The six Rome-based employees of CNS met privately with Pope Francis at the apostolic palace on Feb. 1 to mark the news agency’s centenary.
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Bishop Yuri Kasabutsky, an auxiliary bishop of Minsk-Mogilev archdiocese, said that the sudden cessation of the broadcasts showed that the authorities were attempting to “put pressure” on the Catholic Church.
A 2016 report on an inspection of the facility by the health department shows that the facility at that time was in violation of multiple state standards involving the sterilization and storing of equipment, and the proper documentation of medication and procedures.
Final report from House panel indicates abuses and possibly criminal violations occur between abortion businesses and tissue harvesters.
Father Tom Kearns is in the hospital recovering from an attack outside of Blessed Sacrament Church in Kansas City, Kansas.
Proposal is expected to go into effect in the Netherlands by the end of 2017.
The Oct. 14 outing is part of the Pope’s initiatives to spend time with various groups each month during the Jubilee of Mercy.
‘I want to emphasize and reiterate my closeness to all victims of the inhuman conflict in Syria. With a sense of urgency, I renew my appeal,’ the Pope said on Oct. 12. The Holy Father’s audience also focused on mercy: In a world ‘stricken with the virus of indifference,’ the works of mercy ‘are the best antidote.’