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August 26, 2020
August 26, 2020
Catholics in Kenosha, Wisconsin, are praying for peace after a third night of violence following the police shooting of Jacob Blake
August 26, 2020
In the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC), a country which was already struggling to contain the Ebola outbreak, measles and cholera, and whose health system remains weak, the coronavirus crisis has brought a new challenge. Faced with a pandemic which continues to devastate lives and livelihoods, the Church has adopted all government recommendations and repeatedly
August 26, 2020
A leaked internal memo from the Labour party has revealed that data on the “proportion of population who are Catholic” in Scottish constituencies was used as part of the party’s 2019 general election “key seats strategy”.
August 26, 2020
The Vatican has ruled that the abbot of Ampleforth should not return to his community, four years after he stepped aside during an investigation into allegations against him
August 26, 2020
Social conservatives want Erin O'Toole him to recognise the role they played in his election
August 26, 2020
One of the more surprising consequences of the pandemic has been the evolution of Premier League foot­ballers into political activists. You might have thought players would spend the hiatus glued to their PlayStations, or worrying where their next haircut would come from. Instead, they have taken to the barricades, campaigning on racism, the environment, school
August 26, 2020
After a number of recent massacres in Colombia, Bishop Elkin Fernando Álvarez Botero, secretary general of the Colombian bishops’ conference, lamented that a "scandalously painful" point has been reached in the country
August 26, 2020
Fr Matthew Hood of Detroit sees God's Providence in all that has happened since his invalid baptism.
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