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China Allegedly Violates Agreement with Vatican by Appointing Bishop Not Recognized by Holy See

China Allegedly Violates Agreement with Vatican by Appointing Bishop Not Recognized by Holy See

World

On Saturday, the Vatican announced that China had broken their agreement with the Vatican over the appointment of bishops. In a statement issued on Nov. 26, the Vatican expressed its disappointment with the installation of Bishop John Peng Weizhao as the "auxiliary bishop of Jiangxi," a diocese that is not officially recognized by the Vatican.READ MORE

Pope Francis Aims to End Dispute Between Roman Catholic, Eastern Orthodox Churches

Pope Francis Aims to End Dispute Between Roman Catholic, Eastern Orthodox Churches

World

If Pope Francis' most recent request is accepted, it is possible that the disagreement that has lasted for centuries between Eastern Orthodox and Roman Catholic churches on how to determine the date of Easter may finally be resolved.READ MORE

Archdiocese of Santa Fe Files Bankruptcy Reorganization to Compensate 400 Clergy Abuse Survivors

Archdiocese of Santa Fe Files Bankruptcy Reorganization to Compensate 400 Clergy Abuse Survivors

Church

On Tuesday, the Archdiocese of Santa Fe in New Mexico filed for bankruptcy reorganization in order to compensate 400 survivors of clergy abuse with more than $121 million. The Servants of the Paraclete have also promised to provide an additional $4 million in compensation for these victims.READ MORE

International Catholic Migration Commission Calls UN Human Rights to Preserve Rights of Nigerians

International Catholic Migration Commission Calls UN Human Rights to Preserve Rights of Nigerians

World

The International Catholic Migration Commission called the United Nations' human rights council to protect the rights of all Nigerians in the face of ongoing unrest and extremism in the country. READ MORE

Members of Jewish Cult Lev Tahor Detained in Mexico, Children, Teenagers Saved

Members of Jewish Cult Lev Tahor Detained in Mexico, Children, Teenagers Saved

World

According to a report that was published in a Mexican newspaper on Tuesday, law enforcement authorities in Mexico carried out large raids, during which they arrested twenty members of the Jewish cult known as Lev Tahor. READ MORE

Local Churches Use ".church" Domain to Match Branding, Engage With Visitors Online, Offline

Local Churches Use ".church" Domains to Match Branding, Engage With Visitors Online, Offline

IT

According to Identity Digital, a market leader in domain names and related technologies, one-third of the churches included in this year's Outreach Magazine's Outreach 100 lists are using the .church domain extension to help them stand out as churches, align with their branding, and more easily start engaging with members and visitors online and in person.READ MORE

Strict American Churches Ask Congregations to Use "Spying Apps" to Keep Eye on "Sinful Phone Behavior"

Strict American Churches Ask Congregations to Use Spying Apps to Keep Eye on "Sinful Phone Behavior"

US

According to recent reports, certain conservative American churches are encouraging their congregants to install "invasive" spying apps that keeps track of all of their online behavior, including pornographic content and masturbation patterns. READ MORE

Christ Church Votes to Disaffiliate from United Methodist Church Denomination

Christ Church Votes to Disaffiliate from United Methodist Church Denomination

US

The overwhelming majority of professing members of Christ Church voted in favor of disaffiliation from the United Methodist Church, giving the motion a majority of 91 percent. The church will become a member of the Global Methodist Church, which upholds beliefs that are more traditional. READ MORE

Catholics With Disabilities Hand Reports to Pope Francis for Synod on Synodality

Catholics With Disabilities Hand Reports to Pope Francis for Synod on Synodality

World

On Wednesday, Catholics with disabilities presented a report to Pope Francis for the Synod on Synodality. A total of 35 individuals who identify as having a disability from 20 different countries and 5 different continents participated in an online listening session in May, and their reports were compiled. READ MORE

Christians to Participate Annual 'March For the Martyrs' to Show Solidarity

Christians to Participate Annual 'March For the Martyrs' to Show Solidarity

US

This weekend, protesters from all over the United States will converge on Washington, D.C. to show support for persecuted Christians around the world. READ MORE

Willow View United Methodist Church Cuts Ties from Denomination Due to Theological Differences of National Leadership

Willow View United Methodist Church Cuts Ties from Denomination Due to Theological Differences of National Leadership

US

Members of Willow View United Methodist Church held a vote to dissolve the congregation's affiliation with the United Methodist Church. READ MORE

Several Catholic LGBTQ+ Members Deal with Monkeypox, Concern About Support From Church

Several Catholic LGBTQ+ Members Deal with Monkeypox, Concern About Support From Church

US

There are a lot of Catholic LGBTQ+ people in the US who are worried about monkeypox and don't know who to ask for aid or information from. Although the Catholic Church has made progress on problems of LGBTQ+ inclusion since the HIV/AIDS crisis, many LGBTQ+ Catholics continue to have trouble getting support from their parishes during another national public health outbreak that disproportionately affects men who have sex with men. READ MORE

St. Mary's Catholic Church in Cameroon Burned Down, Churchgoers, Priest Kidnapped

St. Mary's Catholic Church in Cameroon Burned Down, Churchgoers, Priest Kidnapped

World

The Catholic Church announced on Sunday that seven people, including five priests, a nun, and two churchgoers, were abducted by attackers who set fire to the St. Mary's Catholic Church in western Cameroon. This is the latest act of violence in an area that has been hit by bloody conflict between anglophone separatists and the state. READ MORE

Catholic Church to Encourage Faithful to Reflect Issues About Migrants, Refugees Thru National Migration Week

Catholic Church to Encourage Faithful to Reflect Issues About Migrants, Refugees Thru National Migration Week

US

From Sept. 19 to 25, the Catholic Church in the United States observes National Migration Week to encourage the faithful to reflect on the plight of migrants, refugees, and victims of human trafficking. Midterm elections are coming up in November, and the immigration policy debate in the country has been heating up. READ MORE

Samford University in Alabama Excludes 2 Pro-LGBTQ Churches from Annual Campus Ministry Fair

Samford University in Alabama Excludes 2 Pro-LGBTQ Churches from Annual Campus Ministry Fair

US

Following the decision made by administration at Samford University in Alabama to exclude two local churches from its annual campus ministry fair because of the churches' endorsement of same-sex marriage, a group of university graduates are speaking out against their matter. READ MORE

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