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Immigration cannot save Catholic Church in the West

The Catholic Church in the Anglosphere and western Europe is in no small part today being propped up by immigration, but this is not a long-term solution for the survival of the Church across the Western world. There are two key reasons for this: the first is the decline in Catholic affiliation in much of

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How the Catholic Church can reverse its collapse in Latin America

Latin America has long been associated with Catholicism. For the first time in history, the head of the Church is a Latin American. To this day, Brazil and Mexico rank as the second and third most Catholic countries on earth, while the Church has shaped both the social mores and politics of the region. Yet,

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The awful culture of violence in Latin America

Earlier this week a man fleeing at least one gunman tried to hide in a Mexican church. The assassins followed him inside and in the frenzy that followed two Jesuit priests were murdered as they tried to protect him. The gunmen removed the bodies of all three of their victims from the church in Cerocahui,

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