News From the Vatican:
- Late Breaking News – One of the suspects in the killing of Fr. Nilo was arrested Thursday night, according to a report by DZMM radio (Phillippines).
“News from our nation’s shared border with Mexico is disturbing largely because of the US Government’s insistence on enforcing a “zero tolerance policy,” announced in May, which calls for prosecuting all those who cross the border illegally and separating children immigrating with parents from their families. Here are some related news stories:
“At its core, asylum is an instrument to preserve the right to life,” Daniel N. DiNardo of Galveston-Houston, President of the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops (CNS photo/Bob Roller)
- US Bishops Condemn Immigration Policies
- No “Ordinary” Ordination
- Western Province Jesuits holds their ordination in “a place that symbolizes the precarity of immigrants in this country.”
- Cardinal Cupich visits with Kifah Mustapha before dining during the 21st annual Catholic-Muslim Iftar at the Mecca Center in Willowbrook on May 25, 2018. The Annual Interfaith Iftar, sponsored by the Council of Islamic Organizations of Greater Chicago, includes breaking the Ramadan fast, observing maghrib prayer and sharing a festive dinner and program. (Karen Callaway/Chicago Catholic)
Arts and Entertainment:
The story goes that Mr. Rogers’ car was stolen from the Pittsburgh WQED parking lot where he worked — but a day or two later, it showed up again with a note from the thieves reading, “Sorry, we didn’t know it was yours.”
And that’s all the news that This Week will print!!