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On todays special episode of The John-Henry Westen Show, Steven Mosher details the claims being falsely made by the Chinese Communist Party which employ clever and convincing arguments so Communist party members will blame the U.S. rather than the Ch...
Cardinal Anders Arborelius of Stockholm discusses the need to protect the vulnerable amid the coronavirus pandemic.
Pope Francis speaks about the sexual abuse of women religious aboard the papal plane returning from the United Arab Emirates.
By now you may have heard that Victoria's Change or 'Suppression (Conversion) Practices Prohibition' Bill 2020 passed the upper house last night. It will now become law. 'This is a very concerning result with far-reaching consequences...
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Cardinal Blase Cupich of Chicago, was repeatedly pressed by journalists on the role of homosexuality and of a homosexual subculture in the clerical abuse crisis.
During his general audience March 6, Pope Francis spoke about the coming of the kingdom of God.
Wendy Francis questions the introduction of new 'revenge porn' laws in QLD - and asks: have they gone far enough?
Pope Francis continued his catechesis on the Our Father during his weekly general audience Feb. 13.
The Holy Stairs are revealed for the first time to the public in 300 years.
Martyn talks: Dr Jordan Peterson, Martina Navratilova, Donald Trump on Abortion, George Pell.
Pope Francis celebrated Ash Wednesday Mass March 6.
Martyn Iles talks: Banking Royal Commission, Conversion Therapy, Gender Clinics, Gen Z & Religion, Kids off Nauru.
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Sister Lucia re-buried in the Basilica in Fatima, Fatima Virtual.
The season of Lent in 2019 is seen as a crucial moment in the life of the church.
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As COVID-19 continues to limit access to the Eucharist, many priests are turning to spiritual communion to keep their flock connected to the Lord.
Brenda Noriega, a youth minister from the Diocese of San Bernardino, California, spoke with Pope Francis about the abuse crisis facing the church.
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The U.S. Bishops, following Pope Francis' lead, voted last week to change what the U.S. Church teaches about the death penalty.
Schoolchildren collect palms and then help create the ashes that help Catholics open Lent, all while getting an education about the penitential season.
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The people in the Philippines are suffering from one of the toughest and longest lockdowns in the world. As the government struggles to deal with the spread of the COVID-19 outbreak, the ultra-strict quarantine and social distancing measures which ha...