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November 03, 2021
November 03, 2021
A Catholic woman was thrown out of a council meeting after she accused local politicians of having blood on their hands over a multi-million pound development deal with a Chinese-owned company. Maureen O’Bern was escorted from the public gallery of Wigan Town Hall after she interjected in a planning committee debate to complain about the
November 03, 2021
The damage wrought by ecological degradation and climate change are as bad as those inflicted by a global war, the Pope has told world leaders at COP26. In a three-minute address to the Glasgow summit, the Holy Father said the effort to remedy the damage must be equal to that of rebuilding Europe and other
November 03, 2021
Denver Newsroom, Nov 2, 2021 / 17:28 pm The Supreme Court has declined to intervene in a lawsuit against a Catholic hospital that declined to perform a hysterectomy on a woman who identifies as a transgender man on the grounds that doing so would violate Catholic ethics and the U.S. bishops’ directives. “In keeping with
November 03, 2021
Washington, D.C. Newsroom, Nov 2, 2021 / 17:25 pm A draft text of the U.S. bishops’ forthcoming document on Eucharistic coherence does not make explicit mention of denying the sacrament from certain high-profile Catholics and instead focuses on the importance of teaching the Real Presence of the Eucharist and the Eucharist as a tool for
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