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July 06, 2020
July 06, 2020
The Catholic Church can only rebuild trust in its handling of clerical abuse by “taking responsibility for clarifying all crimes and omissions,” the Primate of Poland said on Monday
July 06, 2020
MPs will attempt to pass an amendment to “decriminalise” abortion up to 28 weeks on Monday, in a move pro-life campaigners say would leave England and Wales with “the most extreme abortion law in Europe”.
July 06, 2020
Livestreamed Masses have been wonderful. But Catholicism is, after all, a touchy-feely religion
July 06, 2020
Bishop Mark Davies has said that parishes have seen “dramatic fall” in income as a result of the coronavirus lockdown
July 06, 2020
Priests in the Archdiocese of Dublin have had to agree a 25 per cent cut in their personal allowance
July 06, 2020
The questions journalists have now, are: “What made Pope Francis not say the thing?” and “What does this tell us about both the Vatican’s China policy and who has the Pope’s ear in these and other regards?”
July 06, 2020
On the evening of Independence Day, a crowd in Sacramento tore down a statue of St. Junipero Serra, set fire to it, and beat it with sledgehammers. The statue, on the grounds of California’s state capitol, was the third figure of the missionary saint to be torn down by crowds in California in recent weeks.
July 06, 2020
Pope Francis applauded the United Nations Security Council Sunday for its recent resolution calling for an immediate global ceasefire amid the coronavirus pandemic. “The call for a global and immediate ceasefire, which would allow the peace and security necessary to provide the urgently needed humanitarian assistance, is commendable,” Pope Francis said after his Angelus prayer
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