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  • Morning Catholic must-reads: 27/06/17
    A Filipino priest kidnapped by ISIS-affiliated militants is reportedly still alive. Fr David Vard has become Ireland’s youngest priest. Cardinal Vincent Nichols has urged the Lithuanian parliament to renew its commitment to tackling human trafficking. Robert Mickens says that tomorrow ...
    Source: Catholic HeraldMon, Jun 26By Luke Coppen
    3 hours ago
  • Catholic leaders decry SCOTUS upholding parts of Trump travel ban
    On the same day the U.S. Supreme Court delivered a ruling on a religious freedom case that’s been hailed by Catholic leaders, other Church officials are decrying a separate decision that upheld at least parts of the Trump administration’s ban ...
    Source: Crux NowMon, Jun 26By Crux Staff
    4 hours ago
  • National Catholic Register Named ‘Newspaper of the Year’
    By The Editors | IRONDALE, Ala. — The National Catholic Register, which will mark its 90th anniversary in November, was named “Newspaper of the Year” at the Catholic Press Association’s annual Catholic Media Conference June ...
    Source: NC RegisterMon, Jun 26By NCRegister
    4 hours ago
  • Catholic hospital reverses decision to provide assisted suicide
    But there are questions about whether St. Boniface in Winnipeg allows morally unacceptable assessments for euthanasia. ...
    Source: Life Site NewsMon, Jun 26By dbean@lifesitenews.com
    5 hours ago
  • Supreme Court allows state funding in church playground case
    The United States Supreme Court on June 26 ruled 7-2  in favor of a church seeking public funds for a new playground surface, saying religious organizations have the same right to seek state money for non-religious uses as other charitable ...
    Source: Crux NowMon, Jun 26By Crux Staff
    10 hours ago
  • Vatican expresses ‘grave concern’ over missing Chinese bishop
    The Vatican has expressed “grave concern” over the situation of a bishop in mainland China who has been in government custody for almost 10 months and moved repeatedly in an apparent attempt to prevent him from assuming leadership of his ...
    Source: Catholic HeraldMon, Jun 26By Catholic News Service
    10 hours ago
  • Christian leaders concerned over talks to form new Executive in Northern Ireland
    Christian leaders in Ireland have sent a letter to the leaders of the main political parties in Northern Ireland, calling on them to come to an agreement ot form a new government. The political stalemate began after the nationalist Sinn ...
    Source: Crux NowMon, Jun 26By Crux Staff
    11 hours ago
  • Pope Francis: Taking care of the sick, a reminder of Christian grace
    (Vatican Radio) Pope Francis on Monday received the Italian League for the Fight against Tumors, stressing the importance of accompanying families and those on the margins on the path of prevention and cure.Listen to this report: Thanking those gathered ...
    Source: News.vaMon, Jun 26
    13 hours ago
  • Wrestling, Discipleship, and Being a Husband: An Interview with Corey Robinson
    Sports and family are two aspects of human life that can teach us so much about who we are and the need for virtue to authentically live our vocation and call to evangelize. Today, Jared Zimmerer chats with Corey Robinson, ...
    Source: Word on Fire BlogMon, Jun 26
    21 hours ago
  • Pope Francis salutes Lithuania’s first Soviet-era martyr
    (Vatican Radio) Pope Francis sent special greetings to Lithuanian Catholics on Sunday as he recalled the Beatification, in Vilnius, of the nation’s first Soviet-era martyr. “Today in Vilnius, Bishop Teofilius Matulionis, who was murdered because of hatred towards the faith ...
    Source: News.vaSun, Jun 25
    1 day ago
  • Pope prays for victims of landslide tragedy in China
    (Vatican Radio) Pope Francis has expressed his closeness and grief for the victims of a landslide that engulfed a village in Sichuan province in south-western China. Speaking on Sunday after the recitation of the Angelus in St. Peters’ Square, the ...
    Source: News.vaSun, Jun 25
    1 day ago
  • U.S. Bishops Chairman Reacts to Draft Senate Health Care Bill
    WASHINGTON—After the U.S. Senate introduced a "discussion draft" of its health care bill, Bishop Frank J. Dewane of Venice, Florida, Chairman of the U.S. Bishops' Committee on Domestic Justice and Human Development, highlighted certain positive elements in the bill, but ...
    Source: USCCBThu, Jun 22
    4 days ago

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