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Church leader in Australia attacked during worship service

Authorities in Australia have arrested a man who attacked Bishop Mar Mari Emmanuel of Christ The Good Shepherd Church as he was giving his sermon during a liturgical celebration. The attack took place in a Sydney suburb and does not appear related to one days earlier at a local shopping centre.

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World Council of Churches does not agree to XXV WRCC's Decree

The General Secretary of the WCC says the organization cannot reconcile the Decree of the XXV World Russian People's Council, whose head is the Orthodox Patriarch, which describes the conflict in Ukraine as a "holy war."

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"Conversations in the Spirit” for women in a synodal Church

Around 1,400 people from all over the world are expected to gather online to put synodal methodology into practice, with a focus on the participation of women in a synodal Church.

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New modern stained-glass windows to be installed in Notre Dame

As the restoration of Notre Dame Cathedral in Paris continues at a steady pace after the devastating fire that ravaged the Gothic masterpiece on April 15, 2019, the French Government appoints a committee of experts to select projects of new modern-style stained-glass windows to replace the existing ones in six of its chapels.

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US, Europe, Russia urge restraint after Iran attack on Israel

Following the recent weekend attack on Israel by Iran, European countries are joining the United States in urging restraint.

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Sudan: One year of conflict

The war in Sudan broke out exactly one year ago. 12 months of fierce fighting and violence have caused a huge loss of life, the displacement of millions of people, acute hunger, and a tragic ongoing humanitarian crisis.

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Congo-Brazzaville: Bishops evaluate and offer guidance to episcopal commissions

Bishops in the Republic of Congo, over the weekend, concluded their first Plenary Assembly for 2024. The Plenary was held in the capital, Brazzaville. During the report sessions, they evaluated various pastoral projects and received reports on the activities of the Episcopal Commisions and Church institutions.

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Council of Cardinals commences April meetings in the Vatican

April 15 marks the start of the April working session of the C9 - Council of Cardinals, in the presence of Pope Francis.

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The invisible and indelible wounds of war

Dr. Richard Mollica, Professor of Psychiatry at Harvard Medical School, shares with Vatican Media his decades of experience in assisting trauma survivors as they and their families seek healing from the hidden wounds of war.

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Poland: Thousands join National March for Life in Warsaw

Thousands of people express their support for the lives of unborn children and their opposition to expanding access to abortion, as they took part in Poland’s National March for Life on Sunday.

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