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May 01, 2019
May 01, 2019
The Vatican newspaper, L’Osservatore Romano, named a new director and editorial board for its women’s magazine, “Women-Church-World.” The announcement came a little more than one month after the magazine’s founder and former director, Lucetta Scaraffia, resigned along with her editorial staff, claiming a lack of trust and support from the new management at the newspaper.
May 01, 2019
A group of academics and priests have accused Pope Francis of committing the canonical crime of heresy. The group, which includes the prominent Dominican theologian Fr Aidan Nichols, have put their names to a letter arguing that the Pope has “denied truths of the faith”. They say that his words, when combined with his public
May 01, 2019
Pope Francis Wednesday reminded those who think belief in the devil is antiquated or outdated that Satan really exists and that Jesus himself experienced his temptations and overcame them. “So began the public life of Jesus, with the temptation that comes from Satan. Satan was present,” the Pope said on May 1. “Many people say:
May 01, 2019
Canada legalized euthanasia in June 2016, and the country is now beginning to see the first fruits of the law. A new report, covering only a portion of the country, shows that Canadian doctors are already killing human beings at an alarming rate — approximately 8 patients a day. The Catholic News Agency reports: The
May 01, 2019
Cardinal Malcolm Ranjith has accused Sri Lanka’s leaders of indulging in “blame games” after the Easter Sunday bombings. ISIS leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi is seeking to “sow terror everywhere” with his latest message, Patriarch Louis Raphaël I Sako has said. A German tribunal has placed an injunction on a documentary claiming that priests use nuns
May 01, 2019
Police in Glasgow are investigating vandalism committed Monday at St. Simon’s parish, an attack the archdiocese has called ‘shameful’. Local police announced on Twitter “significant vandalism was carried out” in the church April 29 between 1:30 and 4 pm. The Archdiocese of Glasgow called it “a shameful attack on a much loved church,” adding: “Let’s
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