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China’s new “Administrative Measures for Religious Clergy” will go into effect on May 1.
Sokoto, Nigeria, Feb 15, 2021 / 07:19 pm (CNA).- One year after the burial of Michael Nnadi, an 18-year-old Nigerian seminarian abducted and killed by gunmen, the local bishop has indicated his sorrow at the lack of progress in preventing abductions and murders.
“It is quite tragic that one year later, we are still closer to nowhere we hope to be. The harvest of death has gotten richer, more and more people are dying,’ Bishop Matthew Hassan Kukah of Sokoto said to journalists following a Feb. 12 memorial Mass.
“Things have gotten progressively worse as far as the lives of our ordinary people are concerned,” Bishop Kukah said in Sokoto’s Holy Family Cathedral.
Washington D.C., Feb 15, 2021 / 06:00 pm (CNA).- Catholic nuns in Burma have joined widespread protests against the recent military coup, Asian Catholic websites have reported.
According to UCA News, Catholic nuns from a variety of communities in Burma have marched the streets, praying for the protestors and offering them food. Amid protests in the city of Myitkyina, the capital of the state of Kachin, nuns hung signs saying “No to dictatorship” and “Listen to the voices of people” outside of their convent.
El Paso, Texas, Feb 15, 2021 / 05:48 pm (CNA).- A west Texas parish has restored a century-old statue of the Sacred Heart of Jesus after it was vandalized and nearly destroyed last September. Shock and sadness brought together donors from all over the country who felt compelled to pray a
The Diocese of El Paso issued a statement on Feb. 11 announcing the statue’s return.
A family prays during Ash Wednesday Mass at the Cathedral of Our Lady of the Angels on Feb. 26, 2020, in Los Angeles, California.
Tomorrow is Shrove Tuesday, the day before Ash Wednesday and the beginning of Lent for the Roman Church. I was sent this by a kind soul: a Mass proper for Shrove Tuesday, a Votive Mass in Honor of the Holy … Continue reading →