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Thousands gather in Malta to oppose abortion law reforms || SW NEWS || 665 Thousands of pro-life demonstrators gathered in the Maltese capital Valetta on Sunday to protest against the proposed amendments …More
Thousands gather in Malta to oppose abortion law reforms || SW NEWS || 665
Thousands of pro-life demonstrators gathered in the Maltese capital Valetta
on Sunday to protest against the proposed amendments to the abortion law.

Pope Francis urges believers to rediscover the true richness of
Christmas
Pope Francis underlined the genuine spirit of Christmas while speaking to
the delegations from the Italian villages of Sutrio and Rosello, and from
Guatemala who gifted the Vatican with this year's tree and two Nativity
scenes.

Ukrainian Major Archbishop Shevchuk calls for the speedy release of
arrested priests
The head of the Ukrainian Greek Catholic Church Major Archbishop
Sviatoslav Shevchuk called for the release of Fathers Ivan Levytskyi and
Bohdan Heleta, who were seized from their parish in Berdyansk in
November by Russians.

Proceeds from auction of Pope Francis’ watch set a world record
A watch worn by Pope Francis was sold at a charity auction and it set a new
world record for the brand.

UN admits that Christians in Iraq have been victims of war crimes

The Islamic State has been committing war crimes against Iraq's Christians,
according to a recent investigative report by the United Nations.

At least 8,000 young military personnel to join World Youth Day Lisbon
2023
Bishop Rui Valério of the Armed forces and Security of Portugal has said
that at least 8,000 young military personnel from different countries are
going to take part in World Youth Day Lisbon 2023.

Ukrainian Roman Catholic Bishops thank Poland for humanitarian aid
In their plenary session, the Ukrainian Roman Catholic bishops expressed
gratitude to the Polish clergy and faithful for the help shown since the
beginning of the war.

Irish Archbishop Eamon Martin appeals to defend the rights of the
unborn
The Most Rev Eamon Martin, the Archbishop of Armagh and Primate of All
Ireland, slammed Westminster's priority of abortion at a time of health and cost of living crisis.

Vermont to allow religious schools to use state assistance program
Following Vermont’s settlement of two related cases on November 30,
religious private schools in the American state will now be eligible for a
tuition assistance program that had previously been denied to them.

Indiana judge blocks abortion ban on religious freedom grounds

A second Indiana judge blocked the American state from enforcing its law
banning most abortions.

Democratic Republic of Congo observes 3-days national mourning
Three days of national mourning began in the Democratic Republic of
Congo on Saturday after the massacre of civilians in the country's east by
Islamist militants.