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July 21, 2020
July 21, 2020
The US Conference of Catholic Bishops will pray for 'the restoration of Hagia Sophia as a place of prayer and reflection for all peoples'
July 21, 2020
Fr Emanuel Moscatelli officiated at a ceremony in which two women, friends of the priest, contracted a civil union, in a ceremony described in the Italian media as a wedding.
July 21, 2020
Weeks after protesters toppled a statue of Christopher Columbus, members of Baltimore's Italian American community are developing a plan to reproduce it
July 21, 2020
The Greek president urged the Pope to advocate for the preservation of the status quo regarding Hagia Sophia
July 21, 2020
The Vatican stated on Tuesday that Pope Francis did not intervene in last year’s controversy over the exhumation of the body of Francisco Franco
July 21, 2020
The Catholic University of America held a Mass on Monday for 21-year-old student Daniel Anderl, who died in a shooting at his family home
July 21, 2020
There’s a persistent urban myth that Newcastle United wear black and white stripes thanks to the Dominican Order. A Dutch priest, Fr Dalmatius Houtmann OP, was an early supporter of Newcastle East End FC, a Victorian football team that played just over the railway lines from St Dominic’s Priory Church. In his full Dominican habit,
July 21, 2020
Several Catholic churches in the United States reported vandalism and other damage to statues over the past weekend, the latest in a spate of church vandalism
July 21, 2020
Transgender lawsuit against Catholic hospital cites new US Supreme Court precedent
July 21, 2020
The attorney general of Texas told religious private schools in the state that local governments are not allowed to order them to close or to dictate COVID-19 precautionary measures to them.
July 21, 2020
Australian Catholic students have sent an open letter to the country’s bishops ahead of the upcoming Fifth Plenary Council of the Church in the country, urging the bishops to remain committed to the Church’s teaching and reject calls for the ordination of women. 
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