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British-born John Bradburne, who died in Zimbabwe 40 years ago, could be on his way to becoming the country’s first canonized saint.
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At least 500,000 people gathered in 100 cities across the country. Marches also took place in the United States at the Mexican consulates in Chicago and San Diego.
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Sources: Final version includes a revised preamble that makes direct reference to the synodal priorities outlined by Pope Francis.
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Cardinal Jorge Urosa Savino
The Synod for Amazonia: Comments Concerning the Instrumentum Laboris; Part 1 of a Series.
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Techniques focused on the self are contrary to ‘Christian prayer, in which the most important thing is the divine You revealed in Christ.’
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Renzo Allegri says the stigmatic saint was ‘a man of hope.’
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The wonder reportedly happens at least three times a year, including Sept. 19.
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The Sept. 19 meetings followed a public exchange between the German hierarchy and the Vatican over the draft statutes for a ‘Synodal Assembly.’
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The Oct. 4-12 novena will precede Cardinal Newman’s Oct. 13 canonization.
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In 2015 the U.K. Parliament rejected an assisted-suicide bill.
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If the German bishops proceed with their plans over Vatican objections, the Pope could be expected to address the matter during the upcoming Amazon synod.
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Celeste McGovern
Fatal blood clots, suicidal behavior, lowered IQs, brittle bones and sterility are just a few of the potential side effects of ‘puberty blockers’ that the transgender industry doesn’t want talked about.
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The letter followed a week of coverage concerning plans by the German bishops.
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Residents of the vast area stretching from Senegal to Sudan have been impacted.
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The heir to the British throne will witness the canonization Mass of the first non-martyr English saint since the Reformation.
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A district court in The Hague issued a decision on Wednesday.
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The proposal was voted down in an August meeting of the executive committee of the German Episcopal Conference.
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The Sept. 7 demonstration was held in response to the Northern Ireland (Executive Formation) Act, passed by the U.K. Parliament in July.
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K.V. Turley
NEWS ANALYSIS: Elderly dementia sufferer held down by relatives and killed by doctor. A criminal case is proceeding against the physician.
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‘We are men and women of praise,’ the Holy Father said Sept. 8.
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‘We bishops, like the sower, are called to spread seeds of faith and hope on this earth,’ he said Sept. 7.
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Marion Carroll had been bedridden for years until she was healed in 1989 during a blessing with a monstrance at the shrine.
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The new body is envisioned as having ‘binding’ authority to address ‘key issues’ arising from the sex-abuse crisis, including clerical celibacy and the Church’s teaching on sexual morality.
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An interreligious meeting with youth was held at the Maxaquene Pavilion in Maputo.
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Pro-life groups charged that the technical norm being considered could be a window to allow abortion on demand.
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Paulina Hoeing
Historic analysis upon the 80th anniversary of Hitler’s invasion of Poland
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Doreen Abi Raad
Lives have been changed by the devotion given to St. Faustina and promulgated by St. John Paul II.
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Father Raymond J. de Souza
COMMENTARY: The Aug. 21 ruling against Cardinal George Pell is catastrophic on multiple levels.
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Edward Pentin
Australian court’s Aug. 21 decision shocks his many supporters.
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Victor Gaetan
NEWS ANALYSIS: Havana’s retired archbishop’s July 26 death compels a review of his complex legacy.