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January 01, 1970
Aaron Benavides
Today three judges of the Court of Appeals will hear arguments in the case of an abortion clinic safe zone being challenged in court. In April 2018, Ealing councilors unanimously passed a Public Spaces Protection Order (PSPO), creating a buffer zone that prevented pro-life demonstrators from gathering within 100 meters of the Marie Stopes clinic.
January 01, 1970
Luke Coppen
January 01, 1970
Luke Coppen
January 01, 1970
Luke Coppen
January 01, 1970
Nick Hallett
The President of the Society of GK Chesterton has defended the writer from accusations of anti-Semitism and said he is “disappointed but not discouraged” that his Cause will not continue. The Bishop of Northampton, Peter Doyle, had decided not to continue his support for Chesterton’s Cause due to three main objections: that there is no
January 01, 1970
Staff Reporter
A 15-year-old boy from Płock in Poland has made a public stand against an “LGBT rights” march taking place in his home town. Jakub Baryla borrowed a large wooden cross from his parish priest and held it up in witness as participants marched past. Baryla, a councillor in the youth arm of Płock city council,
January 01, 1970
Luke Coppen
January 01, 1970
Luke Coppen
January 01, 1970
Luke Coppen
January 01, 1970
Nick Hallett
The canonisation of Blessed John Henry Newman should remind the Amazon synod that its discussions have to be seen in the context of the universal Church, Cardinal Vincent Nichols has said. Speaking ahead of the canonisation of the first ever post-Reformation English saint, the Cardinal Archbishop of Westminster said next Sunday’s ceremony should remind synod
January 01, 1970
Catholic News Agency
Pro-democracy protests in Hong Kong have continued to escalate into violence, with many apparent incidents of forceful police tactics, including at a Catholic church, caught on camera and uploaded to social media. A bystander video widely circulated on social media shows at least four riot police officers entering what appear to be offices at Holy
January 01, 1970
Catholic News Service
The poor are the church’s treasure because they give every Christian a chance to “speak the same language as Jesus, that of love,” Pope Francis said, celebrating Mass for the World Day of the Poor. “The poor facilitate our access to heaven,” the pope said in his homily Nov. 17. “In fact, they open up