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August 25, 2018
The Pope spoke to eight Irish survivors of clerical abuse for an hour and a half
August 24, 2018
Fr Edmundo Paredes is accused of assaulting three teenage boys
August 22, 2018
The Bishop of Portsmouth made the request to Pope Francis as the abuse scandal continues
August 22, 2018
The Bishop of Derry said it was not a time for quick, smart answers but for thoughtful listening
August 22, 2018
The cardinal faces continuing criticism over his handling of the abuse crisis
August 22, 2018
The tour comes amid one of the biggest crises in the history of the US Church
January 01, 1970
Pro-democracy protests in Hong Kong have continued to escalate into violence, with many apparent incidents of forceful police tactics, including at a Catholic church, caught on camera and uploaded to social media. A bystander video widely circulated on social media shows at least four riot police officers entering what appear to be offices at Holy
January 01, 1970
Some figures in the Catholic Church and Protestant loyalist groups in Scotland are seeking to reach a compromise regarding Protestant marches passing by Catholic churches. Opposition to Orange walks have increased since last July, when a priest, Canon Tom White, was spat at and verbally abused while greeting parishioners after Mass while an Orange march
January 01, 1970
A mentally ill woman who identified herself as a Catholic is being held for blasphemy in Indonesia after an incident last week in which she brought a dog to a mosque and did not remove her shoes inside. The woman, who has a schizophrenia diagnosis, was arrested on July 2 for blaspheming Islam, which is
January 01, 1970
Pro-democracy protests in Hong Kong have continued to escalate into violence, with many apparent incidents of forceful police tactics, including at a Catholic church, caught on camera and uploaded to social media. A bystander video widely circulated on social media shows at least four riot police officers entering what appear to be offices at Holy
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