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Human Rights Group Says Arrest Is “Illegal and Unconstitutional”
Two Christians were arrested by the police in the province of Khammouan, in the East of Laos, on charges of alleged proselytizing. According to Fides news agency, the police broke into the house of a Christian in the village of Nong-hang, and arrested 43-year-old Bountheung Phetsomphone, a Christian leader from ...read more
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Article: Learning From Non-Catholics I have lived in and visited other countries. In all of them, whenever I attended Mass, I was warmly welcomed by the people in my pew and around me, as …read more
Benedict XVI's catechesis on justification at the general audience and his comments regarding Martin Luther were welcomed by a Lutheran leader in Rome. The dean of the Lutheran Church of …read more
The archbishop of Tuam clarified that the "House of Prayer," founded by a woman who claims to have been visited by the Virgin Mary, does not have Church approval. Archbishop Michael Neary …read more
Six months after Benedict XVI issued an apostolic letter on the extended use of the 1962 missal, the Vatican says it is seeing fruits of reconciliation with Catholics who objected to the …read more