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October 07, 2020
October 07, 2020
Bishop Nicholas DiMarzio of Brooklyn has called new restrictions on houses of worship "outrageous," "unfair," "disrespectful" and an attack on religious freedom.
October 07, 2020
An eventual vaccine for COVID-19 would belong to the world and should not be hoarded greedily by countries hosting the lab or labs that develop it, Pope Francis said
October 07, 2020
Speaking on the feast of Our Lady of the Rosary, the Pope urged people to carry rosary beads with them in their pockets, adding that the rosary is “the most beautiful prayer we can offer to the Virgin Mary”
October 07, 2020
The exhibition explains the Christian concept of sin and salvation to an audience that may never have heard it before
October 07, 2020
Face coverings must be worn outdoors within the territory of Vatican City State
October 07, 2020
The SNP MP Margaret Ferrier attended Mass and read to the congregation the day after taking a coronavirus test in response to symptoms. Ferrier has faced calls to stand down from Parliament since it emerged last week that she had travelled 400 miles on a train from London to Glasgow despite having already received a
October 07, 2020
Archbishop Gallagher's remarks came in an interview with Crux.
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