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Suicide bombing kills as many as 86 in Nigerian mosque
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May 4, 2018

Suicide bombing kills as many as 86 in Nigerian mosque

One bomber blew himself up after the start of prayers, and another while people were escaping A twin suicide bombing has killed at least 27 people, possibly dozens more, at a mosque in northeastern Nigeria. The attack, which also left…
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Pope Francis is putting his new Lamborghini up for auction
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May 4, 2018

Pope Francis is putting his new Lamborghini up for auction

All proceeds of the papal white sports car will go to charities of the Holy Father’s choice The famously frugal Pope Francis is probably the last person one would expect to drive a $200,000 sports car. In fact, the one…
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30,000 British Catholics form a living Rosary on the Coast
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May 1, 2018

30,000 British Catholics form a living Rosary on the Coast

See photos from the event that became the largest gathering of UK Catholics since Pope Benedict XVI's 2010 visit. This weekend’s Rosary on the Coast in the UK saw thousands of Catholic faithful flock to the shores of the British…
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Alfie Evans dies, after a week without vital support
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April 30, 2018

Alfie Evans dies, after a week without vital support

His father, Tom Evans, shared the news on Facebook Alfie Evans, the 23-month-old toddler with a degenerative brain condition, whose case sparked not only a High Court legal battle but also a wave of solidarity around the world, has died,…
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An 84-year-old Catholic priest has been murdered in Mexico
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April 29, 2018

An 84-year-old Catholic priest has been murdered in Mexico

Exclusive interview with a Mexican priest tracking the persecution of the Church in Mexico: "The message is clear: If I can kill a priest, I can kill anyone." The Catholic Church in Mexico is experiencing another tragedy during this “black…
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Alfie Evans’ parents seek new relationship with hospital
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April 28, 2018

Alfie Evans’ parents seek new relationship with hospital

Toddler continues to breathe on his own, days after ventilator removed In an apparent turnaround, the parents of Alfie Evans have asked supporters to vacate the premises of a British hospital where they have been protesting its treatment of the…
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Doctors’ group: “Poor Alfie must not be killed this way”
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April 25, 2018

Doctors’ group: “Poor Alfie must not be killed this way”

Physicians' group condemns "medical tyranny" as family appeals to take their son to Rome hospital Two days after his life support was withdrawn, Alfie Evans continues to cling to life, as his parents make a last-ditch appeal to allow him…
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BREAKING Alfie Evans granted Italian citizenship days after father’s meeting with Pope Francis
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April 25, 2018

BREAKING Alfie Evans granted Italian citizenship days after father’s meeting with Pope Francis

A transfer to an Italian hospital could block plans to turn off the British toddler's life support The Italian Ministry of Foreign Affairs has granted citizenship to Alfie Evans, the seriously ill British toddler who has been at the center…
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Mexican priest shot dead while hearing confession
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April 25, 2018

Mexican priest shot dead while hearing confession

The second such murder in a week, this brings the number of murdered Mexican clergymen to 23 in the last 6 years A young Roman Catholic priest was gunned down in Saint Pio of Pietrelcina church, in Tlajomulco de Zuniga,…
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Philippine president Duterte says he personally had Catholic nun arrested
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April 21, 2018

Philippine president Duterte says he personally had Catholic nun arrested

“It was upon my orders. I ordered her to be investigated … for disorderly conduct,” said Duterte. Rodrigo Duterte, the president of the Philippines, has said that he was personally responsible for the arrest of an Australian Catholic nun for…
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