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 ... IAfrica.com, 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?
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Elizabeth could not stay forever neutral in the Pan-European struggle between Roman Catholicism and reform, and in 1570 she was excommunicated by the popeBusiness Standard, 6 days ago
, 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 Times, 1 week ago
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