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Religious sisters risk lives to rescue the vulnerable amid pandemic

Sister Stan Mumuni dedicates her life to caring for abandoned children with birth defects in Ghana.

24 Jun 2020
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Father Michael Scanlan’s 1976 Prophecy and the Events of 2020

Ralph Martin and Renewal Ministries have drawn attention to the 44-year-old prognostication, which now appears especially prophetic.

By Judy Roberts

23 Jun 2020
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Underground bishop detained in China

Chinese officials reportedly arrested an elderly bishop of the underground Catholic Church last week.

23 Jun 2020
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President Trump talks statues, Archbishop Viganò in EWTN News interview

President Donald Trump on Monday said he will issue an executive order designed to protect public statuary, as statues around the country have been torn down or defaced amid protests in recent weeks.

23 Jun 2020
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Catholic Bishop Urges UK to Preserve Sunday as a Day of Rest

The Conservative government is planning to relax Sunday trading laws as part of its coronavirus recovery bill.

23 Jun 2020
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Benedict XVI returns to Rome after visiting ill brother in Germany

Pope emeritus Benedict XVI arrived back in Rome Monday after a four-day trip to Germany to visit his ailing brother.

22 Jun 2020
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A Modern Magdalen: Ève Lavallière

Why did one of the world’s most celebrated actresses turn her back on all the world had to offer?

By K.V. Turley

23 Jun 2020
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Holy Mass in the Cell of St. Thomas More

What it's like to attend Mass in the cell where St. Thomas More was held prisoner before his martyrdom.

By K.V. Turley

23 Jun 2020
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St. John Fisher, the Martyr Overshadowed by St. Thomas More

On June 22, 1535, St. John Fisher knelt and prayed the Te Deum and Psalm 31, and laid his neck on the executioner's block.

23 Jun 2020
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After St. Junipero Serra statue is torn down, San Francisco archbishop says protests being ‘hijacked’ by violence

After the toppling of a saint’s statue in San Francisco, the city’s archbishop said Saturday that important protests over racial injustice have been “hijacked” by a mob bent on violence.

21 Jun 2020
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Pope Francis adds three titles to Catholic litany of the Blessed Virgin Mary

Pope Francis has approved the inclusion of three additional invocations in the Litany of the Blessed Virgin Mary, also called the Litany of Loreto.

21 Jun 2020
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Cardinal Pell's prison journal will be 'spiritual classic,' publisher says

The publisher of the prison diary of Cardinal George Pell said the text reveals the courage, conviction, and Christian charity of the cardinal.

21 Jun 2020