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21 Sep 2015 News USA No comments

Education and play are key to childhood, Pope tells Cuba, US youth

The U.S. embargo on Cuba, education, care of the environment, war, and peace were all themes touched on by Pope Francis in a satellite television conference wit…

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26 Apr 2016 Middle East - Africa No comments

South African bishop warns politicians against war rhetoric

Bishop Gabuza has criticised comments made by the leader of the Economic Freedom Fighters War rhetoric from South African political leaders could incite electi…

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18 Jul 2015 Articles No comments

Life Begins in the Womb

“Before I formed you in the womb I knew you, and before you were born I consecrated you; I appointed you a prophet to the nations." (Jeremiah 1:5, ESV) Every…

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22 Mar 2015 Q&A Comments (7)

Should I genuflect or bow to the tabernacle?

Full Question As a lector, I was told by a new priest at our parish not to genuflect to the tabernacle, but to instead bow to the altar when I go up to rea…

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18 Sep 2014 USA No comments

Cardinal O'Malley 'Community and Solidarity' Are Antidote to Threats Against Life

n a statement to mark Respect Life Month, October 2014, Cardinal Sean O’Malley, archbishop of Boston, called for “community and solidarity” as an antidote to th…

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19 Oct 2015 News USA No comments

Archdiocese: news reports distorted Newark archbishop's efforts to guide priests

A memo from the Archbishop of Newark to his priests on the reception of the Eucharist aimed to provide guidance amid the challenges of modern life, but was “tak…

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18 Aug 2016 Articles Comments (1)

Is God a Narcissist?

That God demands man—indeed, created man—to worship him is a fact. He desires the praise and worship of every man and woman without exception. What does this te…

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04 Jan 2016 News USA Vatican No comments

The Archbishop of Sydney reportedly responding to treatment after severe illness

The Archbishop of Sydney, Most Reverend Anthony Fisher OP, aged 55 who felt ill before Christmas has been reported to be responding miraculously to his treatmen…

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05 Sep 2015 News USA No comments

Holy See expresses cautious support for UN development goals

The Holy See on Tuesday expressed its “strong support” for the 2030 United Nations development agenda, but added it has “firm reservations” about some items in …

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Cardinal Roger Etchegara Breaks his leg again; in a Papal Presence again

Cardinal Roger Etchegaray who broke his leg and hip in 2009’s Christmas Eve when pushed to the ground with Pope Benedict XVI fell again yesterday 25th October, 2015, while greeting Pope Francis at the end of the Synod mass at St.Peter’s Bascilica in Rome.

The Cardinal was reported by Vatican Radio to be hospitalized in the Gemelli Hospital, in Rome, for a fractured left femur. The Radio have also confirmed that Pope Francis have been there to pay the Cardinal a visit and give him blessings.

Join all Catholics to Pray for the quick recovery of the Cardinal…


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