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November 06, 2020
November 06, 2020
Cardinal Christian Tumi, who was kidnapped by gunmen Thursday evening in Cameroon’s Northwest Region, has been freed. “Glory be to God. Cardinal Tumi has been freed by the Separatist fighters. He is fine and in good health,” Bishop George Nkuo of Kumbo diocese announced on the afternoon of Nov. 6. The 90-year-old archbishop emeritus of
November 06, 2020
It’s the bishops, not Boris Johnson, who are ordained to run the Church
November 06, 2020
The long-awaited Vatican report on former cardinal Theodore McCarrick is reportedly expected to be published next week. Reuters reported on Thursday that the report would be published before a meeting of US bishops this month. According to CNA, sources at the Vatican’s Congregation for Bishops and Secretariat of State have independently given November 10 as
November 06, 2020
The UK witnessed nation-wide contempt in its first day of new lockdown measures. In London, 104 citizens were arrested as they protested the new guidelines.
November 06, 2020
The Election Day defeat of Rep. Collin Peterson, D-Minnesota, will shrink the number of pro-life Democrats in the House of Representatives by two when the 117th Congress is seated in January. Another pro-life Democrat, Rep. Dan Lipinski, D-Illinois, lost to a primary challenger earlier this year. “It’s just tragic. I think his race and Dan
November 06, 2020
Hurricane Eta reached Category 4 strength with sustained winds of 110 miles per hour as it slowly moved along the Nicaragua coast
November 06, 2020
Cardinal Nichols has predicted that the British government will soon abandon its ban on public worship
November 06, 2020
Without beauty, the Church will slide into cultural irrelevance
November 06, 2020
It was a joy to see a live audience after so long
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