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Norway in shock after man kills 5 people with bow and arrows | SW NEWS | 365 Norway is in shock after five people were killed by a 37-year-old man using a bow and arrows on Wednesday evening, October…More
Norway in shock after man kills 5 people with bow and arrows | SW NEWS | 365
Norway is in shock after five people were killed by a 37-year-old man using a bow and arrows on Wednesday evening, October 13th. Two others, including an off-duty police officer, were injured in the attack. Pope John Paul I on road to sainthood as Holy Father recognizes miracle attributed to his intercession On Wednesday, October 13th, Pope Francis approved a miracle attributed to the intercession of Pope John Paul I. The validated miracle is the healing of an eleven-year-old girl who suffered with acute inflammatory encephalopathy, septic shock, and other illnesses, and whom doctors had deemed was close to death. Cameroon Archbishop decries ongoing violence in Anglophone region A Catholic archbishop in Cameroon has decried the apathy of the world in ignoring the daily killings in his country. Archbishop Andrew Nkea Fuanya of Bamenda, the capital of the Anglophone region in Cameroon, lamented how the press talks about killings and massacres in all parts of the world, but turns a blind eye to the atrocities committed in Cameroon. Bishops in Mexico slam proposal to amend Civil Code and redefine concept of marriage Bishops in Mexico have appealed to believers and people of goodwill to oppose reform of the Civil Code in redefining natural marriage between a man and a woman. Minority rights groups in Pakistan blame government for not passing bill to curb forced conversion of underage girls Minority rights organisations in Pakistan have shown deep concern over the blocking of a bill aimed at curbing forced conversions of minors in the Muslim-majority nation. A special parliamentary committee had proposed a bill to prevent the growing number of abductions and forced conversions to Islam of young girls from minority groups. Bandits release 3 seminarians abducted from Nigeria’s Kaduna state Three seminarians who were kidnapped in Nigeria’s Kaduna state on Monday, October 11th, have been released. The diocese of Kafanchan said on Wednesday that the three youths were released 48 hours after their abduction. 2 churches in southern Chile suffer damage in fire A Catholic church and a Protestant worship center in Southern Chile were damaged by fire in the early hours of Tuesday, October 12th. Both the buildings suffered damage but no one was hurt. Finance Minister of New South Wales opposes Voluntary Assisted Dying Bill A senior minister in the Australian state of New South Wales has spoken out against the proposed Voluntary Assisted Dying bill. Finance Minister Damien Tudehope has compared the legislation to state-sanctioned murder of vulnerable individuals.

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