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Pope Francis mourns Cardinal Jan Korec, a Cardinal of remarkable Faith - Read

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Can we baptize our baby in the Catholic church even though we are not married?

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29 Sep 2015 News Vatican No comments

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Divine Encounters

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Canadian bishops elect new president

The Canadian Conference of Catholic Bishops elected new officers at its annual assembly, which is taking place in Cornwall, Ontario.

Bishop Douglas Crosby, OMI, of Hamilton, Ontario, is the conference’s new president, and Bishop Lionel Gendron, PSS, of Saint-Jean-Longueuil, Quebec, is the new vice president.


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