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Solène Tadié
NEWS ANALYSIS: As we enter a new decade, a retrospective on the Holy Father’s impact on the international stage offers an insight into one of the most important aspects of his pontificate.
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Lauretta Brown
‘Cross in Fire’ gives tangible expression to the suffering of Christians, raising international awareness of their plight.
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Courtney Mares/CNA
The Holy Father prayed a Hail Mary for Syrians threatened by the violence, called for the elimination of human trafficking worldwide.
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Lauretta Brown
Disease outbreak has had a ‘dramatic’ effect, according to Italian Catholic sociologist Massimo Introvigne.
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Peter Jesserer Smith
Byzantine chant takes its place among 42 other traditions and practices recognized by the United Nations as part of the shared intangible patrimony of humanity.
World
K.V. Turley
The campaign by Chestertonians worldwide to stop developers from knocking down Overroads and putting up an apartment block has succeeded.
Nation
Celeste McGovern
The US’ neighbor to the north extends euthanasia to the disabled and mentally ill, considers ‘advance directives’ to kill in case of mental decline.
World
Solène Tadié
The 2020 ‘World Watch List’ on the persecution of Christians highlights an unprecedented level of persecution against Christians.
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Anto Akkara
Critics say the law, which denies the opportunity for citizenship to Muslim refugees, is a threat to India’s secular democracy.
World
Georgette Bechara
Christian charity will carry People of God and their fellow citizens forward in the days ahead.
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Edward Pentin
UPDATED: The book, entitled From the Depths of Our Hearts, addresses the ‘dark time’ the Catholic priesthood is enduring because of Church scandals and ‘the constant questioning of their consecrated celibacy.’
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Edward Pentin
The region, which was targeted by one of the pair of missile attacks launched yesterday as retaliation against the U.S., is home to several thousand Christians who have been trying to rebuild their lives.
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Anto Akkara
The Supreme Court of India ordered their release on bail, as they challenge their controversial convictions for the 2008 assassination of a prominent Hindu holy man.
Nation
Matthew Bunson
Which headlines dominated Register news pages this year?
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Register Staff
Eternal rest grant unto them, O Lord, and let the perpetual light shine upon them...
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Solène Tadié
While the de-Christianization process reaches unprecedented levels across the nation, young French Catholics are more and more attracted by faith-filled zeal.
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Peter Jesserer Smith
Christians in the Middle East seek to provide a witness of hope as old threats linger and newer ones emerge this Christmas.
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Edward Pentin
Assyrian Iraqi Christian Pascale Warda served as minister for immigration and refugees in the Iraqi interim government that followed the 2003 U.S.-led invasion of Iraq.
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Edward Pentin
Paul Marshall comments on ‘secularization theory,’ ignorance among diplomats and journalists and the culture wars.
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Michele Chabin
The Nino Dios home in Bethlehem cares for 36 Palestinian children with severe disabilities.
World
Edward Pentin
Hungarian government sponsors a conference that brought together men and women who are on the front lines in protecting Christians around the world.
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K.V. Turley
A day of prayer, a healing ministry and a public act of atonement respond to deep wounds.
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Edward Pentin
Bishop Franz-Josef Bode told the Register that the recent synod’s push for married priests and women deacons ‘complies with our reflections’ for the German Church’s upcoming ‘Synodal Path.’
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Catholic News Agency
The Holy Father continued to pray for peace Sunday, calling for an end to war and the threat of nuclear weapons.
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Hannah Brockhaus/CNA
The Holy Father spoke of and prayed for peace at the site of the World War II bombing.
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Hannah Brockhaus/CNA
In his homily, Pope Francis also pointed to the Japanese martyrs St. Paul Miki and his 25 companions.
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Hannah Brockhaus/CNA
‘I have come here as a pilgrim to pray, to confirm you in the faith, and to be confirmed by the faith of these brothers and sisters,’ he said.
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Hannah Brockhaus/CNA
The Pope celebrated Mass for an estimated 10,000 young people in and outside of Bangkok’s Cathedral of the Assumption.
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Hannah Brockhaus/CNA
Pope Francis addressed around 700 doctors, nurses and service personnel of St. Louis Catholic Hospital and other Catholic health centers in Thailand.