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November 26, 2019
November 26, 2019
Although investigators are looking into a controversial Vatican investment in a luxury London property development, whether the deal was corrupt is still an open question, Pope Francis said Tuesday. Answering questions aboard the papal plane from Tokyo to Rome Nov. 26, the pope said that investing funds from Peter’s Pence is an acceptable form of
November 26, 2019
Earlier this month, a skirmish broke out on the American right between white nationalists and classical liberals. The white nationalists, calling themselves the “groyper army” (don’t ask), have been attending campus events organised by classical liberals in order to ask questions about “demographic replacement”, US support for Israel and the morality of homosexual acts –
November 26, 2019
On November 8, Governor Andrew Cuomo of New York signed into law sweeping new legislation that not only expands access to abortion, and abortifacient drugs, but effectively demands that every crisis pregnancy clinic, hospital, school, faith-based business and church conform to the new secular dogma that abortion is healthcare. Or else. The so-called “Boss Bill”
November 26, 2019
Two Catholic priests have been convicted of sexually abusing students students at an institute that cared for deaf children. The priests have been sentenced to more than 40 years in an Argentine prison. Their victims say one abuser should have been stopped seven years before his arrest, when he was accused of abusing children at
November 26, 2019
At a Jesuit university in Tokyo on Tuesday, Pope Francis said a quality university education should not be something out of reach for the average person, and should promote justice and the common good. He asked Nov. 26 that the education of students at Sophia University may prepare them to “be concerned that their conduct
November 26, 2019
A priest kidnapped by jihadists in Yemen has attributed his survival to prayer. An Argentine court has sentenced two priests to more than 40 years in prison for abusing deaf children. The Pope’s personal secretary will leave the post in December. A Japanese boxer who converted to Catholicism on death row attended yesterday’s papal Mass
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