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April 06, 2020
April 06, 2020
Foreign secretary Dominic Raab will deputise 'where necessary'
April 06, 2020
Unable to lead the traditional Palm Sunday procession through Jerusalem, Archbishop Pierbattista Pizzaballa, OFM, apostolic administrator of the Latin Patriarchate of Jerusalem, blessed the city with a relic of the True Cross
April 06, 2020
Cardinal Gerhard Mueller, the Vatican’s former doctrinal chief, described the change as an act of “theological barbarism”
April 06, 2020
Pope Francis established an emergency fund to help communities in the Catholic Church's mission territories affected by the coronavirus pandemic
April 06, 2020
Many people suffering from poverty are victims of the 'structural injustice' of today’s global economy, Pope Francis said
April 06, 2020
The FSSP will provide a live-streamed sung liturgy at the request of the Archbishop of Liverpool
April 06, 2020
'This Holy Week will be different. Our churches may be closed, but Christ is not quarantined and his Gospel is not in chains,' Archbishop Gomez said
April 06, 2020
The Archbishop of Turin has announced a special online exposition of the Shroud
April 06, 2020
Those who love the late Archbishop Fulton Sheen and who hope to see him canonised one day will easily recognise him in the affectionate portrait of him drawn by his niece. My Uncle Fulton Sheen by Joan Sheen Cunningham (Gracewing £12.99) describes how, as a ten-year-old girl from the family of Sheen’s second brother, she
April 06, 2020
A Trappist monastery is offering an unusual but necessary act of charity amid the global pandemic - free caskets to financially struggling families who have lost a loved one
April 06, 2020
We can use the lockdown to “rediscover that life is of no use if not used to serve others”, Pope Francis said on Palm Sunday. A German priest is going to court after continuing to celebrate public Mass despite the lockdown (German report). The AP reports on the launch of “Catholics for Trump”. A new
April 06, 2020
I have been trying to read a chapter of the Gospels daily during Lent. My copy is the Navarre Bible, published by Four Courts Press. Recently I was struck by the commentary concerning Mark 15:39, concerning the conversion of the Roman centurion who witnessed Christ’s death on Calvary. The commentary says, “Regarding this passage St
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