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January 05, 2018
January 05, 2018
The Braille Order of Mass, produced by the Latin Mass Society, is expected to be made available later this month
January 05, 2018
Pope Francis will arrive in Chile on January 15 and Peru on January 18
January 05, 2018
Ross Douthat and others hope for a stable truce between Christianity and aggressive liberalism. That's just wishful thinking
January 05, 2018
The world’s developed economies have got a new stage of unemployment – its level is back down to before financial crisis. According to data from OECD unemployment level fell 5.6pc in October across the 35 countries, while in 2010 its peak was 8.5pc. The eurozone overall still suffers a jobless rate of 8.8pc, below its
January 05, 2018
Pakistan has faced international condemnation over its treatment of religious minorities
January 05, 2018
There is a craving by young Catholics to have access to the Church's forgotten rituals
January 05, 2018
A new book examines the historical evidence
January 05, 2018
They were martyred, probably by Islamic extremists, in the early 1990s
January 05, 2018
Modern-day Pharisees are trying to get round the Church's teaching on objective right and wrong. Their next target? Humanae Vitae
January 05, 2018
Street fashion is a unique way to express yourself, stand out from the crowd and show you own sense of fashion and even create your own trend. New York is the perfect place to act like this, and if you look around you will notice how many people wear extraordinary and uncommon clothes. You will
January 05, 2018
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