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persecution of Christians
July 05, 2021
“We are deeply saddened by the death of Fr Stan Swami," said the President of the Jesuit South Asian Conference (POSA), Fr Jerome Stanislaus D’Souza SJ, in remarks to the Catholic Herald. "In his death, we have lost a great Jesuit, who loved Jesus and the poor."
March 05, 2021
Ultimately, the future of Aramaic as a living language is tied to the future of those speaking it. As the speakers of the language have fled the Middle East to America, Europe, Australia, and elsewhere, the language has traveled with them. But it will be difficult for it to survive so far away from its homeland.
December 14, 2020
At stake is whether Iraq will finally emerge from the trauma of Saddam Hussein and the past sixteen years, to become a legitimate, independent and functioning country, or whether it will become a permanently lawless region, open to proxy wars between other countries and movements, and a servant to the sectarian demands of those outside the country.
September 14, 2017
The secretary-general of the bishops' conference has asked the prime minister to 'intervene to stop hatred'
May 05, 2017
Secretary-general of European bishops' council says the EU has failed to act on its pledge to protect persecuted minorities
April 25, 2017
The Pope released a video message ahead of his visit to Egypt on Friday
April 24, 2017
During his time Egypt, Francis will not use an armoured car and will travel among crowds in a golf cart
April 24, 2017
Fr Hamel was murdered by ISIS terrorists as he celebrated Mass in his Normandy church
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