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October 12, 2020
October 12, 2020
Former Vatican finance czar Cardinal George Pell met with Pope Francis in a private audience at the Vatican Monday
October 12, 2020
Tim Farron said that people 'need the solace of faith' and that churches had shown they can open safely
October 12, 2020
Thousands sang and applauded as Italian teen Carlo Acutis was beatified in a town dear to him and to many Christians around the world: Assisi
October 12, 2020
An unpublished document by the Education and Training Boards Ireland has raised concerns about the prominence of Catholic practices and symbols in Irish State Schools. The document says that mandatory graduation Masses, diocesan inspections and the prevalence of Catholic symbols found in many formerly vocational schools are contrary to the Education and Training Boards’ (ETBs)
October 12, 2020
When St Jerome’s new translation of the Book of Jonah into Latin was read out in church in Oea in North Africa, it nearly caused a riot. It was the passage where God causes a bush to spring up to shelter Jonah from the scorching sun (Jonah 4:6-7). The word for the bush was usually
October 12, 2020
David Fincher’s The Social Network, starring Jesse Eisenberg, Justin Timberlake and Andrew Garfield, turns 10 this autumn. In its focus on the origins of Facebook it seems rather quaint and dated; yet, in its depiction of the new meritocracy and the peculiar character formation of the techie world, it is perhaps more relevant today than
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