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Two Catholic Churches in Canada destroyed in suspected arson attack | SW NEWS | 283 Two Catholic churches in Canada situated on reserves for Indigenous Peoples were destroyed in what police say ‘…More
Two Catholic Churches in Canada destroyed in suspected arson attack | SW NEWS | 283
Two Catholic churches in Canada situated on reserves for Indigenous Peoples were destroyed in what police say ‘suspicious fires’ on Monday, June 21. An officer on patrol noticed fire coming from the Sacred Heart Church on the Penticton Indian Ban reserve in British Colombia early in the morning. Texas governor signs trigger bill banning abortion In a move applauded by pro-life activists, the governor of Texas has signed a trigger bill banning most abortions if the landmark Roe v. Wade judgment were to be overturned. Edinburg Mayor pledges to make the city a sanctuary for the unborn In Edinburg, Texas, Mayor Richard Molina has pledged to make the city a ‘Sanctuary City for the Unborn’. He announced his commitment during the reading of the proclamation of June 27 as Pro-Life Apostolate Day during the City Council meeting. Florida to add lessons on oppression in totalitarian nations to civics curriculum In the US state of Florida, Governor Ron DeSantis signed two bills on Tuesday, June 22, expanding civics education by including lessons on the evils of totalitarian governments. There is no retirement age for preaching Gospel: Pope tells elderly people Reaching out to the elderly, the Holy Father Pope Francis has said that the Church loves and cares about them. In his message to grandparents on Tuesday, June 22, the pontiff reminded them that there is no retirement age for proclaiming the Gospel. Vatican invokes sovereign status to protest against draft homophobia law For the first time, the Holy See has invoked its sovereign status under the 1929 Lateran Pact with Italy to protest against a draft legislation that combats homophobia. Pope Francis receives crucifix made of wood salvaged from debris of Beirut blast Pope Francis has been gifted a unique crucifix made of wood salvaged from the debris of the devastating Beirut blast of August 4, 2020. Pontifical Commission for the Protection of Minors gets new secretary The Holy Father has appointed British priest Fr Andrew Small as the new Secretary of the Pontifical Commission for the Protection of Minors. He replaces Monsignor Robert Oliver of the Archdiocese of Boston who served as secretary of the commission since its formation eight years ago.