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June 04, 2020
June 04, 2020
Thousands of protesters in Hong Kong held public vigils for the anniversary of the Tiananmen Square massacre, despite police orders forbidding large gatherings
June 04, 2020
China's communist government has issued a directive asking priests to 'preach on patriotism' as a condition for reopening liturgical services
June 04, 2020
VatiVision will stream religious-themed programming as well as movies, documentaries and series related to art and culture
June 04, 2020
Safety measures and liturgical guidelines which will inform the reopening of churches have been finalised by the Bishops' Conference of Scotland
June 04, 2020
Pope Francis called Bishop Mark Seitz of the Diocese of El Paso, Texas, after the bishop joined a demonstration against racial discrimination to pray for George Floyd.
June 04, 2020
The governor of Delaware has amended controversial restrictions on houses of worship after a local church threatened a lawsuit
June 04, 2020
The Archbishop of Kampala urged all Catholics to pray for the intercession of St Charles Lwanga and his companions
June 04, 2020
Pope Francis has called Archbishop Jose Gomez, president of the US bishops’ conference, to express his prayers and solidarity for Americans during the ongoing period of national unrest
June 04, 2020
Two English bishops say they "stand in solidarity" with anti-racism protests in the United States, declaring that "racism is an evil which must be opposed."
June 04, 2020
Hong Kong, citing concerns over COVID-19, has not granted permission for the annual public commemoration of the Tiananmen Square massacre, but a Catholic official said people will still be marking the date. “We may not be able to be at the Victoria Park this year, but it does not mean that there will be no
June 04, 2020
The Diocese of Madison will file suit if parishes are not permitted to operate at the same capacity as retail outlets
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