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Denver Cathedral Basilica found vandalized with offensive slogans | SW NEWS | 363 In the US, yet another Catholic church has become the target of vandalism. The latest incident took place at the …More
Denver Cathedral Basilica found vandalized with offensive slogans | SW NEWS | 363
In the US, yet another Catholic church has become the target of vandalism. The latest incident took place at the Cathedral Basilica of the Immaculate Conception in Denver that was found marred with anti-Catholic slogans on Sunday, October 10. Colombian authorities deny euthanasia request of woman suffering from degenerative disease Authorities in Colombia have refused to allow a woman suffering from a degenerative disease to seek euthanasia. Fifty-one-year-old Martha Sepúlveda in the city of Medellin, who suffers from amyotrophic lateral sclerosis that affects the body’s mobility, was scheduled to be euthanised on Sunday, October 10. 12 MPs in Australian state of New South Wales pledge support for voluntary assisted dying bill In the Australian state of New South Wales, about 12 Labor Party lawmakers have extended support to the voluntary assisted dying bill that will be introduced in parliament this week. On Monday, October 11, the MPs added their names to the list of co-sponsors of the legislation that allows terminally ill people who are expected to die within six months to seek assisted suicide. US Catholic bishops express solidarity with upcoming World Youth Day in Lisbon The Catholic bishops of the US have expressed solidarity with Pope Francis as preparations are underway for the World Youth Day or WYD in the Portuguese capital of Lisbon in August 2023. Pro-life Nebraska Governor decries Biden administration’s pro-abortion move The Governor of Nebraska in the US has decried the pro-abortion move of the Biden administration by reversing a Trump-era policy that prevented federally funded clinics from making referrals to abortion providers. Filipino Bishops congratulate country’s first Nobel Peace Prize laureate The Catholic bishops in the Philippines have congratulated a veteran journalist who has been nominated for this year’s Nobel Peace Prize. The Philippines' Catholic Bishops Conference has issued a statement lauding Maria Ressa who will be sharing the Nobel Peace Prize with Russian journalist Dmitry Muratov. Holy Father names new master of ceremonies for papal liturgies The Holy Father Pope Francis has named Msgr. Diego Ravelli as the Vatican's next master of ceremonies for papal liturgies. The appointment was announced on Monday and Monsignor Ravelli will also be the director of the Sistine Chapel Choir. He succeeds Monsignor Guido Marini, who had held the position for 14 years before being named bishop of Tortona in Italy. Nigerian archbishops urge government to take steps to contain violence in south-east The archbishops of several Christian denominations in Nigeria have jointly appealed to the federal government to take steps to resolve the spiralling conflict in the south-eastern part of the country.
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