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November 01, 2020
November 01, 2020
Discussing the new book, titled Free at Last: A Cup of Water, a Death Sentence, and an Inspiring Story of One Woman’s Unwavering Faith, Bibi declared: “I wasn’t involved in its drafting. I don’t know when she [Tollet] wrote it, whose story is it and who guided her for the book. I absolutely do not agree with this book because it’s not my autobiography.”
November 01, 2020
Victoria Seed says the Catholic Bishops of England and Wales are right to demand the government account for the suppression of public worship.
November 01, 2020
Measures take effect Nov 5, and will stay in place for a period of four weeks. The Catholic Bishops of England and Wales question the need to restrict public worship, and demand to see evidence in support of the decision.
November 01, 2020
There are practical ways to limit the negative impact of technology, and maximise the good
November 01, 2020
France has been placed on high alert following a knife attack at a church in Nice, which left three people dead. The suspect was shot by police at the scene and was later taken to hospital, where he remains in a critical condition. This is what we know so far about the attack: What happened? According
November 01, 2020
On Wednesday, Bishop Paul McAleenan lamented the deaths of four family members who drowned trying to make their way across the English Channel. Rasoul Iran-Nejad and Shiva Mohammad Panahi, both aged 35, died alongside their children Anita, aged 9, and Armin, aged 6, as they made their way from France to the UK on Tuesday.
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