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June 30, 2020
June 30, 2020
A total of 6,666 abortions were performed in Ireland in the first year following the repeal of the country’s pro-life Eighth Amendment
June 30, 2020
In a 5-4 ruling June 30, the Supreme Court said the exclusion of religious schools in Montana's state scholarship aid program violated the federal Constitution.
June 30, 2020
Appropriately in this time of plague, the capital’s Victorian cemeteries have proved a haven for appreciating this extraordinary best of springtimes. The most magical, long neglected until recently, Nunhead Cemetery in South London, is a woodland paradise – cow parsley and intensely blue borage everywhere, suffused by pungent wild garlic and echoing to the sounds
June 30, 2020
The Way of St Benedict By Rowan Williams Bloomsbury Continuum, 160pp, £12.99 Rowan Williams describes St Benedict as “uncompromisingly prosaic”. For the saint, the monastic community is a workshop, a place in which members of the community use specific tools which are lent to us by Christ, to be returned on the Last Day, when
June 30, 2020
Britain’s choral tradition is under “major threat” due to government guidance on reopening churches, a leading choral director has said.
June 30, 2020
Giuseppe Ungaretti admired Catholicism, but went in a very different direction
June 30, 2020
St Louis is 'a namesake with whom we should be proud to identify', the archdiocese said
June 30, 2020
Pope Francis extended a special greeting to the Patriarch Bartholomew on the feast of Saints Peter and Paul.
June 30, 2020
The hospital, in southwestern Nairobi, has treated Kenyans who cannot afford to pay the services in commercial hospitals
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