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November 20, 2018
November 20, 2018
The US edition of the Catholic Herald has been up and running for only one week, but we’re already burrowing into the American conscience. (Part of this is due to Jeremy Leasor’s fantastic sketches for our cover story. These have been a hit on Twitter.) The feedback has been strong and positive, even from those
November 20, 2018
Barry O’Sullivan was told he would never understand abortion because he is a man
November 20, 2018
Doctors thought Matteo Pio Colella was a lost cause, until the boy saw the saint in a dream
November 20, 2018
The sculptors want to build the 'largest sand nativity in Christendom' from 700 tons of sand
November 20, 2018
The Wall Street Journal says last year's tithe would have been about $820,000
November 20, 2018
Cardinal Blase Cupich has denied working with Cardinal Donald Wuerl on an alternative safeguarding proposal for the US bishops. The Vatican has appointed a new Archbishop of Hanoi amid a property dispute with the Vietnamese government. Hindu nationalists have beaten up a priest in Uttar Pradesh. The Greek Orthodox Holy Synod has voted to oppose
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