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Lives of the Martyrs: Heroes ISIS Gave Us – Tom Hoopes, Catholic Vote

'First Human' Discovered in Ethiopia: What It Means For Catholics – Stacy Trasancos PhD, The Integrated Catholic Life™

The Cover Up at Catholic Relief Services - Michael Hichborn, Lepanto Institute

A Dozen College Students Describe Lent, Here’s What They Said - Lucy East, Epic Pew

Coptic Bishop Explains Why He Forgives ISIS – Daniel Philpott, Aleteia∝

Maria Lactans: Sacred or Scandalous? – Lauren Meyers, Ignitum Today

Religion and Violence – Howard Kainz, The Catholic Thing

Beheadings Sign of Gathering Genocide in Middle East – Mariz Tadros, Aleteia∝

San Diego’s New Bishop Champions 'Seamless Garment' Theory: Poverty on Same Moral Level as Abortion - Hilary White, Life Site

Prominent Blogger Plays Race Card on Death Penalty – Donald R. McClarey JD, The American Catholic

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Father Alberto Reyes has emerged as a critical voice against the extreme poverty and repressive actions of Cuba's police state.

Cuba’s Government Shuts Down Priest’s Peaceful Protest

The Office of Religious Affairs of the Central Committee of the Communist Party of Cuba “manages the different aspects of religious life” in the country, as noted in the 2023 Religious Freedom Report of Aid to the Church in Need.