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If a person is living a virtuous life, will they know it or will they be oblivious to the fact?
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The Alberta government has introduced a new Education Act, Bill 2, that is entering second reading. Our family and others including many Catholic parents, the Homeschool Legal Defense Association, Alberta Home Education Association, are greatly concerned about the changes in this act.
Re: "U.S. Church ignores teaching moment on contraception" (WCR editorial, March 5).
In regards to your editorial of March 5, I wish to raise a few objections to your presentation of the statistical data and your subsequent interpretation of that data.
Archbishop Pedro Barreto Jimeno of Huancayo, Peru, received a death threat just two days after releasing a statement calling for a controversial smelter to meet environmental requirements before being allowed to resume operations.
Legalization of same-sex marriage could obscure the "real meaning" of marriage for generations to come, the bishops of England and Wales are telling Catholics.
Terrorist attacks on Christians in Africa, the Middle East and Asia tripled in a seven-year period, a Vatican official told a UN meeting.
A suicide car bomber attacked a Catholic Church as Mass was being celebrated, killing three people and sending dozens of worshippers fleeing into the streets, officials said.
The number of Catholics in the world and the number of deacons, priests and bishops all increased in 2010, while the number of women in religious orders continued to decline, according to Vatican statistics.
Cardinal Jose Sanchez, who once served as prefect of the Congregation for Clergy at the Vatican, died March 9 in Manila.