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Costa Rica votes in favor of the OAS resolution condemning Nicaragua

At a special session of the Permanent Council of the Organization of American States (OAS), the Resolution regarding the Situation in Nicaragua was adopted...

A look inside Costa Rica’s Good Friday processions

A preview of San José's Good Friday procession, with sights and sounds from last year's event.

Guatemalan Catholics resume processions suspended due to the pandemic

Amid solemn music, pyrotechnics and crowds, Catholic parishioners in Guatemala resumed Saturday the processions suspended in 2020 because of the covid-19 pandemic, which has...

Nicaraguans Celebrate Massive Religious Feast -amid pandemic

With folkloric dances such as the "toro huaco", "el güegüense" and a boisterous procession, hundreds of Nicaraguans celebrated Thursday, despite the pandemic, the patron...

Ojalá: A Costa Rican Sense of Luck for the New Year

As the clock strikes midnight and the fireworks light up the night sky, thousands of Costa Rican families will have prepared for the rituals...

Pope cancels New Year’s Nativity visit over Covid fears

Pope Francis has cancelled his traditional New Year's Eve visit to the Nativity scene in St Peter's Square over concerns of spreading coronavirus among...

Anti-apartheid icon Desmond Tutu dies at 90

South African anti-apartheid icon Archbishop Desmond Tutu, described as the country's moral compass, died on Sunday aged 90, sparking an outpouring of tributes for...

Pope urges dialogue amid pandemic isolation

Pope Francis on Saturday urged dialogue on both personal and political levels as he celebrated a second Christmas under the shadow of a coronavirus...

Pope calls for humility in Christmas Eve mass

Pope Francis Friday called on the faithful to value the "little things in life" and show solidarity with the poor in his Christmas Eve...

Latin America no stranger to Church sexual abuse allegations

Latin America has not been immune from allegations of the sexual abuse of minors perpetrated by priests and those within the Catholic Church.

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