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The decision comes after the Pope was reported to have a “slight” illness by a Vatican spokesman
February 28, 2020
The Vatican has implemented special health measures and cancelled some events as more than 500 people have tested positive for coronavirus in Italy
February 28, 2020
There was a time when the nation would set aside partisan differences and ask God to pour His graces upon all of us in a time of anxiety and fear
February 28, 2020
The remarks Pope Francis prepared for Thursday’s penitential liturgy at Rome’s cathedral archbasilica of St John Lateran are tempting to tea leaf-readers. One may resist that temptation, however, and still glean from his prepared remarks some not insignificant insight into the mind of Francis the governor of the universal Church. The reflection was chock-full of
February 28, 2020
The Pope focused the three causes of bitterness: problems with faith, problems with the bishop, and problems with brother priests
February 28, 2020
Two Catholic religious sisters have expressed their support for a pro-abortion primary challenger to one of the last remaining pro-life Democrats in Congress
February 28, 2020
Archbishop Lenga rejected the Church instruction and vowed to go on denouncing "heresy and sectarianism"
February 28, 2020
The archbishop said that because of the state’s policies, “nothing prevents party affiliation from being made public”
February 28, 2020
Bibi wants to live closer to French writer Anne-Isabelle Tollet, who was influential in her fight for freedom
February 28, 2020
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