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June 18, 2020
June 18, 2020
A parish is requesting prayers after a tabernacle containing the Eucharist was stolen from a church in Boone, North Carolina
June 18, 2020
Over the last seven decades at least 3,000 children were sexually abused by Catholic clergy or officials in France, according to the latest statements from an investigating commission
June 18, 2020
Bolton claims Trump was resistant to sanctioning China for its religious repression, saying that China’s crackdown on the Catholic Church 'didn’t register' with the US president
June 18, 2020
Pope Emeritus Benedict XVI has travelled to Germany to visit his ailing older brother, Mgr Georg Ratzinger.
June 18, 2020
A new website is providing free audio recordings of every lectionary reading to help priests in livestreaming Mass
June 18, 2020
The spring has brought with it both life and death. I became a mother in mid-March, with our daughter Lily arriving just before the lockdown began. The coronavirus epidemic has made early motherhood a very different experience to what I thought it would be. When I bought my diary back in December, six months pregnant,
June 18, 2020
The British parliament has given final approval to radically permissive abortion rules in Northern Ireland, despite the Northern Ireland Assembly opposing the move
June 18, 2020
The permanent closure of Catholic schools in the United States due to the ongoing pandemic would be an "American tragedy", the president of the US bishops' conference has said
June 18, 2020
Pope Francis praised Aristides de Sousa Mendes, a Portuguese diplomat who helped tens of thousands of Jews and others to flee from advancing Nazi forces
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