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Bishops call attacks on U.S. Catholic sites ‘acts of hate’ that must stop

The Oct. 10 vandalization of Denver’s cathedral basilica that resulted in satanic and other “hateful graffiti” being scrawled on its doors and at least one statue brought to 100 the number of incidents of arson, vandalism and other destruction that have taken place at Catholic sites across the United States since May 2020.

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Lebanon’s delicate religious balance at risk amid ongoing crisis

In addition to Lebanon’s political and financial woes, another major challenge the country faces, according to Cardinal Béchara Boutros Raï, Patriarch of Antioch of the Maronites, is the issue of refugees and the religious imbalance their presence represents.

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Lonsdale pastor apologies for ‘words that were hurtful to Muslims’

“My homily on immigration contained words that were hurtful to Muslims. I’m sorry for this,” said Father Nick VanDenBroeke, pastor of Immaculate Conception in Lonsdale, in a Jan. 29 statement. “I realize now that my comments were not fully reflective of the Catholic Church’s teaching on Islam.”

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Faith and war

(Here is one from our archives, from 2014, and from Sarah Gould’s reflections, the world has not changed all that much in the last half-decade. Her thoughts are still worth pondering). Once I almost ran over a woman with my car. Years ago I was in a grocery store and a quiet, pretty lady about[…]

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Quebec’s Totalitarian Moment and Loss of Catholic Culture

Rev. Dr. Andrew Bennett: The government says, “We want you, but not your faith. Just your cultural and economic value to the state will do.”

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