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College cemetery reconsecrated after vandalism attack

A vandal defaced gravestones and a central cross with swastikas at the Dominican Cemetery at Providence College

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Number of women freezing eggs or embryos soars, new data suggests

The number of women in the UK freezing their eggs or embryos has risen by 523 per cent

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Pope Francis appoints apostolic visitor for Ethiopian Catholics in US and Canada

The Pope named Fr Tesfaye Woldemariam Fesuh as apostolic visitor of Ge’ez Rite Catholics in the two countries

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The internet has taken away the joy of boredom

Bored, bored, bored … That’s been my coronavirus experience. Luckily, I’ve avoided the plague. But I’ve been thrown on my own inner resources – and found them woefully inadequate. I’ve …

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On Vatican II, Piety, and Being an Obedient Catholic

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Liberals and Modernists of every stripe attempt to defend their own identity as Catholics by an appeal to infallibility. This appeal is not an effort to safeguard the Tradition of the faith, but an effort to excuse one’s conscience from […]

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A novel about dashed hopes and delusions of grandeur

The Cactus League By Emily Nemens Farrar, Strauss and Giroux, 288pp, £20.99/$27 Many readers will be drawn to Emily Nemens’s first novel because of her day job as editor of …

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Pope Francis offers condolences to Benedict XVI following his brother’s death

The Pope expressed his “heartfelt sympathy” after the death of Mgr Georg Ratzinger on July 1 at the age of 96

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Bishop suspends priest who called Black Lives Matter activists ‘maggots’

A bishop in the United States suspended a Catholic priest from public ministry on Wednesday for comparing Black Lives Matter activists to 'maggots and parasites'

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Florida bishops hail new law on parental consent before minor has abortion

Pro-life advocates in Florida have applauded Governor Ron DeSantis after he signed a bill requiring parental consent before a minor has an abortion

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Catholic bishop: bill changes would leave UK with ‘most extreme abortion legislation in Europe’

An English bishop has urged Catholics to resist a new push to strip away protections for unborn children that would “leave the UK with the most extreme abortion legislation in Europe.”

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