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COMMENTARY: The issue in Dumont v. Lyon, like the Masterpiece Cakeshop case, is how to protect religious liberty — set out in the Constitution — when people might be forced to act contrary to those beliefs.
Recovering the discipline of good Catholic moral reasoning is urgent, Philadelphia shepherd says.
Cardinal Reinhard Marx says a new ‘guide’ allowing some Protestant spouses to receive Holy Communion under certain circumstances is a ‘positive step;’ some theologians have strongly warned against such a move.
Alfie Evans’ case echoes that of Charlie Gard, who died in July 2017 after being taken off life support against his parents’ wishes.
As the Republic of Ireland prepares to vote in a referendum, a recent poll has shown dwindling support for a change in the constitution.
The persecution ranges from threats and physical violence to destruction of church property.
Italian priest who helped make the discovery says it is reminiscent of the Eucharistic miracle of Siena in 1730.
The evangelist died Feb. 21.