Zenit – The World Seen From Rome

Father Léandre Mbaydeyo, a priest from the diocese of N'Djaména in Chad, is currently studying in the parish of Saint Ambrose in Paris, with the help of a scholarship from the international Catholic pastoral charity and pontifical foundation Aid to the Church in Need (ACN International). In the interview below, [...]
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New Zealand's Catholic Bishops are urging voters to say “no” to the euthanasia referendum and ask that voters give “serious thoughts” to the effect of cannabis on vulnerable young people when considering the cannabis referendum. The General Election is scheduled for October 17. The six bishops make those calls in their [...]
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More than a thousand Catholics from around the Bay Area gathered Sunday morning in San Francisco for a eucharistic procession to protest the city's restrictions on religious gatherings. Led by Archbishop Salvatore J. Cordileone, the crowd walked from Civic Center Plaza across from City Hall to St. Mary's Cathedral before [...]
Mon, Sep 21, 2020, Continue reading at the source
“The death of young Bryan José, from our city of Matagalpa, once again shakes Nicaraguan society. He belonged to our ‘Pastorale Cristo Joven' of the Cathedral and his parents work with us in the Meetings of Spouses. my prayer and my love, as Pastor, for the family”: with these words [...]
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Church leaders have urged people not to forget the lessons of martial law and never let its “horrors” happen again, reported CBCP News. Bishop Ruperto Santos of Balanga made this call as the nation marked the 48th anniversary of the military rule by late strongman Ferdinand Marcos on Sept. 21. “We have [...]
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