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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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Former Bank of America Exec Tapped as Next Washington Auxiliary

Last edited 8th March 2017

On Wednesday the Vatican announced Pope Francis’ appointment of Fr. Roy Edward Campbell, Jr., a former vice-president for Bank of America, as an auxiliary bishop for the Archdiocese of Washington.


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Abuse Survivor Resigns from Papal Commission That Works to Prevent Abuse

Last edited 1st March 2017

Marie Collins is one of the victims of abuse who worked in the Vatican Commission for the Protection of Minors. Since its first meeting in 2015, she warned that if what it publically declares does not correspond with any concrete action, she would leave.


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Australian Bishop Tells Commission He was Abused by Clergy as an Adult

Last edited 21st February 2017

The eleventh day of the Royal Commission’s Catholic “wrap up” hearing was held yesterday (21/02/2017) in Sydney.


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ISIS Vows More Attacks on Egypt’s Christians

Last edited 20th February 2017

PHOTO: A nun cries after the bombing of a Coptic chapel in Cairo in December (CNS)


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Day 2 of the Royal Commission’s Catholic Wrap Up: Summary and Analysis

Last edited 7th February 2017

The second day of the Royal Commission’s Catholic “wrap up” hearing was held today in Sydney. You can read a summary of yesterday’s hearings here. The Commission today heard from Father Thomas Doyle OP, a US Priest with significant experience in the Church’s handling of child sexual abuse, Dr Michelle Mulvihill, psychologist and former Sister of Mercy, Professor Neil James Ormerod, Professor of Theology at ACU and Father Francis Maloney SDB, Senior Professorial Fellow at College of Divinity, Victoria.


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