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October 02, 2020
October 02, 2020
The traditional back and forth badinage of the evening was absent, replaced by a sober and serious tone.
October 02, 2020
Lay Catholics also criticized the government's proposal and called on Christians worldwide to defend a 450-foot memorial cross, the world's tallest, from demolition
October 02, 2020
Twenty-seventh Sunday of the Year Isaiah 5: 1-7; Philippians 3: 6-9; Matthew 21: 33-43 “Let me sing to my friend the song of his love for his vineyard. My friend had a vineyard on a fertile hillside. He dug the soil, cleared it of stones, and planted choice vines in it. He expected it to yield grapes,
October 02, 2020
A Nigerian Catholic priest, abducted for the second time in two years, has now been released whilst two other locals have been kidnapped. Fr Jude Onyebadi, who went missing on Saturday evening in Delta State, south Nigeria, was later freed by his kidnappers and is now receiving treatment in a hospital in Asaba. The priest
October 02, 2020
The swearing-in ceremony for new Swiss Guards has been moved from May to this coming Sunday
October 02, 2020
The 2020 award will be shared by Tracey Rowland and Jean-Luc Marion
October 02, 2020
Cardinal Timothy Dolan of the Archdiocese of New York called Judge Amy Coney Barrett the “best candidate” for the Supreme Court vacancy, and said she, like her potential predecessor, faces biases due to her sex, family, and faith
October 02, 2020
Sophia Institute Press has collected a sparkling collection of the occasional essays written recently for Crisis Magazine by New York’s most well-read priest. Our Peculiar Times: Catholic Wisdom for Times of Crisis by Fr George Rutler is a pleasure to read by all those who value Fr Rutler’s distinctive blend of humour, irony and erudition.
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