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Catholic cathedral vandalized in California with 'white power,' 'BLM,' and swastikas

A Catholic cathedral in California was defaced overnight, with swastikas, an upside-down cross, and other messages spray-painted on the church’s doors and entryways.

27 Sep 2020
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Banning Books and Burning Heretics

John Collier [1850-1932], “Portrait of Rudyard Kipling”

Free speech protects freedom, and free speech can only exist if we agree to love our enemies.

By Joseph Pearce 

26 Sep 2020
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President Trump plans to nominate Amy Coney Barrett to Supreme Court

President Donald Trump is expected to nominate Judge Amy Coney Barrett Saturday to fill the vacancy on the Supreme Court left by the death of Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg.

26 Sep 2020
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Iraqi archbishop who preserves historic manuscripts nominated for Sakharov Prize

The Chaldean Archbishop of Mosul has been nominated for the Sakharov Prize for his work to preserve hundreds of historic manuscripts from destruction by the Islamic State in 2014.

26 Sep 2020
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The Sparkling Story of Dom Pérignon, Benedictine Monk

While Dom Pérignon is not the direct inventor of the world-famous champagne, he made its creation possible thanks to his pioneering work in the production of a high-quality white wine.

By Solène Tadié 

26 Sep 2020
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Spanish ‘Hosts Case’ Reveals Europe’s Internal Divisions Over Human Rights

The case, triggered by a controversial government-supported art performance that utilized stolen consecrated hosts, is now before the European Court of Human Rights.

Solène Tadié 

26 Sep 2020
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Will Ethical COVID Vaccines Arrive at Warp Speed?

Promising ethical vaccines to fight COVID-19 have advanced to the later stages of testing.

By Peter Jesserer Smith 

26 Sep 2020
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Why Cardinal Becciu’s Resignation Wasn’t Surprising

ANALYSIS: The curial official has been linked to several instances of financial scandals in the last six years.

By Edward Pentin 

25 Sep 2020
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Vatican Cardinal Angelo Becciu resigns from office and 'rights' of cardinals

Cardinal Angelo Becciu, who until today was prefect of the Vatican’s Congregation for the Causes of Saints, has resigned from that office, and in an extremely rare move, from the rights extended to members of the College of Cardinals.

25 Sep 2020
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‘Respect for life is eroded ever more’: Dutch Cardinal Eijk on euthanasia’s ‘slippery slope’

 A Dutch cardinal has said that the Netherlands shows that once euthanasia is legalized safeguards are slowly but inevitably abandoned.

25 Sep 2020
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What is confirmation and what are its effects?

Baltimore Catechism

25 Sep 2020
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Large Global Divine Mercy Summit Days Away

The online global Divine Mercy Summit 2020 event is looking to bring tens of thousands together for a first-time three-day event that anyone, anywhere, can attend.

By Joseph Pronechen

24 Sep 2020