IMAGE: EPA By Rhina Guidos WASHINGTON (CNS) — Worried about the fate of some of their students, more than 65 college presidents representing U.S. Catholic institutions asked for a meeting with the Secretary of Homeland Security to talk about immigration policy. “As leaders of Catholic colleges and universities, we are

IMAGE: CNS/Tyler Orsburn By Dennis Sadowski WASHINGTON (CNS) — President Donald Trump’s proposed fiscal year 2018 budget sent shivers through social service, education and environmental communities, prompting church leaders and advocates to question the administration’s commitment to people in need. The leaders repeated in interviews with Catholic News Service that

CAIRO (CNS) — Masked assailants attacked a bus carrying Coptic Orthodox Christians on the way to St. Samuel Monastery in southern Egypt, killing at least 26 people, many of them children, according to the country’s Interior Ministry. “It is too early to say who is behind it, but certainly terrorists,

IMAGE: CNS photo/Ruthie Robison, Mississippi Catholic By Ruthie Robison DURANT, Miss. (CNS) — A downpour of rain didn’t dampen a dedication and blessing ceremony of a monument to honor the lives of Sisters Margaret Held and Paula Merrill, who were slain in their Durant home Aug. 25, 2016. They were

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