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Livestream installer: it’s ‘an absolute privilege’ to bring Mass to locked-down Catholics

When Paul Fulgoni heard the news about the coronavirus pandemic spreading across Europe, he decided that his small electronics company needed to leap into action.

18 Jun 2020
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What Bees Can Teach Us About Mary and the Church

If you don’t know who you are or what your purpose is in life, you’re going to stumble and fall.

By Vincent Weaver

18 Jun 2020
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‘Huge disappointment’ as UK House of Lords backs Northern Ireland abortion regulations

The House of Lords backed new abortion regulations for Northern Ireland by an overwhelming majority Monday, after the Northern Ireland Assembly rejected the “imposition” of abortion legislation by Westminster.

17 Jun 2020
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Catholics on Guernsey to hold all-night prayer vigil ahead of abortion law debate

The Catholic Church on the Channel Island of Guernsey is holding an all night prayer vigil Tuesday, immediately ahead of a debate on the liberalization of abortion law in the island.

17 Jun 2020
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Vatican officials grant bail to London property broker

The Vatican said Monday that officials had granted bail to the Italian businessman Gianluigi Torzi who

16 Jun 2020
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Bishops entrust Polish Church to Mary in St. John Paul II centenary year

Bishops entrusted the Church in Poland to the Virgin Mary on Monday as they marked the centenary of the

16 Jun 2020
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Cardinal Pell: Gospel ‘helped me to survive’ in prison

Cardinal George Pell told a group of Australian students that his Christian faith helped him persevere

16 Jun 2020
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Prague Catholics rejoice at restoration of Marian statue toppled by angry mob

A historic statue of Mary atop a column, torn down by an angry crowd more than 100 years ago, has been

16 Jun 2020
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How the Catholic Church helped unemployed laborers in the 1920s

The 1920s are known as the “Roaring Twenties” because they were years of economic growth and rising prosperity. But while the U.S. was booming, other countries were grappling with stagnation and mass unemployment.

16 Jun 2020
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As English churches reopen, Welsh Catholics are still waiting

As churches across England reopen for private prayer Monday, Catholics in neighboring Wales are still waiting for the day when they will be allowed back to their churches.

16 Jun 2020
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Charles de Foucauld’s Eucharistic Procession Through the Sahara Desert

“Father de Foucauld, since his conversion, never for one day stopped thinking of that hour after which there are no others...”

15 Jun 2020