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March 31, 2022
March 31, 2022
Reeling from two blows to liturgical traditionalists in July and December 2021, the Priestly Fraternity of Saint Peter (FSSP) attained a degree of respite last month. Belonging to the largest of the communities within the Church whose purpose and charism entail the celebration of the sacraments in the Tridentine Roman rites, FSSP leaders Fr Benoît Paul-Joseph and
March 31, 2022
Covid hasn’t been good for any of us, but at least it’s been temporary. For unborn children, unfortunately, it has indirectly been a disaster. At the beginning of lockdown, the government quietly eased an important part of the Abortion Act 1967. Citing the inaccessibility of licensed clinics to those confined at home, it temporarily removed
March 31, 2022
Members of Parliament have voted to make permanent a policy adopted during the coronavirus pandemic that allows British women to self-administer both doses of abortion drugs at home, without visiting a medical clinic. The House of Commons vote on an amendment to the Health and Care Bill 2021 was 215 to 188. “The group of
March 31, 2022
A Finnish court has cleared a Christian MP of hate crimes after she was prosecuted for quoting verses from the Bible. A court in Helsinki dismissed all charges against Päivi Räsänen, a physician and mother of five, and Juhana Pohjola, a bishop of the Evangelical Lutheran Mission Diocese of Finland, after a free speech trial
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