- Oct 29, 2020
A school shooting on Oct. 24 that left at least seven children is the “darkest and saddest day” in the ongoing Anglophone crisis affecting western Cameroon, says Bishop Agapitus Nfon of Kumba.
Next month young people will take center-stage at a large Assisi-based digital event exploring “The Economy of Francis” in the wake of the coronavirus, with the goal of finding and proposing new global models based on solidarity and inclusion.
If concern about being seen as partisan close to an election were actually as strong as the Vatican often likes to say, would it have been so hard to wait a few days to give a thumbs-up to a book or to name a new crop of cardinals?
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