Queen Elizabeth II’s Encounters with Five Popes| National Catholic Register

Here is a look back at the five popes the queen met during her lifetime. Queen Elizabeth II’s Encounters with

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The Witness of Queen Elizabeth II

To say she was a remarkable woman wouldn’t begin to do her justice. The Queen was unquestionably one of the

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On Her Majesty’s spiritual service – Catholic Herald

Elizabeth II came to the throne two years before I was born, and three-and-a-half centuries after her namesake knighted my

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King Charles III: The history behind the regnal name

Prince William and Catherine will also see their titles change to the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge and Cornwall King

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Queen Elizabeth II Broke Tradition, Honored Catholics – CatholicVote org

Queen Elizabeth II’s death on September 8, 2022, inspired a worldwide outpouring of grief and fond remembrances.  Queen Elizabeth II

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Upon the death of Queen Elizabeth II – ✠SELEISI

A statement by the Titular Archbishop of Selsey on the death of Her Majesty, Queen Elizabeth II of the United

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Queen Elizabeth II dies aged 96: Royal family and nation in mourning – latest news

The Queen, Britain’s longest-serving monarch, has passed away at the age of 96 after 70 years on the throne. Queen Elizabeth

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Evening Meditations for the Thirteenth Thursday After Pentecost~ St Alphonsus Liguori

Eutychius says that Jesus uttered these words with a loud voice that all hearing Him calling upon God His Father, all might understand He was the true Son of God. But St. John Chrysostom writes that Jesus cried with a loud voice to teach us that He did not die of necessity, but of His own free will, uttering so strong a voice at the very moment when He was so weak and about to end His life. This was in conformity with what Jesus had said during His life, that He voluntarily sacrificed His life for His sheep, and not through the will and malice of His enemies: I lay down my life for my sheep … No man taketh it from me, but I lay it down of myself (Jo. x. 15, 18).

Today’s “The Imitation of Christ” Book One Chapter IV Of prudence in what we do

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Omaha Archdiocese to Delay and Revise New Gender Identity Policy| National Catholic Register

A spokesman for the archdiocese reiterated that the new policy would continue to affirm the Church’s teachings on gender, even

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