Monthly Archives: July 2022

Paulists say goodbye to Ohio State Department after six decades

On Sunday, hundreds of parishioners packed Ohio State University’s St. Thomas More Newman Center for the final Mass observed by Paulist priests as the diocese seeks to change the vision of ministry on campus. Some parishioners said after mass they felt empty and confused about the direction of the center, …

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Polyglot Eucharist at Canterbury Cathedral shines a light on Anglican diversity

There was something important and emphatic about the simple, familiar words of the Eucharist sung at the opening service of the Lambeth Conference on Sunday. The call to come together had never made more sense; the language of unity has never been more pronounced. It was a joyful service in …

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Authentic wealth | National Catholic Journalist

“Be rich in what matters to God” (Luke 12:21). 18e Ordinary Time Sunday Ecc 1:2; 2:21-23; PS 90; Col 3:1-5, 9-11; Luke 12:13-21 The late historian and philosopher Tony Judt, in his 2010 book, The earth is bad, lamented the dismantling of social democracy in Europe and the United States …

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Religious events in the Wichita Falls area on July 30

The deadline for submitting articles for church memoirs to be published in our print edition is 2 p.m. Wednesday. To have an article listed, email Claire Kowalick at [email protected] Please limit announcements to special events, meetings or guests. Limited space does not allow for regular weekly event listings to be …

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St. Andrew’s Catholic Church to Receive Statewide Preservation Award

ROANOKE, Va. (WDBJ) – Renovations to St. Andrew’s Catholic Church took several years and a major commitment from the Roanoke Catholic Church and congregation. Now the church is receiving a statewide award for historic preservation. Work began in 2014 with the replacement of the steeples ravaged by time, termites and …

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Two priests debate at WSJ on communion for pro-abortion politicians | National Catholic Register

Father Brian Graebe and Father James Martin face off in the pages of America’s largest newspaper. There is growing dissonance in the Catholic Church. To understand where we are, I recommend Ralph Martin’s book A Church in Crisis: Ways Forward. It’s a “You Are Here” marker on the map of …

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BTech student had taken out 18 instant loans, SIT reveals

Staff reporter In the case of the death of BTech student Nishank Rathore, the SIT (Special Investigation Team) formed under the leadership of Raisen ASP made a big revelation on the first day of the investigation. The late Nishank Rathore had taken out a loan from more than 18 Instant …

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Congressmen Cohen and Beyer introduce the Billionaires Minimum Income Tax Act

WASHINGTON – Congressmen Steve Cohen (TN-09) and Don Beyer (VA-08), after extensive consultations with White House and Treasury Department officials, today introduced the Billionaire Minimum Income Tax Act , to ensure that the wealthiest Americans pay their fair share. in taxes. The bill would enact President Biden’s proposal to require …

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Artist Betsy Dovydenas has joined a fake church run by a fake priest. In a new book, she tells how she was brainwashed and how she came out of it | Books

It all started with a single board. “I just started painting what was going on in my head [back then]I just wanted to capture images of brainwashing,” says Betsy Dovydenas, artist and author, as we discuss her book, “If You Want to Know How I Was Brainwashed,” in a window …

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Man who settled sexual abuse case with Diocese of Albany to meet with bishop ahead of Sunday Mass

The first alleged survivor of church sex abuse to settle with the Roman Catholic Diocese of Albany is taking another step in his healing journey. Stephen Mittler will meet the Bishop publicly this Sunday before Mass on the same church steps where he says he met his alleged abuser, Father …

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Pope Francis in Canada: How Ukrainian Migrants and Indigenous Peoples Can Learn From Each Other

Bishop Motiuk stressed that the Ukrainian bilingual school curriculum, which is part of the Catholic school system, cultivates a listening attitude. In these schools, a path of mutual knowledge was forged between the children of the indigenous populations and the Ukrainian children. “The students told each other the stories of …

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AP News Summary at 9:40 p.m. EDT | Nation and World

The U.S. Economy Sends Mixed Signals: Here’s What It All Means WASHINGTON (AP) — The U.S. economy is caught in a delicate and painful place. Confusing, too. Growth seems to be stalling, home sales are collapsing and economists are warning of a possible recession to come. But consumers continue to …

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Canada asks France to extradite accused priest – French diplomatic source

PARIS (Reuters) – France has received a request from Canada to extradite retired Catholic priest Johannes Rivoire so he can face a charge of sexual abuse while working in northern Canada, a source said. French diplomatic source. Indigenous peoples in northern Canada, the Inuit, plan to lobby Pope Francis during …

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Reaction to Pope’s Apology for Catholic Church’s Role in Residential Schools

Pope Francis on Monday issued an apology for the role of the Roman Catholic Church in residential schools, saying many Christians support the colonization of indigenous peoples. He made the remarks at the former site of the Ermineskin Indian Residential School in the community of Maskwacis, south of Edmonton. Here …

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Indiana Senate lawmakers begin special session with testimony on abortion ban

More than three dozen Hoosiers spent hours testifying Monday at the first public hearing on Indiana’s proposed abortion ban. And not a single one spoke in favor of the bill. The measure prohibits all abortions, with some exceptions in cases of rape, incest and when the life of the pregnant …

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Catholic activist ‘sad and angry’ as girls in Zimbabwe resort to cow dung for sanitary napkins

YAOUNDÉ, Cameroon – Worrying reports from cash-strapped Zimbabwe say girls and women are resorting to cow dung as sanitary pads as inflation “hits feminine hygiene products”. Africanews the dish. It’s a report that the head of programs for Catholic Relief Services in Zimbabwe, Richard Savo, says is hard-hitting. “As someone …

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DC Catholics mourn loss of Latin Mass after executive order bans practice

Standing in front of his parishioners, holding in his hands the sacred bread of Communion, Father Vincent De Rosa, parish priest of Sainte-Marie-Mère-de-Dieu parish, solemnly intoned in Latin “Ecce Agnus Dei”. The English translation of these words: Behold the Lamb of God. Those who knelt in the church responded with …

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Vandals attack pro-life sign at St. Boniface Catholic Church

SPRINGFIELD — St. Boniface Catholic Church’s pro-life message was suspended on July 20 — but only briefly. Shortly after worshipers learned that a familiar billboard outside the church on 1952 Ga. Hwy 21 had been defaced with spray paint and a dastardly message overnight, it was replaced with a new. …

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Ċittadella Cathedral Museum Renovations Inauguration

The renovation works of the Ċittadella Cathedral Museum were inaugurated after an investment of €300,000 financed by European funds. These renovations were inaugurated by the Minister of Gozo, Clint Camilleri, the Parliamentary Secretary for European Funds, Chris Bonett, and the Vicar General, Tarcisio Camilleri. The works included a complete renovation …

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IN COOPERATION WITH THE ARCHDIOCESE OF MONTREAL, COMMUNION WILL BE OFFERED DURING THE BROADCAST OF THE POPE’S MASS IN ALL GUZZO THEATERS

MONTREAL, July 23, 2022 /CNW Telbec/ – Cinémas Guzzo, the largest chain of independent cinemas in Quebecwill present the live broadcast of the Pope’s Mass which will take place at the Basilica of Saint Anne-de-Beaupre. Mass will be broadcast on July 28at 10am in both official languages ​​on all its …

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Burkna Faso: 95% of villages lack priests after terrorist attacks

Following the attack on a church in Burkina Faso, March 2022 © ACN Source: ACN An explosion of Islamist terrorism in Burkina Faso has left a Catholic diocese in dire straits, with parishes directly attacked and forced to close, and priests unable to care for 95% of their faithful. A …

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Catholic Archdiocese of Washington bans Latin Mass in parishes

The Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Washington will ban the celebration of the Old Latin Mass in parishes starting this fall — a move meant to align the region with the wishes of the pope on an issue dividing the church along ideological lines. In a decree published on Friday, Cardinal …

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Minister Anifa Kawooya and UNRA inspect Sembabule roads

KAMPALA —Minister of State for Health, Hon. Anifa Kawooya accompanied by the Executive Director of the Uganda National Roads Authority (UNRA), Allen Kagina, and UNRA engineers inspected the road network of Sembabule on Thursday July 21 with the aim of addressing the challenges of the road network in the district. …

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Sri Lankan sisters join diverse movement to demand change

A nun climbs above the perimeter wall at the Presidential Secretariat in Colombo, Sri Lanka July 15 after an official announced the resignation of President Gotabaya Rajapaksa amid the country’s economic crisis. (CNS/Reuters/Dinuka Liyanawatte) Mangaluru, India — Sri Lankans are experiencing one of the worst economic and political crises today, …

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Gay Mass Breaks Barrier at Catholic Church

Landon Duyka and Alex Shingleton had almost given up on Catholicism. Then they found Old St. Patrick’s Church in Chicago, where their family was welcomed because the parish practices what its clergy calls “radical inclusivity.” This year, the two husbands created an online buzz when, after a decade on these …

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Youth minister offers suggestions to get teens excited about Mass

Claire Lander, Valerie Manczack, Mikaela Engstrom and Hannah Reale kneel together in prayer Nov. 23, 2019, during the National Catholic Youth Conference’s closing mass in Indianapolis. (SNC Photo by Karen Bonar/The Register) My birthplace Catholic parents instilled in me the importance of going to Mass religiously (no pun intended) but …

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Ramsey Choral partners with an international choir

A North Island choir recently celebrated its 40th anniversary with concerts across the island and in the UK. Ramsey Choral celebrated its 40th anniversary with concerts at St Paul’s Church in Ramsey and Peel Cathedral, both concerts being greeted with standing ovations. These celebratory concerts were then followed by a …

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Okowa, Datti and Shettima: what the running mates bring to the tickets

The candidate substitution window has been closed by the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC), thus fully preparing the ground for the 2023 presidential election. Although subtle campaigns have been raging, real campaigns will legally begin in earnest in September. Before Peter Obi seized Labor territory and its presidential ticket, turning …

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Devils in the Spirit | Algis Valiunas

Aldous Huxley was the first English novelist of ideas of the twentieth century, a rare vocation among his countrymen; but it may be in his non-fiction masterpiece, The Devils of Loudun (1952), which his beloved ideas live most vividly. He recounts the apparent demonic possession en masse in an Ursuline …

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Philippines: Abortion is illegal in this predominantly Catholic country, so more than a million women turn to other options every year

“We take huge risks if we agree to perform an abortion,” said Miriam, who uses a pseudonym to protect herself from prosecution in the Philippines. She performed four abortions on women between the ages of 23 and 48, all in secret. Doctors and nurses caught performing abortions or providing assistance …

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Court approves sale of 42 Catholic church properties to settle claims of abuse victims

The sale of the Basilica Cathedral, along with 11 other churches, has been approved to settle claims by victims of abuse. (Heather Barrett/CBC) The Supreme Court of Newfoundland and Labrador has approved the sale of 42 properties owned by the Roman Catholic Episcopal Corporation of St. John’s, including 12 churches, …

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Sri Lankans on Staten Island call for democratic elections in their home country and want America’s support

STATEN ISLAND, NY – As Sri Lanka grapples with governmental and economic instability following protests that led to the resignation of its president last week, the Sri Lankan community on Staten Island has called for free and fair democratic elections, and international support for Sri Lanka’s recovery. Activists, the Sri …

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Youngstown Diocese releases findings on Father Babjak who had inappropriate contact with a minor

YOUNGSTOWN, Ohio (WKBN) — The Diocese of Youngstown has released its findings about a priest who was placed on administrative leave for inappropriate contact with a minor. The diocese has appointed priest Father Marian Babjak from Christ Our Savior Parish in Struthers. Electrical pole down overnight in Campbell After an …

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Sabinal priest helps Uvalde community in light of tragedy

SABINAL – On the day of the shooting at Robb Elementary School, Father Matthew DeLeon responded immediately by meeting children and their families at the hospital. “Devastating and traumatic, but also very overwhelming, breathtaking to see the depth of their faith,” said Fr. DeLeon, who is a priest and dean …

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Ralph Anthony Pieniazkiewicz Sr Obituary

Kaniewski Funeral Home – South Bend Ralph Anthony Pieniazkiewicz SR., 84 of South Bend died Monday July 11, 2022. He was born February 8, 1938 in South Bend to Peter and Evelyn (Laskowski) Pieniazkiewicz. Ralph graduated from Washington High School in 1956. He played football, baseball and basketball. He was …

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Presbyterians to Divest 5 Oil Companies After Years of Debate | earth beat

A major Christian denomination plans to divest five oil companies it says are not doing enough to tackle climate change. The vote to sell Chevron, Exxon Mobil, Marathon Petroleum, Phillips 66 and Valero Energy comes after years of debate within the Presbyterian Church (USA). On July 6, the PCUSA General …

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Watsonville Church closes popular community garden over alleged safety concerns

Farmworker families who lease space for a community garden at All Saints-Cristo Rey Episcopal Church in Watsonville say their lease for their one-acre site was recently terminated. They say they are getting mixed messages from the church as to whether or not the garden will continue at all. Church says …

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Manchester Cathedral DJ Sasha gig nearly sold out as church manager hails income as vital

Manchester Cathedral’s fundraising manager has defended the use of the building for raves ahead of another club night next month. Anthony O’Connor, director of fundraising and development, spoke of the challenge of raising £1.6m each year to keep the historic building running. He said events like the planned 3-hour set …

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As Ohio Welcomes Refugees, Nonprofit Gives Them a Boost

Hakizimana Muvunye, a Congolese refugee who lives in Cleveland, is a man who does his best. He owns Asante Landscaping but only has five customers, so he also drives for Uber. “I have to take care of my family,” he said. Muvunye and his wife, Irene Twizere, have five children. …

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How the birth of our son, grandson of a priest, led me to give thanks for the cardinal who helped change the Church

As a child is born, a priest’s grandson, the boy’s father, Vincent Doyle, pays tribute to Cardinal Hummes who has done so much for the children and grandchildren of priests around the world. On June 29, I became the father of a beautiful boy, my son, our beautiful son. Aware …

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A friend out of this world | Catholic Diocese of Pittsburgh

One of the biggest misconceptions we can have about prayer is that we have to control it. We think it all depends on what we say and how we communicate. While it is true that our words are important in prayer and that we are called to be ready to …

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Cathedral concert celebrates Queen’s Platinum Jubilee

Published: 11:08 13 July 2022 More than 1,100 Hertfordshire residents and guests from further afield packed St Albans Cathedral last Wednesday for a concert to mark the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee. The special concert on July 6 was presented by the St Albans International Organ Festival and the Hertfordshire Lieutenancy. Demand …

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St. Joseph’s Academy of St. Augustine honors Sister Suzan Foster

By Margo C. Pope Editor’s note: Sister Suzan Foster and Margo C. Pope are “friends from birth.” Their mothers, Zaragoza Street neighbors Hazel Foster and Angela M. Cox, 1946-48, regularly played tennis together on the San Marco courts, including in 1947 when they were pregnant with their first daughters. Most …

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APC supports Governor Akeredolu’s CCTV command

Ondo’s All Progressive Congress (APC) said all operators and owners of public facilities in the state should install CCTV cameras on their premises. The call followed a precedent set by Governor Rotimi Akeredolu to help tackle crime across the state. Ade Adetimehin, chairman of the APC in Ondo, said so …

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LGBTQ+ people share their experience of faith and acceptance

The fight for equal rights for members of the LGBTQ+ community has been going on for decades, and that means finding an accepting church. SAN DIEGO — The LGBTQ+ community has faced a decades-long struggle for equal rights, and part of that struggle has been to find churches that welcome …

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Here’s who to turn to if you’re behind on paying electricity bills

Mandy Zalich, CEO of Westmoreland Community Action, expects to see an increase in requests for energy assistance over the coming months as rate hikes could add to an influx of those who have asked for help with their bills. of electricity during the covid-19 pandemic. Requests for energy assistance come …

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Mangaluru: Our Lady of Miracles Church Parish Feast

Press release Mangaluru, July 9: The parishioners as well as the parish clergy and religious celebrated the parish feast in honor of the patroness Our Lady of Miracles on Saturday July 9 after two long years. The parish feast is a time when the faithful thank God for his …

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Restaurant closures, inspections in Riverside County, June 30-July 7 – Press Enterprise

Here are the restaurants and other food facilities that Riverside County Environmental Health Department inspectors have temporarily closed due to imminent health risks between June 30 and July 7, 2022. Food space of Mary Pickford 1436850 Pickfair Street, Cathedral City Firm: July 7 To note: 90/A, passing, June 30 Raison: …

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Filipino bishops appalled as new divorce bill introduced in Congress

Filipino Catholic bishops have expressed dismay at the tabling of another bill in Congress proposing to legalize divorce in the country. Jul 08, 2022 Filipino watchers say a Las Vegas-style divorce, which is done and completed in minutes, is not on the horizon at all in the predominantly Catholic country. …

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Vancouver priests to begin annual performance reviews – BC Catholic

Priests in the Archdiocese of Vancouver will undergo regular performance reviews starting this year, the archdiocese announced in its latest update on sexual abuse by priests. The Archdiocese released its latest sexual abuse report on June 30. It’s the latest in a series of updates since 2019, when it first …

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Report says Vatican representative warned Catholic missionaries of Hong Kong crackdown

HONG KONG – A Vatican representative in Hong Kong has warned Catholic missionaries to prepare for a tougher future as China tightens its control over the former British colony, a Reuters report based on interviews said. Reporting to the Reuters article, ucanews.com said Archbishop Javier Herrera-Corona, the Vatican’s unofficial representative …

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Obituary of Patricia Jean Rafferty Parr

Patricia Jean Rafferty Parr, 77, died on July 3, 2022 after a long battle with Alzheimer’s disease. She was born in Nashville, Tennessee on December 11, 1944, the daughter of Francis Xavier and Louise Summerford Rafferty. She grew up in Martinsburg, West Virginia and graduated from Martinsburg High School in …

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Towards symbiotic approaches between universities, sustainable development and cities

According to the perception of the sample on the current level of importance given to the relationship between their universities and city organizations on initiatives related to sustainable development, the most common context is cooperation in the framework of activities (39 %). For 45% of respondents, cooperation is a priority …

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The organist of Sainte-Anne keeps the melody of the church alive

GREAT FALLS – Only a special set of hands can adorn the Rodgers Pipe Organ at St. Anne’s Cathedral in Great Falls. Jeanne Tonkovich has been the principal parish organist since 2005 and there is no end in sight. Yet, in case she retires, there are few organists playing backup. …

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Catholic Institutions Join Global Divestment Announcement

Source: Operation Noah In the latest challenge to the fossil fuel industry’s dangerous expansion plans and increasingly empty climate rhetoric, 35 religious institutions from seven countries – including five Church of England dioceses, two Catholics in the UK and a Church of England cathedral – today announced their divestment from …

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🌱 Videos of Jayland Walker + First transplant + School fire

Good morning! Did everyone keep their minds and fingers up over the 4th of July weekend? Good! 🧨 🖐️ I’m here with your Tuesday edition of the Cleveland Daily, filled with everything you need to know right now. Jayland Walker filming videos revealed Cleveland Clinic put five new organs on …

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The patriarch should be above national and state interests; only the ignorant attack Metropolitan Onuphry – Russian missionary priest

Moscow, July 4, 2022 YouTube screenshot Those who criticize and rebuke His Beatitude Metropolitan Onuphrius of kyiv and all Ukraine are ignorant. The Metropolitan of Ukraine should be with his Ukrainian flock, while the Patriarch, whose flock spans many states, should be above national and state interests, says a famous …

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EXCLUSIVE Pope Francis denies plans to resign soon

Unsubstantiated rumors fueled reports of impending resignation Pope mocks cancer rumours: ‘Doctors didn’t tell me’ Trips to Moscow, Kyiv seem more likely; possibly in September Following US court ruling, Pope says abortion ‘hires a hitman’ VATICAN CITY, July 4 (Reuters) – Pope Francis has dismissed reports that he plans to …

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The cathedral green crowded with families for the day of the festival

A JUMPING castle, petting zoo, face painting stall brought hundreds of people of all ages to St. Stephen’s Cathedral for Brisbane’s participation in the World Meeting of Families on June 25. Archbishop of Brisbane Mark Coleridge celebrated mass to open the festivities and then families came out onto the cathedral …

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Fifth Croatian Diaspora Congress takes place in Mostar

by croatiaweek July 3, 2022 in New (Photo: provided) by Srecko Mavrek The Fifth Congress of the Croatian Diaspora (HIK) – CHALLENGES AND PERSPECTIVES OF UNITY, is being held from June 30 to July 3 at the Faculty of Philosophy in Mostar. The congress began Thursday with a solemn mass …

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Father Aaron Kelly is the new priest of the Diocese of Rochester

Deacon Aaron Kelly pledges his obedience to Bishop Salvatore R. Matano and his successors during the priestly ordination Mass July 2 at Sacred Heart Cathedral in Rochester. (Photo via courier by Jeff Witherow) ROCHESTER — A vocational call that first surfaced in second grade, and which never waned, has now …

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Maine Voices: Supreme Court Ends Maine’s Anti-Catholic School Policy

Our illusory idea that we are a city on a hill, as the settlers dreamed of, has for centuries erased the Native American genocide, the dehumanization of African slaves, the abuses against Asians, the establishment’s anti-Semitism, the exploitation Hispanicism and complicity in Palestinian racist dispossession and repression. Our delusions translate …

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Archbishop of San Antonio warns of ‘a culture of death’

Subscribe to La Brèveour daily newsletter that keeps readers informed of the most important news from Texas. The Guatemalan teenager gave the priest her name: Serenidad. They met on Tuesday morning at a children’s hospital in San Antonio, where the priest, Archbishop Gustavo García-Siller, had arrived to comfort one of …

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