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Thousands attend Sydney's Eucharistic rally || SW NEWS || 546 Thousands of Catholic believers took part in the annual Walk With Christ Eucharistic Procession in Australia’s Sydney on Sunday, June 19.…More
Thousands attend Sydney's Eucharistic rally || SW NEWS || 546
Thousands of Catholic believers took part in the annual Walk With Christ Eucharistic Procession in Australia’s Sydney on Sunday, June 19. Armed assailant murders 2 Jesuit priests in Mexico In Mexico, two Jesuit priests were murdered on Monday, June 20. It was Fr Javier Campos SJ and Fr Joaquín Mora SJ who were murdered in the village of Cerocahui in Tarahumara. Japan court says gay marriage is unconstitutional In Japan, a district court has ruled that gay marriage is unconstitutional. In its verdict, the court in Osaka said that as per the Japanese constitution, marriage constitutes the union of a man and a woman. US Supreme Court rules that Maine should fund religious schools too In the United States, the Supreme Court has repealed a law in the state of Maine that prohibited it from allotting public funds to schools having programs that are inspired by religious norms. Pro-life clinic, anti-abortion outfit office in USA vandalized The attack on pro-life centers across the US continues as there is anticipation that the Supreme Court could overturn Roe v Wade which legalized abortion in the country. Islamist militants kill more than 130 people in Africa’s Mali More than 130 people have been massacred by Islamist insurgents in Africa’s Mali. Louisiana governor signs bill that imposes harsher penalties on abortion providers In the US state of Louisiana, Governor John Bel Edwards has signed a bill that imposes penalties on abortion providers if the Supreme Court repeals Roe v Wade. Scotland court awards $26,000 to Christian believer In Scotland, a Christian believer working in a chicken wholesale company was awarded $26,000 last week as compensation for being fired as a result of religious discrimination. Church provides relief to flood-hit masses in Bangladesh, India Catholic agencies in Bangladesh are at the forefront in helping thousands of flood victims. Heavy rain last week triggered floods in Sylhet and other districts in northeastern Bangladesh.

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