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July 20, 2020
July 20, 2020
A volunteer questioned by French police in connection with the fire at Nantes Cathedral has been released without charge
July 20, 2020
“But who, if it comes to that, has fully realised that history is not contained in thick books, but lives in our very blood?” Carl Jung’s words, written in a different context, are a useful lens for the current debate on the legacy of slavery. That debate is dogged by a persistent error: that the
July 20, 2020
The Church in Germany received more money in church tax than ever before in 2019 despite losing a record number of members
July 20, 2020
The Catholic Church in the Philippines has said it will ultimately "cease to exist" if it remains silent about threats to civil liberties.
July 20, 2020
The Vatican’s Congregation for Clergy has published instructions on reforming parishes and restructuring dioceses to better serve their “singular mission of evangelization”
July 20, 2020
A 39-year-old cathedral volunteer has been detained as part of the arson investigation after a major fire at the Cathedral at Nantes on Saturday. French authorities warned against any “premature” judgment of the detained man. “We must remain careful as to the interpretation of this police custody. It’s a normal procedure,” public prosecutor Pierres Sennès
July 20, 2020
Pope Francis said he is praying for the families of victims of clashes between Armenia and Azerbaijan, and hopes differences can be resolved peacefully.
July 20, 2020
Pope Francis has named Italian surgeon Giovanni Battista Doglietto as director of the Vatican health fund known as Fondo di Assistenza Sanitaria (FAS)
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