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The First Catholic church in 60 years is Being Built in Cuba

Last edited 19th May 2017

Funded by a parish in Florida, a new Catholic church is being built in Cuba and is the first the island nation has seen in 60 years.


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First Medjugorje Apparitions ‘Were Real’, Vatican Commission Reportedly Found

Last edited 17th May 2017

The commission was apparently much more sceptical of the later apparitions


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Syrian Sister: There is Still Solidarity and Coexistence Between Christians and Muslims

Last edited 16th May 2017

Sister Carol has received a prestigious award. It is the award granted by the US government to women who have displayed a tremendous amount of courage in extreme situations.


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Vatican Cricket Paves the Way for Pope's Trip to Fatima Through Inter-religious Games

Last edited 11th May 2017

The Vatican Cricket team has returned from Fatima where they participated in an interfaith tournament with teams of other religions, such as Muslims, Hindus and Jews. They say that they want to align their mission with the inter-religious mission of Pope Francis, both on and off the field.


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$100m Blow to Catholic Schools

Last edited 4th May 2017

The Catholic Education Commission of Victoria (CECV) has sounded the alarm on a controversial formula at the heart of the changes that could slow the growth in funding to the sector to just 1.9 per cent after 2021, fuelling concerns that threaten to divide the Coalition backbench ahead of a partyroom “showdown” on Tuesday.


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Christians in Iraq to Walk More Than 80 Miles for Peace

Last edited 3rd April 2017

The walk will take place during Holy Week and will begin with a Palm Sunday Mass in Irbil


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9 Things You Need to Know About Palm (Passion) Sunday by Jimmy Akin

Last edited 3rd April 2017

Palm Sunday--or is it Passion Sunday?--marks the beginning of Holy Week. This day commemorates not one but two very significant events in the life of Christ.


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Jesus Christ’s Tomb Resurrected to Former Glory after $4 Million Makeover

Last edited 21st March 2017

THE tomb where Jesus Christ is believed to have been buried has been resurrected to its former glory after undergoing a $4 million makeover.


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Focolare Movement Brings Together Muslim, Buddhist, Hindu and Christian Families

Last edited 16th March 2017

It's not common to have an organized event for Muslim, Hindu, Buddhist and Christian families. However, this is what took place Loppiano, Italy.


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Cardinal Nichols Thanks Pope Francis for ‘Steadfast’ Defence of Church Teaching

Last edited 12th March 2017

Cardinal Vincent Nichols, the Archbishop of Westminster, has sent a letter of congratulations to Pope Francis on the fourth anniversary of his election as Pope, thanking him for his “steadfast” defence of Church teaching.


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