According to figures from the Mexican government, as of July 25, more than 2.7 million cases of COVID-19 have been confirmed in the country, with more than 238,000 deaths.
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Bishop Felipe de Jesús Estévez of Saint Augustine, Florida, of Cuban origin, said that “charity unites all those born in Cuba.” He also asked Our Lady of Charity, the patroness of the country, to “save Cuba.”
English Cardinal Nichols to Grant Faculties to Priests Fulfilling Conditions of ‘Traditionis Custodes’
In his email to priests, Cardinal Nichols said that he was committed to ensuring that Masses in Westminster diocese were celebrated reverently and following the liturgical books.
“As long as people think they can be happy by themselves, there is no hope for them,” says Norbertine Father Jacob Hsieh. “We must see that our only happiness is in the Blessed Trinity.”
As Father’s Day is an appropriate time to reflect on the men who have nurtured us, the clergy who guide us spiritually should be considered.
Pope Francis urged pastors to “be enlightened by the Spirit” and to call on prepared married couples for help in proclaiming the truth about the family.
Fr. Livinius had been studying at the Pontifical University of Saint Thomas Aquinas, also known as the Angelicum, as a seminarian from Nigeria for the past two years while receiving medical care in Italy for his cancer.
Gannett argued that keeping the identities of accusers secret would “perpetuate the very secrecy that has allowed the scandal to continue for generations.”
In an April 8 statement the Diocese of Steubenville said it first became aware of the case “when the alleged victim presented the allegations to the diocese in November 2018.”