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Refuting the ‘Pagan Roots of Christmas’ Claim

One of the first shows about Christmas I watched as a kid was A Charlie Brown Christmas. I haven’t watched it in years, but I haven’t forgotten the culminating scene where Charlie Brown shouts above the noise to demand an answer to a question he’s struggling with: What is Christmas all about?As we all know,






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Thief who vandalised Liverpool cathedral is jailed

Christopher McGlynn caused approximately £30,000 worth of damage at Liverpool’s Metropolitan Cathedral A thief who caused thousands of pounds worth of damage to Liverpool’s Metropolitan Cathedral when he smashed statues, stole money and urinated on the floor has been jailed following his hearing at Liverpool Crown Court. Christopher McGlynn, aged 44, caused approximately £30,000 worth






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Trying to find confession times? There’s an app for that

Need to find confession nearby at the drop of a dime? There’s an app for that. The Archdiocese of Saint Andrews and Edinburgh announced last Tuesday at St. Peter’s Square the first ever GPS-powered confession finder that uses technology to connect individuals with the closest confession and Mass times. “This is a little bit of






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Archbishop laments Christian persecution, Colombia, murder, South America, Violence‘absolute disregard for life’ as man is shot dead during Mass

Colombian Archbishop Mejia was celebrating the Mass where the fatal shooting occurred A man has been killed as he attended a Mass in Colombia on Tuesday evening. The parishioner – Fernando Padilla, 35 – was shot by a gunman as he attended a packed Mass at Santa Cecilia church in the town of Cali. Padilla






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Clinton reiterates support for late-term abortion in final presidential debate

Hilary Clinton said the Government had no right to interfere with women’s personal decisions Hillary Clinton has reiterated her support for late-term abortion in the final presidential debate. When asked why she previously voted against banning partial-birth abortion, the Democrat nominee replied: “Because Roe vs Wade very clearly sets out that there can be regulations on abortion






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Interfaith campaigner Sir Sigmund Sternberg dies aged 95

The Jewish recipient of a Papal knighthood will be remembered for his work in promoting interfaith dialogue Sir Sigmund Sternberg, a celebrated interfaith campaigner, businessman and only Jewish recipient of a Papal knighthood, has died at the age of 95. Chief Rabbi Jonathan Sacks was among the first to pay tributes to the late philanthropist,






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