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Fighting intensifies in Myanmar’s Chin state, 20 teenagers killed | SW NEWS | 343 In Myanmar, fighting has intensified between government troops and ethnic militia in the state of Chin, forcing more …More
Fighting intensifies in Myanmar’s Chin state, 20 teenagers killed | SW NEWS | 343
In Myanmar, fighting has intensified between government troops and ethnic militia in the state of Chin, forcing more than 1,000 people to flee their homes. 95 acts of vandalism targeting churches took place in USA since May 2020: USCCB Across the United States, there have been 95 incidents of vandalism targeting Catholic churches since May last year, according to a report by the US Conference of Catholic Bishops’ Committee for Religious Liberty. 2 Archbishops slam California bid to replace statue of St Junipero statue at capitol Two Catholic Archbishops in the US have decried a bill in the state of California to replace a statue St. Junipero Serra at the state Capitol. Last month, California lawmakers voted to pass Assembly Bill 338 that seeks to replace the statue of St Junipero, the Spanish missionary who evangelized the region in the 18th century, with a sculpture honoring the indigenous populations. Holy Father visits home for poor run by Missionaries of Charity in Bratislava It was an unforgettable moment for residents of Bethlehem Center for the homeless run by the Missionaries of Charity in Bratislava when Pope Francis made a private visit on Monday, September 13. Cardinal Sean O’Malley visits Cuban president, appeals for clemency for July 11 peaceful protestors The archbishop of Boston, Cardinal Sean O’Malley met Cuban President Miguel Diaz Canel and sought clemency for those who took part in the non-violent anti- government protests of July 11. Former Canterbury Archbishop expresses concern over assisted suicide bill The former archbishop of Canterbury Lord Rowan Williams has expressed concern over the assisted suicide bill that is currently in the British parliament. Pro-Life Wisconsin to host March for Life on October 2 The Christian organization, Pro-Life Wisconsin, will host a March for Life on October 2nd at the State Capitol, proclaiming the sanctity of life from the moment of conception. Cameroon conflict: English bishop says Church won’t abandon the afflicted The Lead Bishop for Africa of the episcopate of England and Wales has expressed solidarity with the suffering people of the Anglophone region in Cameroon who are bearing the brunt of an ongoing conflict between separatists and government troops.