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Headlines for January 04, 2018
Ordered from most to least recent.
Congo’s bishops denounce government attacks on churches, peaceful protestors
Planned Parenthood: over $500 million in government funding for fiscal year
Papal Mass scheduled for World Day of Migrants and Refugees
Nigerian archbishop prods government on search for kidnapped nuns
‘Underground’ Chinese bishop released after seven months in custody
Philippines: military officers to face charges for 2011 killing of Italian missionary priest
Beatification near for monks killed in Algeria in 1996?
VIetnam: conviction of Catholic activist confirmed
India’s bishops, in New Year’s message, decry persecution of Christians by Hindu nationalists
Priests meet with Pope as synods approach
Venezuelan cardinal calls for fair elections, government action against hunger
Nicaraguan cardinal denounces violence against women
Papal condolences after bus crash in Peru
Ireland remains one of Europe’s most religious nations
2018 marks 50th anniversary of Humanae Vitae
European Catholic, Protestant organizations help launch refugee advocacy coalition
USCCB, CRS urge Catholics to advocate on behalf of refugees, DREAM Act
Pennsylvania organ company supplies organ to the Vatican
New ambassador from Uruguay to Holy See presents credentials
UN Secretary-General calls for unity in facing challenges in 2018
Suicide bomber kills 11 people in mosque attack in northeast Nigeria
Over 3 million children deprived of education in Afghanistan
Former Irish seminary president named bishop
Resignations and appointments (1/3)
Tens of thousands of Iranians take to streets to defend government; more victims and arrests
North Korea’s 20-minute call to the South establishes contact for 1st time in 2 years
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