way until the end of the school year.
As the United States’ Border Patrol deals with a surge of immigrants in the south, EWTN News In Depth host Montse Alvarado interviews one of the country’s top Catholic leaders, the president of the U.S. Catholic Bishops Conference Archbishop José Gomez. The archbishop and Alvarado, both naturalized citizens from Mexico, discussed the Biden administration and immigration reform in the March 26 episode. Then an expert panel gave deeper insight into the story behind the numbers and how Catholic dioceses and organizations are heavily involved in support for vulnerable families.
O arcebispo de Los Angeles e presidente da Conferência Episcopal dos Estados Unidos, Dom José Gomez, explicou como os fiéis devem viver a fé neste tempo pascal, marcado pela provação da pandemia do coronavírus.