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Sometimes I blink in amazement at today’s American political world. Our first Catholic President, John F. Kennedy, won the 1960 election by pledging to ignore any Catholic pope, bishop or priest
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For Mother Teresa Catholic Church in North Carolina, a smaller congregation isn’t a bad thing

CARY, NC (RNS) – The outdoor mass at Green Hope High School is informal. People casually dressed in shorts and sandals stand or sit on folding camp chairs. At 8:30 am, it’s already hot out
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Catholic Priests Caught Using Gay Hookup Grindr App

by Emell Adolphus Contributor to the EDGE Media network Friday, August 27, 2021Originally posted Aug 27, 2021 The Roman Catholic Church is once again in hot water after claiming that several priests a
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Catholic Bishops Take Position on Nigeria’s Breakdown and Insecurity Agitation

Nigeria’s Catholic Bishops, CBCN, have taken a stand on rising insecurity, the electronic transmission of results and the call for the break-up of Nigeria. The Catholic bishops, in a statement r
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The original bell of New York’s first Catholic Church will be on display

The original St. Peter’s Church on Barclay Street in New York City was the first Catholic church built in the city and state of New York. The church was built in 1786 for Irish immigrants and su
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Don’t criminalize agitation for self-determination, Catholic bishops tell FG

Onyebuchi Ezigbo in Abuja Nigeria’s Catholic Bishops, operating under the auspices of the Nigerian Catholic Bishops’ Conference (CBCN), urged the federal government to avoid the temptation
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Vatican fears more Catholic priests exposed using Grindr / Nation LGBTQ data

Pope Francis greets pilgrims during his weekly general audience in St. Peter’s Square in the Vatican on September 10, 2014.Photo: Shutterstock Last month, a right-wing Catholic media outlet deno
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Allegations of priests using Grindr pissed off the Catholic Church

Top line Church officials are uncomfortable following a series of articles published by a Catholic news blog claiming cell phone data shows priests, ranging from suburban New Jersey up inside the anci
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Amid Ortega’s crackdown on opponents, is the Catholic Church in Nicaragua next?

Even before the interview began, the priest warned that America couldn’t use his real name. “They don’t like what I’m doing here,” he said. “I am on a list of people who have critici
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Greek Orthodox and Catholic priests pray in Mytiline for all refugees – Greek City Times

Representatives of the Catholic and Greek Orthodox Churches, as well as migrants, joined in a prayer for all refugees at Epano Skala in Mytiline on Tuesday afternoon. The event included local priests,
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