- Dec 14, 2019
Many French Catholics say the fires that engulfed Notre Dame may have also set off a spiritual spark, especially in the new generations.
Supreme Court will rule on public monuments.
Bishop Brendan Leahy of Limerick has encouraged a fresh collaboration between the Church and the government of the Republic of Ireland.
People formed lines on Saturday as part of a nationwide movement in the homeland of Pope Francis to file forms with their name and signature to renounce their religious affiliation, after a bill to legalize elective abortions in the first 14 months of pregnancy was finally rejected by Senators in recent weeks.
World War I and its aftermath changed the map of Europe, but also dismantled the notion of the “state church” in a way that forced the Catholic Church to discover again the authentic meaning of mission, said Cardinal Pietro Parolin.
Religious denominations in the United States have been largely exempt from paying taxes, but some cracks are beginning to show.