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January 14, 2022
A 26-year-old woman has turned herself in on two charges related to some $10,000 in vandalism damage to Denver’s Cathedral Basilica of the Immaculate Conception. Madeline Ann Cramer faces one charge of criminal mischief and another of a bias-motivated crime in connection with an Oct. 10 incident, the Denver District Attorney’s Office said Jan. 13. Both
June 09, 2021
"I don't expect members of panel shows or even Church Times columnists to be experts on Catholic Church law," writes Charles Collins. "But let’s face it, most of those who are upset with the Catholic Church for allowing Johnson to marry his girlfriend (and mother of his child) are more upset with the prime minister’s policies than his - or the Church’s - morals."
October 11, 2017
The website removed a claim that the Church banned dissection - but still claims Catholicism helped to cause 'stagnation'
August 25, 2017
BBC Bitesize and others are touting an absurd view of Catholic history
June 30, 2016
Two of the four men were convicted of separate charges of assault and harassment
May 05, 2016
Take a look inside this week's magazine
December 11, 2014
Andrew M Brown finds ways of dealing with the anti-Catholic bias in many history books
January 23, 2014
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