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September 15, 2020
September 15, 2020
Religious freedom must be the result of any renewed Vatican agreement with China, the US Commission on International Religious Freedom has emphasized
September 15, 2020
Taiwan’s foreign ministry says it has received assurances from the Vatican regarding the renewal of the Vatican-China deal
September 15, 2020
Archbishop Tadeusz Kondrusiewicz wrote to the State Border Committee after he was turned back at the border on August 31 while attempting to re-enter Belarus following a trip to Poland
September 15, 2020
The actress Hilary Swank has said that a woman can be maternal without being a mother – she’s 46 and doesn’t have children – and I totally agree with her. No female educated in convent school harbours the notion that women can only be fulfilled by biological motherhood. Every convent schoolgirl has known nuns who
September 15, 2020
One of the Netherlands’ most prominent advocates and practitioners of euthanasia now believes Britain was right to be cautious about legalising the practice because it “irrevocably” leads to the “random killing of defenceless sick people”
September 15, 2020
Archbishop Cordileone called on Catholics to participate in Eucharistic processions across the city - in part to protest limits on public worship
September 15, 2020
Catholic bishops said they were disappointed by figures showing abortions in England and Wales were at their highest recorded level
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