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Another priest is killed in Mexico. Are clergy being targeted?

Though violence against the Church is on the rise, so is violence in general.

Meet this master of disguises and defender of the faith

St. Rafael Guizar y Valencia posed as a junk dealer, a street vendor, and a musician in order to secretly administer the sacraments.

Famous last words: A martyr of the bloody Cristero War forgives his persecutors

Blessed Anacleto González Flores didn't take up arms but worked tirelessly to fight the Mexican government's brutal treatment of Catholics

I left my first son in Acapulco

I hope that the tears I've shed for him over the years might somehow be prayers rising to our merciful God.

The miracle in Mexico that confirmed young Jose’s sainthood

Mom of girl snatched from death eight years ago feels blessed to be part of "Joselito's" story

The martyrdom of Blessed Jose Sanchez del Rio: Some things are worth fighting for

His canonization reminds us of the Church's teaching on "just war"

The “Madman” of the Sacred Heart

Today's feast is celebrated worldwide, but do you know the martyr of the Americas who died for this devotion?

French Diplomat to be Pope’s Representative in U.S..

Archbishop Christophe Pierre transferred to DC from post in Mexico

Last Living Soldier in Mexico’s Religious Freedom War Dies at 103

"Cristero" Juan Daniel Macías Villegas spent his whole life in one village, except for the years he fought for the Church

Pope Francis Reaches Across the Border

In Ciudad Juarez, Pontiff calls for mercy for migrants

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