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The Catholic Church said that it will start taking steps toward the “gradual replacement of government contributions by alternatives based on the solidarity of the community and the parishioners.” Moreover, it indicated that it created a commission tasked with working …

After the recent tension generated between the government and the Catholic Church during Argentina’s abortion debate, five members of the ruling Cambiemos coalition who voted in favor of the bill that would have legalized abortion presented a new bill to

While the bill to legalize abortion may have been defeated in Senate, the debate that it generated is already making lasting changes within Argentina. One of the key themes that emerged during discussions was the issue of the separation of …

It’s Independence Day today in Argentina and if you thought we were in for a quiet afternoon of churros and contemplation, think again, since the conversation in most rallies and celebration events around the country has revolved around the two …

As the final voting over the abortion decriminalization bill inches closer, the Catholic Church has increased its activism in the pro-life movement that stands firmly opposed to it.

The latest episode took place yesterday, when thousands of parishioners and members …

No matter the side of the abortion debate on which you stand, you have to admit that it sounds unlikely. A Catholic organization fighting for the decriminalization of abortion? Throughout the debate, Catholic values have been the cornerstone of the …

Clarín Journalist Pablo de León assures in an article published today that former President Cristina Fernández de Kirchner has changed her mind about decriminalizing abortion, and would vote in favor of it, should she have to. Although former Kirchnerite deputy …

A group of priests who work in the villas (shantytowns) located in the City and Province of Buenos Aires weighed in on the debate about the decriminalization of abortion and, as you’d expect, they argued against it.

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The Argentine Synod announced yesterday that it will provide Federal Judge Sergio Torres with documentation containing information regarding 127 baptisms conducted between 1975 and 1984 in the chapel of the Escuela Mecánica de la Armada (commonly known as ESMA), the …

The Church of Perpetual Help in Rosario has effectively applied Catholic guilt to social media use. Banners hang outside of the cathedral displaying such slogans as, “Open the Bible as much as Facebook” and “If Jesus had Twitter, would you …