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Polish bishops condemn new wave of anti-Semitism

Polish Catholic leaders condemned a new wave of anti-Semitism in the country amid tension over a government-backed law on responsibility for the Holocaust.

Catholic nun offers love, support at Texas hospital

A chaplain originally from Poland, she is called Sister Margo because her real name — Malgorzata Majszczyk — is difficult to pronounce. She has been at Christus Mother Frances Hospital almost 13 years, but has been in this country over 25 years.

Shortage of low-income affordable housing reaches crisis stage

Affordable housing advocates are calling on the federal, state and local governments to work with foundations and private investors to develop new affordable housing, preserve and rehabilitate existing housing, and boost federal assistance in areas where new developments are not an option.

Congolese church commission welcomes new mining code, higher taxes

Catholic leaders welcomed tax hikes on mining multinationals as part of Congo's new mining code in a show of agreement with the government of embattled President Joseph Kabila.

Christian activists say militias target religious minorities in Syria

Jihadists allied with Turkey are hunting down religious minorities to kill them in Syria's northwest, Christian activists warn, as Turkey and its allies have encircled the Kurdish-held town of Afrin and are relentlessly pushing through.