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September 25, 2019
September 25, 2019
Pope Francis said on Wednesday that slander is a ‘diabolical cancer’ that seriously damages the Church. “We know that slander always kills. This ‘diabolical cancer,’ which arises from the desire to destroy a person’s reputation, also attacks the rest of the ecclesial body,” Pope Francis said on September 25 in his general audience in St.
September 25, 2019
A Mexican archbishop has denounced the “shameful corruption” in his country. Officials in Burundi have claimed that bishops are “spitting venomous hatred”. An Indian archbishop has appealed for dialogue with Hindus over “forced conversion” allegations. The former Archbishop of Tokyo has accused the Roman Curia of hindering the Japanese Church. Tom Phillips reports on rising
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