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Madonna Wants to Talk to Pope Francis About Abortion

Madonna wants to have a conversation with Pope Francis about how Jesus would support abortion. The topic of abortion came up in a recent interview with Australian television host Andrew Denton. “Let’s talk about Jesus’ point of view about women,” Madonna said in her conversation with Denton. She sat down with the television host for …

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Pope Benedict XVI Did Not Suffer Stroke, Vatican Says

ROME – A Vatican source denied rumors that Pope emeritus Benedict XVI suffered a stroke this week. Rumors began circulating on social media on Monday night. Various social media posts claimed that Benedict suffered a mild ischemia stroke, where arteries to the brain become blocked and reduce blood flow. Some blamed the heat wave in …

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A Priest for Just Twenty-Five Days, Father Michal Los Passes Away

WARSAW – Following a terminal cancer diagnosis, Father Michal Los, FDP, passed away on June 17, 2019. He was a priest for just twenty-five days. “We believe that he met with the Risen Christ whom he so desperately wanted to serve as a priest. Thank you for all your prayers and support,” the Polish Province …

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Pope Authorizes Pilgrimages to Medjugorje—but doesn’t Authenticate Site

On May 12, Pope Francis gave the green light for Catholics to pilgrimage to Medjugorje, Bosnia and Herzegovina, which the sight of alleged Marian apparitions. Papal spokesman Alessandro Gisotti said in a statement the same day that this authorization of pilgrimage should not be taken as “authentication” of the alleged apparitions, “which still require an …

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World Continues to Mourn Sri Lanka, Investigators Hunt Down Bombers

Sri Lanka — April 21, 2019, an unknown number of suicide bombers successfully detonated in six churches and hotels and in a coordinated and highly coordinated attack. Here is everything we know at this time based on what officials have released and what eye witnesses have told us in interviews. The bombs There were six …

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Catholic Bishops Around the World Respond to the Bombings in Sri Lanka

A horrible terror ripped through the world on Easter Sunday, as suicide bombers simultaneously attacked three churches and three hotels in Sri Lanka, leaving more than 350 people dead. Two of the churches were Catholic and the other was Evangelical. Sri Lanka’s president has asked two top security officials to resign admits outrage that the …

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