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From Putin to Gaza, abuse and Fiducia Supplicans. Interview with the Pope

Interview with the Pope on the CBS Evening News program in the United States.

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Germany: research reveals that young clergy are conservative and opposed to ecclesiastical progressivism

Titled "Who Will Be a Priest?", the study delves into the origins and motivations of current priests. Commissioned by the German Bishops' Conference (DBK) Commission for Priestly Vocations and Ecclesial Services, the research engaged 847 men ordained between 2010 and 2021, as well as 1,668 men who left seminary during their training.

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Religious symbols banned in Polish capital, forced to use LGBT+ language

According to the newspaper, the new regulations mandate that all official events must be secular and devoid of prayers. The updated code of conduct also requires public employees to respect same-sex couples, allowing them to collect official documents on behalf of their partners despite the lack of legal recognition of their relationships under current Polish law.

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Canadian archbishop fights for church’s right to reject euthanasia

In a significant clash over these policies, Archbishop Christian Lépine of Montreal has taken a stand against Quebec’s Attorney General. Lépine has appealed to the Quebec Superior Court to halt the enforcement of a 2023 amendment to the End-of-Life Care Act. This amendment mandates that palliative care hospices must include Medical Assistance in Dying (MAiD) among their services.

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UK: This is what the new Catholic mayor of Westminster looks like

Since 2010, Rigby has been representing the Regent’s Park ward in Westminster. His notable contributions include leading the planning committee and serving in senior roles related to finance, regeneration, parking, housing, and community engagement.

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Vatican Museums to Exhibit Saint Peter’s Tunic and Saint John the Evangelist’s Dalmatic

The two precious tunics will remain exhibited exceptionally for a brief period inside the museum tour in the Hall of Speeches of Pius IX, located at the exit of the Sistine Chapel.

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Pope Francis Summarizes Fiducia Supplicans in Four Lines and Makes It Very Clear: Homosexual Couples Cannot Be Blessed

"To bless a union of a homosexual type goes against the law, the Natural Law, the law of the Church" says the Pope

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Official: Pope Francis to visit Belgium and Luxembourg in September 2024

Pope Francis to visit Luxembourg on September 26 and Belgium from September 26 to 29

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The crucial role of academic institutions in a world of change, says Pope

Address to a delegation of the Board of Trustees of Loyola University Chicago

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