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September 18, 2020
CNA Staff
Poland’s bishops have intervened in a debate over whether their country should withdraw from a European treaty on preventing violence against women
September 18, 2020
CNA Staff
Fr Tony Flannery has declined to submit to four doctrinal propositions as a condition of returning to ministry
September 18, 2020
Catholic News Service
Cardinal Rainer Maria Woelki warned that the Synodal Path could lead to a "German national church."
September 17, 2020
Junno Arocho Esteves
The legislation would be a defeat for human dignity and would affirm a self-centred view of life, the Spanish bishops' conference says
September 16, 2020
Junno Arocho Esteves
Bishops in Malta warned that two new bills meant to protect people's rights would instead threaten personal freedoms
September 15, 2020
CNA Staff
Archbishop Tadeusz Kondrusiewicz wrote to the State Border Committee after he was turned back at the border on August 31 while attempting to re-enter Belarus following a trip to Poland
September 15, 2020
Staff Reporter
One of the Netherlands’ most prominent advocates and practitioners of euthanasia now believes Britain was right to be cautious about legalising the practice because it “irrevocably” leads to the “random killing of defenceless sick people”
September 11, 2020
CNA Staff
Montano has been sentenced to more than 133 years in prison.
September 11, 2020
Courtney Mares/CNA
A senior Vatican official arrived in Belarus for talks on Friday after the leader of the country’s Catholic Church was barred from returning to his homeland
September 10, 2020
CNA Staff
Cardinal Hollerich said that Europe should be “ashamed” after a fire devastated the continent’s largest refugee camp, leaving 13,000 people without shelter.
September 08, 2020
Hannah Brockhaus/CNA
According to a longtime missionary in Africa, Fr Martin Lasarte, one of the biggest threats to Christianity in Europe is the secularism of the culture entering into the Church
September 08, 2020
Catholic News Agency
“We deplore a ‘return to normal’ of this unfortunate trend,” the group Protège ton église said
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