Could ‘Roe’ go? What the ‘Dobbs’ case could mean for abortion in Michigan – Detroit Catholic

Nearly 50 years ago, the U.S. Supreme Court, in a controversial decision, established a constitutional right to abortion. Could ‘Roe’

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Chilean lawmakers keep criminal sanctions for most abortions – Detroit Catholic

SANTIAGO, Chile (CNS) ─ Lawmakers in Chile’s lower house of congress narrowly defeated a bill that would have allowed abortion

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Bishops approve revisions of statutes for the catechumenate – Detroit Catholic

BALTIMORE (CNS) — During their fall assembly in Baltimore, the bishops were presented with, and voted to approve, revised national

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Pilgrims flock to beatified teen’s tomb in Assisi ahead of feast day – Detroit Catholic: Read Catholic News & Stories

ROME (CNS) ─ Thousands of pilgrims have flocked to the tomb of Blessed Carlo Acutis, the 15-year-old Italian teenager whose

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Hostility, conflict are fruits of the devil, pope tells Vatican police – Detroit Catholic: Read Catholic News & Stories

VATICAN CITY (CNS) –– The devil’s mission is to destroy any peace and harmony in people’s lives and relationships, Pope

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‘Awakening of the silent majority’: Pro-lifers take to streets in Mexico – Detroit Catholic: Read Catholic News & Stories

MEXICO CITY (CNS) –– Thousands of protesters took to the streets across Mexico in marches promoted as “pro-woman and pro-life”

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Nuncio, on behalf of pope, urges Missouri governor to halt Oct. 5 execution – Detroit Catholic: Read Catholic News & Stories

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. (CNS) –– Archbishop Christophe Pierre, nuncio to the United States, has urged Missouri Republican Gov. Mike Parson

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Hundreds support right to life across Michigan on ‘Life Chain Sunday’ (PHOTOS) – Detroit Catholic: Read Catholic News & Stories

DETROIT — According to the Michigan Department of Health and Human Services, more elective abortions took place in Michigan last

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Pew: Social hostility toward religion down, government hostility stays high – Detroit Catholic: Read Catholic News & Stories

WASHINGTON (CNS) — Social hostilities against religious believers and churches dipped in 2019, according to a Pew Research Center report

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Pope to begin synodal process with Mass in St. Peter’s Basilica – Detroit Catholic: Read Catholic News & Stories

VATICAN CITY (CNS) — The Vatican announced that Pope Francis will formally launch the process of the Synod of Bishops

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