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In a Register interview, Cardinal Willem Eijk discusses his concerns about gender ideology, and how faithful Catholics can respond to the current moral crisis in the Church.
The legislation would add anti-discrimination protections for sexual orientation and gender identity to existing protections for race, color, national origin, sex, disability and religion.
Kathy Folan told the Register that she never considered abortion after she discovered she had become pregnant, and viewed the child she entrusted to another family as a gift from God.
‘You Are the Light of the World’ to serve as starting point for U.S. bishops’ meeting.
The next World Meeting of Families will mark the fifth anniversary of Amoris Laetitia -- Pope Francis’ apostolic exhortation on love in the family.
According to State Senator Koenig, the bill’s provisions are justified by a 98.5% chance of an unborn child surviving to term after eight weeks, compared to a 24% chance of a natural miscarriage at five weeks and under.
Father Hermann Geissler, who maintained his innocence throughout the process, stepped down from his position within the CDF Jan. 29, where he had been an official since 1993.
In his recent pastoral note, Archbishop Allen Vigneron emphasized the importance of Sunday as a day of holy rest.
In recent years, Burkina Faso has seen an increase in terrorist activity from jihadist groups, including al-Qaeda affiliates.