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Move comes after a government agency investigated complaints that the group was promoting abortion through its advertisements.
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The center will ‘help start diocesan paths to provide formation for the prevention of abuse’ and assist in canonical and civil lawsuits.
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Cardinal Francisco Javier Errázuriz Ossa, a close adviser of Pope Francis, has left the Pope’s body of cardinal advisers.
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Anto Akkara
The overturning of the Catholic mother’s conviction for blasphemy triggered violent national protests by Islamist groups.
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Although many of the world’s blasphemy laws are enforced in largely Muslim countries, they exist in every region of the world.
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The Holy Father noted that the feast day of St. Martin of Tours falls on Armistice Day.
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K.V. Turley
How prayer and the aid of chaplains was vital in the trenches — and devotion was bolstered on the homefront, too.
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Rachel Lanz
Looking back at the legacy of a military chaplain.
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Asia News reported that the priests are being ‘indoctrinated on the religious policy of the Chinese government.’
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Courtney Grogan/CNA
Authorities flew Bibi to an undisclosed location the night of Nov. 7 for security reasons, two senior government officials told the AP.
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Bibi is no longer allowed to the leave the jail, but her security has reportedly increased, and she is being kept in an undisclosed location.
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Victor Gaetan
NEWS ANALYSIS: Pope Francis cautions Catholics not to ‘meddle’ in ecclesiological conflict between the Orthodox Church of Constantinople and the Russian Orthodox Church.
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Father Georges Lemaître is widely credited with developing the ‘Big Bang Theory’ to explain the physical origin of the universe.
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It has been rumored that the Brothers of Charity might drop their sponsorship of the hospitals.
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K.V. Turley
Should Catholics worry about the latest trends in Europe?
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Hannah Brockhaus/CNA
Asia Bibi, a Roman Catholic woman convicted of blasphemy in 2010, is free to leave the prison in Sheikhupura, Pakistan.
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They were kidnapped Oct. 25 while returning from a burial.
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Investigators have ordered Bishop Franco Mulakkal to hand over his laptop by Nov. 5.
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Lauretta Brown
While Iraqi Catholic leaders continue to express concern that U.S. assistance hasn’t materialized, USAID this month pledged an additional $178 in funding to support Christians and other vulnerable communities.
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The former bishop of Hong Kong wrote a New York Times op-ed published Wednesday.
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The suspect is a 78-year-old former army officer.
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Michele Chabin
The city’s small Christian community doubts its concerns will be addressed, whoever wins in the Oct. 30 municipal vote.
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Sabrina Arena Ferrisi
The disgraced former Peruvian dictator’s corruption and other human-rights abuses are well-known, but little attention is paid to how his regime abused indigenous women — with U.S. and U.N. assistance.
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La Tercera reported that the archdiocese would be ordered to pay 'moral damages.' The Oct. 22 Chilean government statement denied this report.
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By Oct. 14, internet providers in the country had already blocked more than 25,000 websites.
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Celeste McGovern
Children and psychiatric patients appear to be next in line to be given the ‘right’ to be killed under Canada’s ‘medical assistance in dying’ protocols.
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The decision was issued without the possibility to appeal, the Vatican announced Oct. 13.
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Jonathan Liedl
Priests are going hungry and religious communities have been leaving the country, but leaders say crisis is an opportunity to return to the core of the Gospel.
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Jonah McKeown/CNA
His love for God and the principles for which he stood — care and dignity for the poor and freedom from oppression — have been far from forgotten.
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Unanimous verdict supports right of a Christian-owned bakery not to create a cake in support of same-sex 'marriage.'