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November 12, 2020
November 12, 2020
St Augustine and Aquinas led Jennifer Frey to the Faith. Now she wants Catholic and contemporary philosophers to ‘talk more to each other’
November 12, 2020
Britain will host four-day celebrations to mark Queen Elizabeth II's 70 years on the throne in the spring of 2022.
November 12, 2020
In response to reports that militants linked to the Islamic State had beheaded more than 50 people in northern Mozambique, a Catholic charity is sending emergency aid to the affected diocese. Local media in Mozambique have reported that Islamist militants carried out executions on a soccer field in the village of Muidumbe in the country’s
November 12, 2020
St Mary of the Angels in Gloucestershire is a monument to the care and devotion of two remarkable women, says Rachel Morley
November 12, 2020
After thirty years of such reports, the idea that the Church has any credibility left to protect is absurd.
November 12, 2020
A retired Polish cardinal disciplined by the Vatican in early November has been hospitalized and remains unconscious, Polish media reported Nov. 10. Cardinal Henryk Gulbinowicz, the 97-year-old retired archbishop of Wroclaw, was banned from all public appearances and ordered to compensate his alleged victims, after being investigated for sexual abuse, the Vatican nunciature in Warsaw
November 12, 2020
Were this spectacle, rather than life imitating cruel farce, the anecdotes would be altogether worth the price of admission.
November 12, 2020
At 449 pages, the full Report will take time to unpack, but here are a few highlights from the executive summary and Vatican gloss.
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