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A brief history of the Catholic Church's fight against racism


Washington D.C., Aug 23, 2017 CNA/EWTN News.- Catholic bishops from around the country recently condemned the white nationalism at rallies in Charlottesville, Virginia. But what might be lesser known is that the Church has spoken out against racism through the centuries, and still calls for conversion from it.

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These priests were martyred for refusing to violate the seal of confession


Denver, Colo., Aug 22, 2017 CNA/EWTN News.- In recent years, some Catholics have been concerned by pushes from governments in locations such as Louisiana and Australia who challenge the secrecy of the sacrament of confession, asking that priests betray the solemnity of penitents’ confessions when they hear of serious crimes in the confessional.

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Nicaragua mission trips inspire three friends to become doctors


FLOWERY BRANCH, Ga. (CNS) -- Serving the poor in Nicaragua through a parish mission inspired three young women to choose careers in medicine. Drs. Rachel Johnson, Alex Olney and Anna Sulimirski Strasma began volunteering as children with Amigos for Christ, a nonprofit organization that grew out of a youth group project at Prince of Peace in Flowery Branch in 1999. At one time, the three were members of the parish.

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