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November 11, 2015
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Tyshawn Lee was killed in alleged gang execution on November 2
November 11, 2015
Associated Press
Pope Francis is scheduled to visit the war-torn country later this month
November 10, 2015
Carol Glatz
'I want a happy Church with the face of a mother, who understands, accompanies, caresses,' Holy Father tells Italian Catholics
November 10, 2015
Cindy Wooden
'Homilies should be the transmission of God's grace,' Holy Father says as he ordains new auxiliary bishop of Rome
November 10, 2015
Madeleine Teahan
LIFE has welcomed the devolution of abortion law
November 10, 2015
Ed Condon
The business of interpreting the Holy Father has become a full-time job for some commentators, and it is hard to see who, apart from them, benefits
November 09, 2015
Fr Matthew Pittam
Countless Catholics suffered greatly for their faith. Here are nine of the most heroic
November 09, 2015
Mary O'Regan
We must continue to promote the Angelus despite hostility to the Church
November 09, 2015
Fr Alexander Lucie-Smith
But there is one country where the Church seems to be very wealthy
November 09, 2015
Fr Dwight Longenecker
Why build a Romanesque church in the 21st century? Because it looks Catholic
November 09, 2015
Staff Reporter
ISIS's advance comes as terrorist group releases 37 Assyrian Christians
November 09, 2015
Luke Coppen
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