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Fr. Stanley Rother becomes first American-born martyr

Fr. Rother was born in Oklahoma City, OK, making him the first martyr born in the United States In 1986, he was sent to Santiago Atitlan from the Archdiocese of Oklahoma City. He helped the people build a small hospital, a school and its first Catholic radio station. Fr. Rother was called “Padre Francisco” and

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St. Thomas More relics coming to U.S. for the FIRST TIME

Centuries-old relics and artifacts of St. Thomas More will be coming to the U.S. for the first time in an exhibit that curators hope will evangelize today’s faithful. The exhibit “celebrates a powerful and eloquent example of Christian discipleship,” said Carl Anderson, Supreme Knight of the Knights of Columbus, which co-sponsored the exhibit. “In an

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Pope’s leaked letter suggests support for Communion for the remarried

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The Pope wrote to Buenos Aires bishops about their proposed guidelines for priests following Amoris Laetitia The debate over Amoris Laetitia has reopened after a letter  by Pope Francis was leaked. The Pope wrote to Buenos Aires bishops about their proposed guidelines for priests. These said that if the “responsibility and culpability” of a remarried

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Convent welcomes first Sisters in 40 years

A Norfolk convent has welcomed five prospective Sisters, almost doubling its numbers. The additions to the Daughters of Divine Charity brings the total number at the Swaffham convent from seven to 12. Two novices, Sister Mary Goncalves and Sister Anna Yeo, were admitted to the order on the same day as two Sisters – Sister

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