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Tuesday, August 15, 2023

Why Did Jesus Walk on the Water?

Why Did Jesus Walk on the Water? Pope Francis’ Explanation

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Address on the occasion of the recitation of the Angelus on Sunday, August 13, 2023.

In Face of the Assassination of a Presidential Candidate, Pope Sends Message to the Country and to the Politicians  

The DJ Priest Who Woke Up One and a Half Million Young People in Lisbon’s WYD

Rafael Llanes

“I prepared it all to wake up the people, as if it were a hymn to God’s glory, as our life must be,” he said, after making everyone dance from 7:00 am on Sunday morning, August 6.

Indian bishop calls for end to violence against Catholics in India


ACN reported last month that more than 300 churches and other buildings belonging to Christian organisations had been destroyed during the violent conflict.

Cleveland: Bishop Establishes Diocesan Sanctuary for Tridentine Rite


On July 28th, Monsignor Edward Malesic issued a decree transforming St. Elizabeth of Hungary Church in Cleveland into a diocesan sanctuary dedicated to the traditional Mass and the administration of other sacraments. Monsignor Malesic stated that the church would be employed “for worship according to the 1962 Roman Missal and other liturgical texts in use during that era.”

Vatican paid more than 10 million euros to Italy in taxes. APSA publishes 2022 report


It should be recalled that APSA is tasked with administering movable and immovable properties of the Holy See, guided by certain purposes. 

Pakistan: In the face of persecution, Christian schools promote religious tolerance


The archbishop highlighted that the majority of the 40,000 pupils attending Catholic schools in the diocese are Muslim, which provides a great opportunity for fostering interfaith tolerance and mutual understanding.

Is Brazil on the Way to No Longer Being the Country with the Greatest Number of Catholics in the World?


The possibility exists of the proportion of Catholics falling under the 50% threshold

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