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Carol Glatz - Catholic News Service September 21, 2020
Father Zollner said the working group he belongs to, on education and formation, talked about the four webinars on safeguarding that were held over the summer and sponsored by the women's International Union of Superiors General.
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Carol Glatz - Catholic News Service September 16, 2020
Religious orders are creating new ways to promote family and community-based child care as opposed to institutionalized care.
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Carol Glatz - Catholic News Service September 14, 2020
“Every tragic death brings with it great pain. But when it snatches (the lives of) five adolescents and a young mother, it is immense, unbearable without God’s help,” he told members of the victims’ families Sept. 12.
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Carol Glatz - Catholic News Service September 14, 2020
Church services and Mass online cannot compare to or replace the in-person participation of the faithful, Cardinal Sarah told the world's bishops.
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Carol Glatz - Catholic News Service August 26, 2020
During a livestream from the library of the Apostolic Palace, Pope Francis continued a series of talks on the principles of the church's social doctrine as a guide for healing and building a better future.
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Carol Glatz - Catholic News Service August 26, 2020
It’s a long-standing puzzle: If there is such a high probability of life existing elsewhere in the universe, then, as Enrico Fermi was alleged to have said, “Where is everybody?
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Carol Glatz - Catholic News Service August 21, 2020
The figure of Mary is often distorted and exploited by criminal organizations as a way to make people more submissive and “turn them into slaves,” according to Father Stefano Cecchin.
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Carol Glatz - Catholic News Service August 19, 2020
The preferential option for the poor, which includes feeding the hungry and drawing close to the excluded, “is the key criterion of Christian authenticity,” Pope Francis said Aug. 19 during his weekly general audience.
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Carol Glatz - Catholic News Service August 13, 2020
One kind of ministry, by its nature but also church mandate, shuns the limelight and remains discreet: exorcism.
A girl prays after releasing a paper lantern on the Motoyasu River facing the gutted Atomic Bomb Dome in Hiroshima, Japan, Aug 6, 2020, the 75th anniversary of the U.S. dropping the atomic bomb on Hiroshima. (CNS photo/Yuriko Nakao, Reuters)
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Carol Glatz - Catholic News Service August 06, 2020
"May the prophetic voices" of the survivors of Hiroshima and Nagasaki "continue to serve as a warning to us and for coming generations," Pope Francis said in a written message to Hidehiko Yuzaki, governor of the Hiroshima prefecture.