Ahead of the Nov. 8-11 bishops’ meeting, more than 200 Catholics sent a letter to the bishops’ conference calling for an independent investigation into clerical abuse.
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The bill would apply to patients over 18 who are “in a situation of extreme suffering, with an untreatable injury or a fatal and incurable disease.”
If the bill is signed into law, Portugal will become the fourth country in Europe to legalize euthanasia, alongside the Netherlands, Belgium, and Luxembourg.
The Shrine of Our Lady of Fatima will broadcast Mass and prayers during this time.
Among the 14 infected nuns, the youngest is 26 years old and the oldest is 77.
Kicker John Carney of Notre Dame highlights courage and hope in new movie about Marian apparitions in Portugal.
Cardinal Marto said that the current “dramatic and tragic situation” reveals humanity’s vulnerability and frailty, and invites one to reflect on what is essential in life.
In response to the global coronavirus pandemic, the Portuguese bishops’ conference announced last week they would reconsecrate Portugal to Christ and Mary on the evening of March 25.
In two recent radio interviews, the Holy Father acknowledges danger of terrorists taking advantage of the refugee crisis, calls on the Church to go out into the world and warns against religious fundamentalism.