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October 03, 2016
October 03, 2016
Bishop Oliver Dashe Doeme of Maiduguri said the terrorist group have been pushed back
October 03, 2016
A book by former director-general of the BBC, Mark Thompson, makes a case for the importance of rediscovering a shared language
October 03, 2016
Making the murdered French priest a saint will also challenge Catholics to ask themselves, am I prepared to die in God's service?
October 03, 2016
Cardinal Gerald Lacroix of Quebec said he would not follow in the steps of other Canadian bishops
October 03, 2016
Quoting a Muslim poet, Francis said religions should help people build better societies
October 03, 2016
Mother Marie Adele Garnier, the foundress of the Tyburn Nuns, wrote of the Eucharistic miracle in a letter to a friend
October 03, 2016
The retired pope had hoped to stay in the papacy until 2014, according to Mgr Georg Gaenswein
October 03, 2016
The Archbishop of Rouen led a procession through Saint-Etienne-du-Rouvray before celebrating Mass at the church
October 03, 2016
Cardinals Burke, Caffarra and Pujats are among 4,000 signatories who affirm the Church's teachings on marriage and the Eucharist
October 03, 2016
Pope Francis gave a press conference on his flight from Azerbaijan to Rome
October 03, 2016
However, the Pope also told reporters people convinced they were born in the wrong body deserve attentive pastoral care
October 03, 2016
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