Nigerian Catholic bishop to Irish president: Church massacre not linked to climate change

Nigerian Catholic bishop to Irish president: Church massacre not linked to climate change

CNA—Attributing violence against Nigeria’s Christians to climate change is “incorrect and far-fetched,” according to the bishop of a diocese where at least 40 people were murdered at a Pentecost Sunday Mass. Bishop Jude Ayodeji Arogundade of Ondo was responding to a statement issued by Irish president Michael D. Higgins after the June 5 massacre at…

“Become an Inspired Business Leader,” Legatus Business Conference open to ALL

“Become an Inspired Business Leader,” Legatus Business Conference open to ALL

This has been a challenge year for business leaders.   Legatus wants to inspire YOU by presenting more than 60 of the top business leaders in the Catholic world on October 8-10, 2020 — with an option to listen on-demand ! CLICK HERE TO REGISTER Register for the premium pass and listen to all speakers at…

British Prime Minister Boris Johnson’s Son became Baptized Catholic, and He’s not alone

British Prime Minister Boris Johnson’s Son became Baptized Catholic, and He’s not alone

London—CNA—The son of British Prime Minister Boris Johnson was baptized a Catholic earlier this month, the Diocese of Westminster said Tuesday. In a statement Sept. 22, the diocese said: “We can confirm that Wilfred Johnson was baptized in Westminster Cathedral on Sept. 12, 2020, in a private ceremony, attended by both parents and a small…

Lenten Reflections from a Catholic Business Leader

Lenten Reflections from a Catholic Business Leader

For this article, I’ve been asked to “dig deeper” and to share some of my inner, personal motivations for Lent this year. It’s a challenge I am happy to embrace, even though imperfectly, because throughout my career and even now I have been — and continue to be — inspired by and learn so much…

Assisted suicide threatens the entire medical profession, Maryland doctor warns

Assisted suicide threatens the entire medical profession, Maryland doctor warns

CNA—Assisted suicide contradicts the foundations of medical ethics, violates the basic standards of medical care, and threatens people who most need the assistance of the medical profession, warned a doctor who is opposing Maryland’s proposal to legalize the practice. “If we allow this form of euthanasia into our health care system, it will inevitably corrode…