June 20, 2022
June 20, 2022
An American Catholic Bishop has been caught up in a row with a middle school over flying flags championing the Black Lives Matter (BLM) and Gay Pride movements.  The Most Reverend Robert McManus – Bishop of Worcester – said BLM was a threat to Catholic values, as he stripped the Nativity School in Massachusetts of
June 20, 2022
Nigeria has been rocked by yet more attacks against the country’s sizeable Christian population. Africa’s most populous country – split nearly 50-50 between Christians (concentrated in the south) and Muslims (concentrated in the north, where Sharia law is widely implemented) – saw gunmen attack a Catholic Mass earlier this month, killing over fifty worshippers. That
June 20, 2022
After a months-long impasse, A Jesuit middle school in Worcester, Massachusetts, has had its Catholic status revoked by the local bishop for defying his order to stop flying flags supporting LGBT pride and the Black Lives Matter movement. “The flying of these flags in front of a Catholic school sends a mixed, confusing and scandalous
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