NEWS ANALYSIS: The bioethics bill recently adopted by the French Parliament could lead to changes in European civilization that experts say would be difficult to reverse.
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France’s National Assembly, the lower house of the country’s parliament, passed a bill Aug. 1 adding "psychosocial distress" as grounds for an abortion as part of the country’s Bioethics Law.
Amiens is the largest cathedral in France, with an inner volume twice the size of that of Notre-Dame de Paris.
In November 2019 the Catholic bishops of France approved plans to offer financial compensation to victims of sexual abuse by clergy.
Christian Chenay, France’s oldest doctor, is still providing medical assistance to a local community of missionaries, whom he has served as a doctor for 50-plus years.
The French government has decided to maintain suspension of public Masses during Phase 2 of the pandemic, despite an intense outcry from the clergy and the faithful.
French officials told reporters April 21 that the pope and Macron had discussed the debts of developing countries, aid to Africa, the need for a global ceasefire and the importance of a united Europe.
Archbishop Michel Aupetit of Paris venerated the cathedral’s relic of Christ’s crown of thorns inside the damaged cathedral on Good Friday.
As we celebrate the 1600th anniversary of the Patron Saint of Paris, her testimony remains a source of inspiration for all Christendom.