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September 21, 2020
September 21, 2020
Lebanese Cardinal Bechara Rai warned that the Christian presence in the Middle East is shrinking and Church leaders "are called to face the winds that blow in our homelands"
September 21, 2020
A rare early edition of William Shakespeare’s last play, The Two Noble Kinsmen, has been recovered from Royal Scots College in Salamanca, Spain. Dr John Stone, a University of Barcelona researcher working on the Scottish economist Adam Smith, recovered the volume in the Scots college library. Royal Scots College is a seminary for the Catholic
September 21, 2020
Pope Francis called for an ethical distribution of the vaccine to everyone, especially those who are struggling financially
September 21, 2020
'Each one of us is beautiful in the eyes of God, and He loves us. This makes us feel the need to say to God: thank you!' the Pope told the children
September 21, 2020
'One person at a time in this great Cathedral to pray? What an insult. This is a mockery,' Cordileone said
September 21, 2020
Three years ago, my family and I relocated from London to Genoa. This summer, as our adventure comes to an end and we prepare to return to life in the UK, I find myself thinking of all the things I will miss about life in Italy – not least the fact of being a Catholic
September 21, 2020
On a Saturday morning in July, I stood for a few moments on the edge of the main road that runs from Slough to Maidenhead, somewhere between the site of the Taplow Giant Car Boot Sale and the Nike Factory Shop. And then, turning heel, I began walking south, away from the hum of traffic,
September 21, 2020
A word? Well, it was voted “word of the year” by the American Dialect Society in 1998, because it was becoming increasingly used in such expressions as email and e-business – “e” being short for electronic. But for most of us, e is just a letter – though in English an especially interesting one. I’m
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