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British borough apologizes for removing bus ads promoting Franklin Graham festival

(RNS) — A British borough council and its transportation provider publicly apologized on their websites for removing bus ads promoting

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Nigerian herders kill 33, burn 4 churches days after kidnapping schoolchildren

NAIROBI, Kenya (RNS) — Barely a week after the kidnapping of nearly 140 students at a Baptist boarding school in

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PopeWatch: Pope Declares War on the Traditional Mass – The American Catholic

ROME (AP) — Pope Francis cracked down Friday on the spread of the old Latin Mass, reversing one of Pope

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Cardinal Dolan emphasizes ‘hope’ amid global religious persecution – Catholic World Report

There is reason for hope for global religious freedom, Cardinal Timothy Dolan of New York told an international gathering of

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Religion Clause: European Court Says Russia Violated Convention In Refusing To Register Same-Sex Unions

European Court Says Russia Violated Convention In Refusing To Register Same-Sex Unions In Fedotova and Others v. Russia, (ECHR, July

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RORATE CÆLI: Article: “Legal Considerations on the motu proprio Traditionis Custodes” – Restrictions demand strict interpretation

1. Principles The motu proprio “Traditionis Custodes” was issued by Pope Francis on 16 July 2021, along with an accompanying

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Twelve quick thoughts on Pope Francis dropping his long-expected bomb on the traditional latin Mass – Catholic Herald

1) In his motu proprio Traditionis Custodes, Pope Francis says St. John Paul II’s indults were only meant to heal the

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Cancelled Priests with Fr. John Lovell

Fr. John Lovell, co-founder of Coalition for Canceled Priests, joins Crisis Point to discuss his own cancellation by his bishop,

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Pope Francis’ Traditionis Custodes: Five Consequences of the New Motu Proprio Curtailing the Latin Mass| National Catholic Register

Where there is incense there is fire, at least when it comes to Catholics clashing over the liturgy. There was

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