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Vigano accuses Cardinal Sarah of causing him ‘harm’ in row over coronavirus letter

Archbishop Carlo Maria Viganò has accused a Vatican cardinal of causing him “serious harm” in a bitter

09 May 2020
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Marian basilica offers daily Eucharistic blessing of Rome under lockdown

A Eucharistic blessing of the city of Rome has been offered each day from the doorstep of Rome’s larges

08 May 2020
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‘Coronavirus, Where is Thy Sting?’ Why This Gripping Fear is Useless

As practical vigilance has given way to paralyzing anxiety, Christians must see things in light of t

07 May 2020
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Are All Religions Pretty Much the Same? No Way

Christianity is based on the Resurrection of Jesus from the dead — a historical fact that cannot be refuted.

By Fr. Dwight Longenecker

07 May 2020
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Cardinal Sarah: Many Pandemic Communion Proposals are ‘Madness’

“Jesus cannot be treated like this,” says the prefect of the Congregation for Divine Worship and the

06 May 2020
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Catholic Funerals Continue, But COVID-19 Adds Another Layer of Grief

Traditional funeral celebrations have been stymied by restrictions imposed to stem the disease’s spread.

By Joseph O'Brien

03 May 2020
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What are the twelve fruits of the Holy Spirit?

Catechism of the Catholic Church

01 May 2020
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What are the three eminent good works?

Catechism of the Catholic Church

24 Apr 2020
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Peter Sellers, Brother Cornelius and the Catholic Church

The son of a Jewish mother and Anglican father, Sellers was sent to St.

23 Apr 2020