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October 05, 2020
October 05, 2020
Angelico Press has published another imaginative work from their unconventional list of authors. This time it is The Gentle Traditionalist Returns, by Roger Buck. Described by its author as “a comic book without pictures”, it is designed as a fable, to show how New Age thinking in all its subtle and seductive forms is waging
October 05, 2020
The Prefect of the Dicastery for Laity, Family, and Life, Cardinal Kevin Farrell is to be president of the Commission on Reserved Matters
October 05, 2020
Pope Francis told a group of investment bankers Monday that fair conduct and transparency are essential in the field of finance. “Christian thought is not contrary in principle to the prospect of profit, rather it is contrary to profit at any cost, to profit which forgets man, makes him a slave, reduces him to one
October 05, 2020
The Nicaragua Catholic Bishops' Conference has described Daniel Ortega's presidency as "illegitimate" and has criticised a recent wave of governmental laws designed to punish political dissent.
October 05, 2020
President Donald Trump’s announcement he and first lady Melania Trump tested positive for COVID-19 “is a sobering reminder of our shared vulnerability, but also our common responsibility for the good of one another,” Chicago Cardinal Blase J. Cupich tweeted on Friday. “As we continue to pray for the full recovery of all those suffering from
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