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January 28, 2020
January 28, 2020
Bitter or boring evangelisers will not help the Gospel or the Catholic Church, Pope Francis said. The Church and the Gospel will only “move forward with evangelisers (who are) joyful, full of life,” the Pope said on January 28. Christians must not be afraid or embarrassed to express the true joy that comes from having
January 28, 2020
Hours before he died Sunday, basketball superstar Kobe Bryant attended Mass at Our Lady Queen of Angels Catholic Church in Newport Beach, California. His parish is now praying for his soul. Holy Mass was offered Monday at the parish for the souls of Kobe Bryant, his daughter Gianna, and seven other victims of the January
January 28, 2020
A parish priest in Northern Ireland barred the Irish nationalist party Sinn Féin from holding a meeting at a church-owned hall earlier this month over its pro-abortion stance. The party has historically enjoyed significant Catholic support. The Irish News reported that Fr Eugene O’Neill, parish priest in Coalisland, 15 miles north of Armagh, cancelled a
January 28, 2020
Advocates and survivors of abuse perpetrated by priests of the Legionaries of Christ say that the religious order has no hope of authentic reform without wholesale replacement of the Legion’s leadership figures. “As long as the same people are in power, there will continue to be manipulation, authoritarianism and cover-up,” Adriana Lozano, a consecrated laywoman
January 28, 2020
Pope Francis has co-authored a book of reflections on the life of St John Paul II to be published in Italian. The book, entitled “St John Paul the Great,” is the product of a series of conversations between Pope Francis and Fr Luigi Maria Epicoco which took place from June 2019 to January 2020, according
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