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Questions about liturgy: Incensing a Deacon at Solemn Vespers

Answered by Legionary of Christ Father Edward McNamara, professor of liturgy and sacramental theology and director of the Sacerdos Institute at the Pontifical Regina Apostolorum university.

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More than 330,000 people have seen Dali’s Christ and St. John of the Cross for free in Rome

From 13 May to 24 June 2024, churchgoers and tourists alike were able to admire the famous painting by Salvador Dalì, "Christ of Saint John of the Cross" (1951), which is housed in the Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum in Glasgow, Scotland, with free admission.

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Plans to build more Catholic churches in Egypt as religious freedom returns

Patriarch Sidrak said that the Coptic Catholic Church “plays an important charitable role in Egypt, through its schools, hospitals and clinics”, providing much-needed assistance to those in need amid an ongoing economic crisis and high unemployment.

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Beauty and simplicity: a message from the Pope to 3 women’s congregations and 3 men’s congregations

Pope's address to the participants in the General Chapters of 6 religious congregations

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Nigeria: government inaction in the face of ongoing killings of Christians by Muslims

Survivors of massacres by extremists in Nigeria’s Middle Belt “have no trust” in their leaders as they face continued attacks on their farms and an increasing food shortage, Father Andrew Dewan, director of communications in Pankshin Diocese revealed.

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United States Restricts Visas to Chinese Officials for “Repression” of Religious and Ethnic Minorities

In a press statement, President Biden said “my Administration will continue urging the People’s Republic of China to renew direct dialogue, without prior conditions, with the Dalai Lama or his representatives, to seek an agreement that resolves the differences and leads to a negotiated agreement on Tibet.”

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Israeli Government Plans New City in Israel Only for Ultraorthodox

Initially it was planned as a secular and religious city, but eventually it was decided to organize it to attend only to the needs of the ultraorthodox community, which has a high birthrate

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Vatican authorizes new Marian feast for England and Wales

Our Lady of Walsingham raised to the rank of Feast

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New Zealand Bishop Expels from His Diocese Religious of Traditionalist Sensibility

in 2007. Initially linked to the Lefebvrists, the Community was recognized as a Religious Order under the diocesan law in the Diocese of Aberdeen in Scotland in 2012, where they have their main headquarters. They were present in New Zealand since 2007.

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An American Is Elected Superior General of the Most Important Traditionalist Fraternity

Father John Berg had already been superior general from 2006 to 2018

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