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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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Cardinal Tarcisio Bertone says the waiting is nearly over for the much-discussed papal document that will reportedly liberalize the use of the Tridentine Mass. The Vatican secretary of state …read more
In an address to papal representatives to Latin America, Benedict XVI mentioned a list of challenges facing the Church in that region. The Pope mentioned seven principle difficulties: the need …read more
The time has come in Latin America to redefine what exactly is a sect, according to an expert on interreligious relations. Manuel Guerra, author of the "Encyclopedic Dictionary of Sects," and …read more
Answered by Father Edward McNamara, professor of liturgy at the Regina Apostolorum university. * * * Q: What determines what day Lent begins? P.R., Fresno, California A: The short answer to …read more
The growing phenomenon of sects calls for the promotion of solid religious formation among Catholics, says John Paul II. This was one of the instructions the Pope gave to the bishops of the …read more