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George Weigel: Where is the Vatican as Chinese faithful suffer?

Joshua Wong is a young Chinese human rights activist, recently sentenced to 13 and a half months in prison on the Orwellian charge of...

George Weigel: Time to revise Vatican policy

During a short papal flight from Boston to New York on October 2, 1979, Father Jan Schotte (later a cardinal but then a low-ranking...

No-one is bound to desert China’s faithful

Cardinal Parolin, he has bluntly told media, is misleading Pope Francis on the whole issue.

Hong Kong cancels Masses amid fears

Bishop halt all Masses including Ash Wednesday liturgies to curb the spread of COVID-19.

Thousands gather for Tiananmen vigil

Hong Kong's largest crowd gathered for the 30th anniversary of the Tiananmen Square massacre.
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Students to go to the margins in new model

The Australian Catholic University has announced an exciting new partnership with the Archdiocese of Sydney’s welfare agency, CatholicCare aimed at embedding Catholic social teaching...
When I was in jail, you visited me: a US prison chaplain, main photo, delivers Communion to a prisoner. Photo: Karen Callaway, Northwest Indiana Catholic

Being with Jesus in Jail

A prophetic voice for the needy

professor Margaret Somerville told The Catholic Weekly that she agrees many people will conscientiously object to a vaccination linked to an electively aborted human foetus.

Vaccine mandates questioned

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