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Fight when treated unfairly, pope tells religious, consecrated women

ROME — Pope Francis encouraged religious sisters and consecrated women to continue to show courage amid difficulties, even if it means pushing back against the church they serve faithfully. “I invite them to fight when, in some cases, they are treated unfairly, even within the church; when they serve so […]

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A readable yarn but none too credible

Matrix by Lauren Groff  William Heinemann, £16.99, 272 pages __________ The 12th-century poet we know as Marie de France was, scholars argue, the greatest writer of short fiction before Boccaccio and Chaucer. Her lais – tantalisingly short romances written in octosyllabic couplets – are thought to rival the best that those great men had to

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Biden’s Attorney General Enjoys Bullying Nuns (For Having the Wrong Religion)

Joe Biden’s Secretary of the Department of Health and Human Services, Xavier Becerra, was in the news again in recent days, after a relatively quiet time in office after his confirmation by the Senate. He was again taking up again a hobby for which he was famous in his former role as Attorney General of California: bullying Catholic nuns.

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