Archbishop Laurent Ulrich of Lille wrote April 7 that “it is care, gentleness and support that our fellow citizens need … Protecting the person who suffers by accompanying them with care is not equivalent to killing.”
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The Chapelle Saint-Joseph, built by the Jesuits in Lille between 1880 and 1886, is being bulldozed by the Catholic University of Lille to make way for a new student building.
Launched in 2016 in France, Via Caritatis’ grand cru wines — the fruit of an association between wine growers and the monks and nuns of the Abbeys of Le Barroux — are now available in the U.S.
A leak in the French media suggested the rebuilding of the interior of the cathedral is tilting towards a more contemporary style, but the Archdiocese of Paris insists no decision will be made before the end of March.
The debate over the charter and the “French values” it contains continues following at least three suspected Islamist terrorist attacks during 2020.
The prime minister met with a delegation of French bishops Sunday night to discuss a new gauge for the resumption of public Masses after France’s strict second lockdown.
The statement from the French bishops Nov. 7 announced that the judge's dismissal of their appeal was “based solely on health grounds.”
Police are treating the incident as attempted murder, with the gunman still at large.
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.