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There's now an app for finding priests

There's now an app for finding priests

Catholics seeking to confess their sins to a priest in Spain can now turn to a new app to find the nearest available cleric. Confesor GO detects a user's location and shows the location of priests around them who are ready to listen to their sins ..., 1 day ago

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Catholicism at a crossroads: What does it mean now that Pope Francis gave priests the ability to forgive abortions?

This article was originally published on The Conversation . Read the original article . The Roman Catholic Church will allow priests all over the world to grant forgiveness for abortion. This announcement came from Pope Francis at the end of ...
 Salon3 days ago What changes when Pope Francis grants all priests the authority to forgive abortions  San Francisco Chronicle5 days ago Will the Catholic church ever earn women's forgiveness?  The Guardian2 weeks ago
Washington Post

In secular France, Catholic conservatism makes a comeback

François Fillon, a conservative candidate in France's 2017 presidential election, samples food during a visit to a butcher shop in Chantenay-Villedieu, western France, on Dec. 1, 2016. (Jean-Francois Monier/AFP/) CHARTRES, France — For many ...
 Washington Post2 days ago Why hasn't there been a Catholic President since JFK?  Irish Central1 week ago How Catholic hardliners shaped France's race for the presidency  France242 weeks ago Pope praises diversity of US Catholics  Equilibrio Informativo3 weeks ago
Huffington Post

Beautiful, Catholic Malta Is the First European Country to Ban Conversion Therapy

Valletta Malta became the first European country to ban gay conversion therapy — also known as torture —when the tiny island nation's parliament unanimously approved a sweeping bill on Monday that categorized the practice as a deceptive and ...
 Slate Magazine3 days ago Malta Becomes First European Nation To Ban Gay Conversion Therapy  Huffington Post3 days ago

Are Catholic Women Less Likely to Breast-Feed?

By Randy Dotinga, HealthDay Reporter MONDAY, Dec. 5, 2016 (HealthDay News) -- Could religion play a role in breast-feeding practices? Women in Western nations with a strong Protestant heritage are more likely to breast-feed. However, the reverse ...
 US News & World Report5 days ago
Scottish Daily Express

Catholic mothers living in developed nations 'less likely to breastfeed'

CATHOLIC mothers living in developed nations are less likely to breastfeed, a study suggests. Experts looked at data from 135 countries on breastfeeding rates and the proportions of Catholics and Protestants. They also examined regional areas of ...
 Scottish Daily Express5 days ago Catholics are less likely to breastfeed their babies, research suggests days ago Catholics less likely to breastfeed, research suggests  AOL UK5 days ago
Fox News Latino

With Castro gone, Cuba's Catholics hope to regain ground lost to Santeria

Havana, Cuba As the country's president and supreme leader, Fidel Castro tried to eradicate the Catholic Church from the national consciousness, discouraging younger generations from attending mass with their parents and sending priests to ...
 Fox News Latino5 days ago Goa's Message to Post Fidel Cuba  Navhind Times1 week ago From young revolutionary to elder statesman: snapshots of Castro's life  China Post1 week ago Fidel Castro: a life in six snapshots  Yahoo! Singapore2 weeks ago
Philippine Daily Inquirer

Angono pagoda: A marriage of folk tradition and Catholicism

Angono pagoda —REY CASTILLO Every Nov. 23, the town of Angono in Rizal celebrates its fiesta in honor of San Clemente, highlighted by a fluvial parade centered on a pagoda that courses through Laguna de Bay. The pagoda tradition of Angono—as ...
 Philippine Daily Inquirer6 days ago

Queen Elizabeth I's Islamic policies

Elizabeth could not stay forever neutral in the Pan-European struggle between Roman Catholicism and reform, and in 1570 she was excommunicated by the pope
 Business Standard6 days ago

November 5th remembered: the Catholic plot to blow up Britain's parliament

, author of historical thriller Treason, recounts the story of the conspiracy which sought to kill a king and his regime Only seven of them were left, the remnants of a plot for political overthrow that had started in the gatehouse room of a ...
 Irish Times1 week ago
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