Iran’s hostility toward Israel goes back more than 40 years, with a proxy conflict having been waged between the two Middle Eastern countries for decades.
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For many years, knowledgeable voices have been warning the Vatican about the dangers of Sinicization.
COMMENTARY: This diplomatic policy means that Catholics under persecution by repressive regimes such as Nicaragua, China and Venezuela should not expect rhetorical support from the Vatican.
In addition to racial discrimination, Archbishop Gallagher also noted that religious discrimination and persecution remains a serious problem throughout the world.
The bill seeks to prevent and oppose “discrimination and violence for reasons based on sex, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity, and disability.”
Archbishop Gallagher lamented that Catholics in the West today seem to be more timid to share their faith in public, but said he has “hope and faith.”
The Chaldean patriarch was one of the featured speakers at a recent Rome conference on religious freedom, hosted by the University of Notre Dame.