The modern world's biggest challenge, according to Benedict XVI

Friday August 28th 2015
Benedict XVI considers the quest for God to be contemporary society's foremost challenge, according to one of the emeritus Pope's former students, who has organized the annual meeting of Ratzinger's students to discuss that very topic.

Ahead of papal visit, Cuba's Women in White fear government crackdown

Friday August 28th 2015
The leader of a human rights group is concerned that the Cuban government will repeat its 2012 crackdown on opposition activists when Pope Francis visits the nation next month.

Pope Francis may passthrough Central Park during New York visit

Thursday August 27th 2015
When Pope Francis visits New York City next month, the best place to catch a glimpse of the popular pontiff may be in Central Park.

Obama to seek unity with pope on issues in White House visit

Thursday August 27th 2015
Sweeping into office in 2009, President Barack Obama captured near rock-star status around the world among millions who saw him as the embodiment of a new sense of social purpose.

Amid threat of violence, CRS works to ease food shortage in Mali

Thursday August 27th 2015
Despite a hazardous situation in the African country of Mali, Catholic Relief Services is working to support displaced people and hungry school students, while calling for more humanitarian aid to help stabilize the country.

Bersih 4 rally-goers can seek refuge in three churches

Three Catholic churches in the city will open its doors to Bersih 4 participants this weekend should they need to seek refuge, th....

Neutral Suhakam to monitor Bersih 4 rally

Suhakam will be monitoring the Bersih 4 rally and how the authorities and participants conduct themselves in the mega rally on Au....

Church, NGOs part of US Bishops’ itinerary

From Penang, the delegation from the US Catholic Conference of Bishops (USCCB) went to KL. On August 11, they met with Archbishop....

US delegation comes to listen to the plight of migrants, refugees

A delegation from the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops (USCCB) were in Malaysia from August 9 to 14

Neutral Suhakam to monitor Bersih 4 rally

Suhakam will be monitoring the Bersih 4 rally and how the authorities and participants conduct themselves in the mega rally on Au....

Ecclesiastical Assistants in the Kuala Lumpur Archdiocese

The Ecclesiastical Assistants of the Archdiocese of Kuala Lumpur who have been appointed by Archbishop Julian Leow Beng Kim after....

Number of BK students continue to decline

“There will be only 70 students taking the Bible Knowledge Exam for SPM this year. This is a drastic drop from previous years,....

Bishop Julius commits assistance to chapels

Some two months ago, a 5.9 magnitude earthquake rocked the State of Sabah at, and around Mount Kinabalu. The calamity claimed man....

A tech company may have received whole fetuses for tissue harvesting

Is a fetal tissue supplier receiving whole fetuses from abortion clinics? That’s what one citizen journalist group claims from video of a secretly....

Cardinal Levada voices regrets after DUI arrest in Hawaii

Cardinal William Levada, a retired Vatican official, was arrested last week for allegedly driving under the influence while vacationing in Hawaii wit....

Rome angered over 'Godfather' themed funeral for alleged mob boss

An outlandish funeral for an alleged Italian mob boss, complete with a horse-drawn carriage, flower petals strewn from a helicopter and a brass band ....

Little Sisters get temporary relief while Supreme Court mulls taking case

The Little Sisters of the Poor have received temporary protection from the federal contraception mandate until the Supreme Court decides whether or n....
Benedict XVI considers the quest for God to be contemporary society's foremost challenge, according to one of the emeritus Pope's former students, who has organized the annual meeting of Ratzinger's students to discuss that very topic.
The leader of a human rights group is concerned that the Cuban government will repeat its 2012 crackdown on opposition activists when Pope Francis visits the nation next month.
Pope Francis address workshop on climate change and human trafficking attended by mayors from around the world at Vatican.
Pope Francis is looking for ‘missionaries of mercy’, priests who are known for their preaching and dedication to hearing confessions and granting absolution.
The leader of a human rights group is concerned that the Cuban government will repeat its 2012 crackdown on opposition activists when Pope Francis visits the nation next month.
Still trying to gauge the Francis Effect? If you’re counting heads in parish pews, you may be looking in the wrong place.
A new study suggests that joining a religious group could do more for someone’s “sustained happiness” than other forms of social participation, such as volunteering, playing sports or taking a class.
Just because something is politically-correct doesn’t mean that it might not also be correct. Sometimes we have to swallow hard to accept truth.
The signs are not looking good for the nation. Commodity prices have slumped. Of major concern is the slump in the price of oil, especially since the Federal Government relies on Petronas’ income to fund its budget.
On the Feast of the Transfiguration in 1923, Pierre Teilhard de Chardin found himself alone at sunrise in the Ordos desert in China, watching the sun spread its orange and red light across the horizon.
I love shopping, and during these exciting expeditions, I can spend hours and hours and nothing, absolutely nothing can distract me.
What makes a person happy? What makes a life worth living? Is it money? Fame? Popularity? Career success? We all know the answer, even if we don’t always live like we know it: not at all.
Student exchange programmes are described as the most common intercultural exercise among schools and colleges.
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Editorial

There’s a striking absence of ‘stewardship’ language in Pope Francis’ recent encyclical, Laudato Si’. The term, which often features heavily in faith-based calls for environmental concern, accounts for just two of approximately 42,000 words.

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A Historic Pulpit

Pope Francis address workshop on climate change and human trafficking attended by mayors from around the world at Vatican.

Sunday Reflections

The Youth Group meeting was going in the wrong direction. It was many years ago, in another parish, way before Life Teen. The structure would be a talk, followed by a sharing among the Teens