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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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Catholic News Agency
‘We are men and women of praise,’ the Holy Father said Sept. 8.
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Hannah Brockhaus/CNA
‘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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Catholic News Agency
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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Ed Condon/CNA
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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Hannah Brockhaus/CNA
An interreligious meeting with youth was held at the Maxaquene Pavilion in Maputo.
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Catholic News Agency
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.
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K.V. Turley
Westminster votes to liberalize laws despite local opposition.
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K.V. Turley
Researchers cast doubt on the findings of the controversial 1988 study.
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K.V. Turley
A recent court case highlights ethical dilemmas for medics of faith.
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Victor Gaetan
NEWS ANALYSIS: The historic June 30 meeting between President Donald Trump and Chairman Kim Jong-Un on North Korean soil was less startling to one community on the peninsula: local Catholics.
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Solène Tadié
An Italian interparliamentary group held a conference in Rome on June 26, shedding light on the failure of Western countries — and especially the European Union — to address human-rights abuses.
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K.V. Turley
Holy convert, to be canonized this October, will become Britain’s first saint since the 1976 canonization of 17th-century Scottish martyr St. John Ogilvie.
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Solène Tadié
Through a document approved by Pope Francis, the Vatican strongly expressed its opposition to legislation in California, Australia and elsewhere that would compel priests to break the seal.
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Edward Pentin
The archbishop of Colombo says the government was warned by India that attacks on churches were coming.
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Anto Akkara
Devotees of Blessed Mariam Thresia Chiramel Mankidiyan share stories of faith and miraculous healings attributed to her intercession.
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Peter Jesserer Smith
The Middle East’s Christian population is wary of latest tensions between the nations could end up sparking a military conflict that engulfs the entire region and drives them from their ancient homelands.
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Catholic News Agency
Restorers hope the timepiece will add to renovation efforts.
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Solène Tadié
Father Bernardo Cervellera, editor of Asia News, discusses the political and spiritual dynamics in play in the pushback against the legislation, which would allow handovers to mainland China.
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Solène Tadié
The 37th-annual pilgrimage from Our Lady in Paris to Our Lady in Chartres has gathered more than 14,000 people of all ages and from many nations, honoring a 1,000-year tradition.
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Peter Jesserer Smith
A new U.N. report on biodiversity loss is propelling the Church to move forward on Benedict XVI and Francis’ call to action to care for creation.
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Solène Tadié
The French (and the world) keep alive the memory of the fallen American soldiers who fought in — and helped win — the keystone battle of World War II.
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Joseph Pronechen
The Register remembers three clergymen whose extraordinary courage should never be forgotten.
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Edward Pentin
Religious freedom is among the areas that have deteriorated since then, according to experts who monitor human-rights violations there.
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Courtney Grogan and Hannah Brockhaus/CNA
Highlights of the first day of May 31-June 2 papal journey.