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July 31, 2015
The Catholic tradition “offers a unique perspective on crime and punishment, one grounded in mercy and healing, not punishment for its own sake”, two American bishops have said in a statement renewing the Church’s push to end the death penalty. “No matter how heinous the crime, if society can protect itself without ending a human
July 31, 2015
Donor fatigue is hampering efforts to help Christian refugees fleeing ISIS, the Latin Patriarch of Jerusalem has said. Sounding dejected, Patriarch Fouad Twal said he identified with the humiliations faced by the refugees in Jordan who have gone from living a placid life in which they attended school, went to work and were able to
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