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Vatican: From Schindler’s List to Pope Pacelli’s List. This Is How Archbishop Paul Gallagher Explains the Vatican’s Documents Online on the Jews

Thousands of people persecuted for professing the Jewish religion, or merely because of their “Non-Arian’ ancestry, went to the Vatican knowing that other Jews had been aided, as  young Werner Barasch wrote at the time.

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Vatican Puts Online Archives on World War II and Persecution of Jews

The archive series consists of a total of 170 volumes, digitally equivalent to almost 40,000 files.

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Pope Francis receives in audience the new lieutenant of the Order of Malta

Before being received by Pope Francis, Fra’ John Dunlap had talks with Cardinal Secretary of State Pietro Parolin.

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Seminarian in Hospital Bed with Terminal Cancer Is Ordained Priest

According to Father Trieu Pham Minh’s testimony, friend of Father Khamsan Mim, the newly ordained priest was imprisoned twice by the Government of Laos, his native country, for teaching the faith in the local parish.

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“It Doesn’t Cross my Mind to Resign,” Says Pope to Brazilian Bishops

It was the Archbishop of Porto Velho, Brazil, who revealed what’s in the Pontiff’s head regarding the speculation about his alleged resignation.

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United States: Supreme Court Declares Constitutional the Funding of Religious Schools

This decision of the Supreme Court in the Cardin vs Makin case challenged  a decision of the First Circuit Court, which allowed the state of Maine to exclude religious schools from a tuition assistance benefit based on the fact that these schools include religion as part of their teaching. 

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No Social Network Can Substitute the Mass, Says the Pope in the Preface of a Book on the Church and the Digital World

In the Preface of the book “The Church in the Digital World,” the Pope writes: “The time we have gone through has made many priests creatively active to keep in contact with the faithful and to accompany them. There was no lack of errors and excesses. However, when these attempts were focused on the message to communicate, and not on the communicator’s prominence, we must acknowledge that they were useful.”

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These Are the Ten Countries that Give Most Money to the Pope’s Charitable Works

In the Americas, the countries that contribute most are the United States, Canada and Brazil, and in Europe they are Italy, Germany, France, Spain and the Czech Republic. It’s interesting to note that in Asia the country that contributes most is South Korea.

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Nigeria: 15 Days Later,  A New Massacre in Two Churches of the Country

Rubuh, one of the villages, was attacked on April 27, 2020 and again on January 5 of this year

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Do I Need Healing? Human Wounds and the Ministry of Healing in the Church. Interview with Father Miguel Guerra, LC (Part II)

What must be taken into account before taking part in a retreat of healing so as not to be disappointed? Is the human being more wounded today than at other times? Father Miguel Guerra answers these and other questions in this second part of the interview. 

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