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03 Apr 2015 Q&A No comments

Should there be laws protecting homosexuals from discrimination in the workplace?

Full Question Should there be laws protecting homosexuals from discrimination in the workplace? Answer Genuine injustice requires correcting. If ho…

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30 Jul 2016 Articles Comments (2)

There is a solution to the Islamist threat to Europe

One of the great turning points in French history occurred during the summer of 1788. One of the King’s ministers sent a note to the royal treasury, requesting …

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18 Jul 2015 Articles Comments (2)

Back from the Brink

Chris and Raquel Garcia were on top of the world. They both had exciting jobs with the San Antonio Spurs. They were at the top of their game, too, rising stars …

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29 Jul 2016 Americas Asia-Pacific Europe News USA Vatican Comments (1)

Heroism and sacrifice: The Catholic history of Auschwitz

Pope Francis sat quietly in one of Auschwitz's most ominous prison cells, praying in what had been the inhumane living space of St. Maximilian Kolbe, a Catholic…

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08 Jun 2016 Articles Comments (4)

Are Catholics God-Makers?

In his 1999 book, Evangelical Answers – A Critique of Current Roman Catholic Apologists, Eric Svendsen claims the Catholic Church makes Mary into not just a god…

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21 Jan 2016 News Vatican Comments (1)

Pope Francis changes the decree which includes 'women on Holy Thursday ritual to have their feet washed'

In many Catholic parishes on Holy Thursday, a foot washing ritual incorporated into Mass technically specifies that only men should take part because Jesus' dis…

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07 Dec 2015 Americas News No comments

The three slain Priests of Peru

Fr. Miguel Tomaszek and Fr. Zbigniew Strzalkowski both from Poland, and Fr. Alessandro Dordi, from Italy who were slain in Peru by Shining Path rebels in 1991 w…

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10 Jun 2016 Articles No comments

When Christianity becomes a crime

en Russia’s small Catholic community commemorated its post-communist revival this spring, it was a time to take stock of progress achieved over the past quarter…

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10 Nov 2015 News Vatican Comments (1)

The Recent Vatileaks Scandal and what Pope Francis has to say

On November 4th a book titled “Via Crucis” written by Gianluigi Nuzzi was published, exposing vital and secret Vatican documentations to the entire public. This…

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Church in Holy Land offers Yom Kippur, Eid greetings

The Catholic Church in the Holy Land has sent greetings to Jews and Muslims for Yom Kippur, the Jewish day of atonement, and Eid al-Adha, during which Muslims commemorate Abraham’s willingness to sacrifice his son.

“The Catholic Church of the Holy Land expresses its best wishes to its Jewish and Muslim brothers, hoping that the feast days will, despite the prevailing tension, be an opportunity to live together in mutual respect, justice, pardon and brotherhood,” said a statement posted on the Latin Patriarchate of Jerusalem’s website. “We believe in the same God, Creator and Merciful, as we all belong to the larger family of the children of Abraham.”



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