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Headlines for January 10, 2018
Ordered from most to least recent.
Pope, at general audience, says that the liturgy is a true school of prayer
Contraception sometimes morally required, argues member of Pontifical Academy for Life
US bishops: papal directive does not require new translations of Mass
State Department names 10 ‘egregious’ religious freedom violators
At least 4.5 million take part in annual Black Nazarene procession in Manila
A pastor’s authority comes from closeness to God and people, Pope preaches at weekday Mass
Vatican appoints commissioner to oversee troubled lay movement
Australian journalist will give Cardinal Pell’s lawyers access to notes about abuse charges
Appeals court strikes down Baltimore law targeting pregnancy centers
As ceasefire nears end, Colombia’s bishops urge dialogue between government, ELN
Mortar shell hits Maronite Catholic cathedral in Damascus
24% of fathers live apart from their children
In Mexico, priest laments displacement of 5,000 indigenous persons in territorial dispute
Italian prelate calls on political candidates to be honest, realistic
Catholic groups decry end of immigration protection for Salvadorans
Peruvian prisoners make 300,000 Rosaries for upcoming papal visit
Amid Venezuelan food shortage, religious sisters strive to save children
Democratic Republic of the Congo: ‘Church in firing line’
USCCB, CRS renew call for advocacy on behalf of migrants, refugees
Communications restructuring brings Vatican News 4 million social media users
Maryland Catholic school fires coach for being ‘alt-right member’
A Catholic perspective on the Museum of the Bible
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Notre Dame priest, history professor says university needs ‘major course correction’
After rare talks with the South, North Korea will send a delegation to the Winter Olympics
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