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October 01, 2020
October 01, 2020
While the world still obsesses over American popular culture, speaks American English and is reshaped by American wars, it is necessary to care about the American elections. They are, admittedly, hard to watch: a “Simpsons parody of a Bosch painting”, as Christopher Altieri puts it on page 18. For many voters, not unreasonably, the most
October 01, 2020
Vatican deficit smaller than last year, while struggles continue to implement reform, achieve transparency
October 01, 2020
Catholic Church officials in Russia have criticised planned religious law changes that will require all clergy who studied abroad to retrain in a Russian college
October 01, 2020
The tomb of Carlo Acutis, a 15-year-old Italian teenager who used his computer programming skills to spread devotion to the Eucharist, has been opened for veneration before his beatification in Assisi
October 01, 2020
Pompeo discussed China with Cardinal Pietro Parolin and Archbishop Paul Gallagher on Thursday
October 01, 2020
Intolerant political correctness is hindering religious freedom in the West, Vatican Secretary of State Cardinal Pietro Parolin has said.
October 01, 2020
The Vatican has sought to downplay the controversy over the denial of a papal audience to US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo
October 01, 2020
"This movement is not over. Our work and victories have just begun."
October 01, 2020
In the aftermath of the coronavirus pandemic, the world must aspire to be better and not return to its previous "sickened" normality, Pope Francis said
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