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Kenyan court considers guidelines for ‘safe abortion’

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Nairobi, Kenya, Jul 15, 2018 / 04:01 pm (CNA/EWTN News).- Kenya’s high court is considering the state of health care in the country, as it hears a case brought on behalf of a young woman who died last month from complications which were related to a back-alley abortion she procured in 2014. The girl, known […]

Missionary Disciples

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By Zenit Team Pope Francis: All Baptized Called to Witness Missionary Disciple Centered on the Person of Jesus Angelus Address: On the Missionary Endeavor of the Church ‘It’s Not An Initiative of Individual Faithful or of Groups, and Even Less So of Large Aggregations, but It’s the Mission of the Church, Inseparably United to Her […]

Pope Francis Greets Religious Gathered for Angelus

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By ZENIT Staff Pope Francis offered greetings to the pilgrims gathered in St. Peter’s Square on July 15, 2018, to pray the noonday Angelus. Following the prayers he remarked: “In particular, I greet the Sisters of the Most Precious Blood of Monza, the novices of the Daughters of Mary Help of Christians from different countries, […]

Pope Francis: All Baptized Called to Witness

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By Jim Fair Pope Francis reminded the faithful on July 15, 2018, that evangelization isn’t just the task of priests, but the role of all the baptized. His remarks came before praying the noonday Angelus with the pilgrims gather in St. Peter’s Square. And he based his comments on the gospel for the day from […]

Angelus Address: On the Missionary Endeavor of the Church

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By Virginia Forrester VATICAN CITY, JULY 15, 2018 (Zenit.org).- Here is a ZENIT translation of the address Pope Francis gave today, before and after praying the midday Angelus with those gathered in St. Peter’s Square. * * * Before the Angelus: Dear Brothers and Sisters, good morning! Today’s Gospel (Cf. Mark 6:7-13) recounts the moment […]

Kenyan court considers guidelines for ‘safe abortion’

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Nairobi, Kenya, Jul 15, 2018 / 05:01 pm (EWTN News/CNA).- Kenya’s high court is considering the state of health care in the country, as it hears a case brought on behalf of a young woman who died last month from complications which were related to a back-alley abortion she procured in 2014. Read More: EWTN

Christian doctor in England denied work because of his traditional gender beliefs

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Birmingham, England, Jul 14, 2018 / 06:04 am (CNA/EWTN News).- Dr. David Mackereth, a Reformed Baptist who has worked for 26 years at the National Health Service, has said he was denied employment at the Department for Work and Pensions because he would not refer to transgender people using their preferred pronouns. “I’m not attacking […]

Commentary: Catholic media, and the truth that sets us free

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Denver, Colo., Jul 13, 2018 / 05:18 pm (CNA).- This week at CNA, we published an article about a bishop under investigation in India after a religious sister accused him of rape. The story is still developing, facts are not yet clear, and, of course, the bishop deserves the benefit of due process. CNA’s article […]