Pope Francis ends ‘penitential pilgrimage’ to Canada with message of healing, reconciliation and hope

During his six-day trip to Canada, the Holy Father apologized for the “evil” of church personnel who worked on Canada’s infamous residential schools and the “catastrophic” effect the school system had on indigenous families. The Supreme Pontiff asked the indigenous community to restore its relationship with Catholicism, but without negating the past.

30 students from Mainland China to pursue graduate programs at USJ

Starting from September, the University of Saint Joseph (USJ) will enroll thirty students from the People’s Republic of China, adding to the four that were already integrated in the second semester last year. The students, who completed their academic path at the University in May, were left without a graduation ceremony due to the latest, long-lasting Covid-19 outbreak.

Blessed Carlo Acutis’ Eucharistic Miracles exhibition to be extended

The Eucharistic Miracles of the World international exhibition will remain open to the public beyond July 31st, according to the Macau Catholic Culture Association. The exhibit, which is being held at the new facilities of the Diocesan Center, should have come to a close over the weekend, but the organizers decided to extend it due to the impact of the latest Covid-19 outbreak.