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The archbishop urged Colombians to live in fraternity and respect as brothers so that “true dialogue may be born. Otherwise we relate to each other like Cain and Abel where one tries to destroy the other out of envy.”
With Lent, Cardinal Piacenza said, we can see beyond the periods of lockdown and pandemic to “time as a whole,” with a perspective “illuminated by the light of the resurrection."
The dispute follows violence and riots at the U.S. Capitol by pro-Trump supporters last week, leading to several deaths and dozens of injured police officers.
Political leaders from the United States and Great Britain decried the sentencing of the three activists.
Father Stanilaus Lourduswamy, along with 15 others, allegedly conspired with Maoist rebels to destabilize the federal government in what critics have called ‘absurd.’
The archbishop of Minsk-Mohilev has spoken out in defense of protesters following a disputed presidential election Aug. 9, 2020.
Describing Archbishop Ndlovu as an “errant and evil bishop,” the country’s Minister of Information, Monica Mutsvangwa, accused the Archbishop of seeking to heighten ethnic divisions.
The incident took place June 27 near the Apotheosis of St. Louis statue, which sits in the city’s Forest Park in front of the Saint Louis Art Museum.
In a July 5 statement, Bishop Jaime Soto of Sacramento said that while “the group’s actions may have been meant to draw attention to the sorrowful, angry memories over California’s past,” their “act of vandalism does little to build the future.”