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Thursday, April 13, 2017

Egypt's Christians to hold restrained Easter services

Egypt's Christians to hold restrained Easter services in light of attacks

After two bomb attacks on worshippers at Coptic Orthodox churches on Sunday, the Coptic Orthodox Archdiocese of Minya has announced it will celebrate Easter without the typical festive accoutrements.

US bishops back religious freedom for adoption, foster care providers

Three chairmen of the U.S. Catholic Bishops Conference have voiced strong support for a measure that would restore certain religious freedoms to child welfare providers.

EWTN chairman named consultor for Vatican communications office

On Wednesday, the Vatican announced that EWTN’s Chairman and Chief Executive Officer Michael P. Warsaw has been named by Pope Francis as a consultor to the Vatican Secretariat for Communications.

Pope Francis: we find hope in embracing our crosses with love

by Hannah Brockhaus
As the Church this week reflects on Jesus’ crucifixion and death, Pope Francis said that it is the cross that gives us hope, and urged faithful to enter into the mystery of Christ’s death by contemplating the joy that comes from sacrifice.

Pope Francis dismisses from clerical state priest who stole $300k

Pope Francis has dismissed a New Hampshire priest from the clerical state, after the priest was convicted of stealing some $300,000 from the local diocese, a hospital and a deceased priest's estate.

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