Christianity

Arts, Culture & Media

Mexican Mennonites

The northern Mexican State of Chihuahua is one of Mexico's most violent. But Christian Mennonites, who above all are pacifists, are also a part of the state's tapestry. The World's Lorne Matalon traveled to Chihuahua to meet some of them.

Global Politics

Picking a U.S. Vatican ambassador

Anchor Marco Werman speaks with Richard Owen, correspondent for the Times of London, about reports that the Vatican has rejected at least three of Barack Obama's picks for U.S. Ambassador to the Vatican. One of those on the list was reportedly Caroline Kennedy. The Vatican denies the reports.

Arts, Culture & Media

Relics on tour in the UK

The relics of a revered 19th century nun are on tour in England. It's the first time in nearly five centuries that the Catholic Church in England has so publicly venerated the remains of a saint. The World's Laura Lynch brings us the story.

Global Politics

Vote for gay marriage in Mexico City

Mexico City lawmakers voted to make their city the first in Latin America to legalize same-sex marriages. But the move has many opponents around Mexico. Anchor Marco Werman speaks with Jose Carreno, a contributor to the Mexican newspaper Excelsior.