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11 Sep 2015 Middle East - Africa News No comments

Nigerian priest kidnapped

A Nigerian priest was abducted in Kogi State on September 7 after armed men stopped his car on a rural road, according to a newspaper based in Abuja, the nation…

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02 Oct 2015 Articles Comments (1)

The Eucharistic Miracle that inspired the Feast of Corpus Christi

Q: I recently learned that the feast of Corpus Christi was inspired by a Eucharistic miracle. Can you please give more details about this? — A reader in Springf…

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21 Nov 2014 Q&A Comments (3)

Question concerning Stealing; Can it ever be justified to steal something to feed starving family?

Question from D. Lopez on 03-15-2001: Fr. Torraco, when asked if it would be moral to steal to feed a starving family who had noone to help them, you wrote (…

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23 May 2016 Americas Europe News USA Vatican Comments (1)

Pope asks Catholics to pray for Turkey humanitarian summit

Pope Francis has asked for prayers so that participants at a humanitarian summit in Turkey fully commit to achieve what he defines as their main aim: saving the…

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15 Sep 2015 News USA No comments

Teen Arrested for Planning Alleged ISIS-Inspired Attack on Pope

The FBI quietly arrested a 15-year-old boy outside of Philadelphia last month for allegedly threatening to launch an ISIS-inspired assault on Pope Franciswhile …

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23 Jul 2015 Q&A Comments (3)

What does Hosanna mean?

Full Question At Mass we proclaim, “Hosanna in the highest.” What does Hosanna mean? Answer "Blessed is he who comes in the name of the Lord! Hosanna in th…

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16 Jun 2016 News No comments

Cafod to keep Tina Beattie as adviser despite views on abortion

The theologian had signed a letter to Polish bishops calling for 'early, safe and legal abortion' Aid agency Cafod is to keep Catholic academic Tina Beattie as…

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16 Sep 2015 News Vatican No comments

Pope Francis: family more important than ever in technological, profit-centered world

Concluding his series of Wednesday general audiences on the family, Pope Francis said that the role of the family is more critical now than ever. “Today we c…

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07 Sep 2015 News Vatican No comments

Was the last synod 'rigged'? Tell-all book lets the reader decide

A new book about the 2014 Extraordinary Synod on the Family alleges evidence of a hidden agenda pushed by a handful of bishops in positions of influence. “I …

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Britain set to have second female ambassador to the Holy See

According to a report in the Tablet, Britain is set to have a new ambassador to the Holy See – Sally Axworthy. Sally succeeds the last Holy See ambassador Nigel Baker who will return to London.  Ms Sally Axworthy (née Hinds), Heads the North Africa Dept (job-share) at Foreign and Commonwealth Office, a position she has held from May 2013 – Present (2 years 9 months). She had her education at Magdalen College, Oxford.

She lives in Morwenstow, Cornwall, married to Michael Axworthy and they have a son and three daughters.

She would be the second woman to hold the position. Kathryn Colvin was the first woman to hold that position of Britain’s ambassador to the Holy See from 2002-2005.

The appointment is yet to be officially announced.



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