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September 01, 2020
September 01, 2020
From this weekend, Catholics living in Wisconsin will once again be required to go to Mass on Sunday, provided they are healthy and not at risk for coronavirus.
September 01, 2020
The leader of the Diocese of Hong Kong has written to all the clergy telling them to avoid politics in homilies and admonishing them for “offensive” and “provocative” preaching. 
September 01, 2020
Cardinal Pietro Parolin has written an introduction to a book describing the continuity between Pope Francis and his predecessor Pope Emeritus Benedict XVI.
September 01, 2020
The Downside community’s decision to leave their home for the past two centuries will allow members to focus on core monastic principles, the abbot said
September 01, 2020
Louisiana priests are now also providing essential hurricane relief to areas devastated by recent storm damage.
September 01, 2020
The archbishop of Minsk-Mogilev said the decision to refuse him entry to his homeland was 'absolutely incomprehensible' and contravened the law.
September 01, 2020
Temporary measures allowing women in England who are up to ten weeks pregnant to take abortion pills at home may become permanent, a government minister has announced.
September 01, 2020
Archbishop Cordileone called on the city’s secular authorities to “at a minimum, remove the excessive limits on outdoor public worship.”
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