Open letters and articles, challenging the lack of representativeness of the national documents sent to Rome at the end of the diocesan consultations of the synodal process, are circulating in Europe.
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Many national newspapers across Europe carried the story of the leaked draft opinion as front-page news, indicating the influence of U.S. policy on abortion laws on the continent.
Vladimir Putin said on April 12 that peace talks were at a “dead end.”
The Catholic mother of four is the first woman to lead the international body in 20 years.
Around 300 delegates will participate in the event, which is intended to offer a Christian perspective on Europe’s recovery in the political, economic, and social systems, especially after the coronavirus pandemic.
A Chamber of seven judges decided by six votes to one that courts in Belgium did not violate Article 6 § 1 of the convention, on the right of access to a court, when they declined jurisdiction in respect of the Vatican.
As the Charlotte Lozier Institute implied, U.S. abortion law is considerably more permissive than those of most of the 44 countries in Europe.
In his homily, Cardinal Parolin emphasized the importance of charity in renewing Europe.
Cardinal Parolin said that the Church’s response to societal changes should be “to offer a coherent and convinced witness of Christian life.”
COVID One Year Later: Catholic Bishops Across Europe Offer Masses and Lenten Prayer for Victims of Pandemic
The initiative will conclude on April 1, Holy Thursday, with prayers in Hungary and at the CCEE’s Secretariat in St. Gallen, Switzerland.