Daily Archives: Sep 8, 2016

Congo’s President Kabila could invoke the wrath of the Catholic Church

Catholic bishops in Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) have threatened to pull out of a national dialogue on forthcoming elections if President Joseph Kabila attempts to stay in power beyond his mandate. The dialogue, which began on September 1, is … read more »

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Mother Teresa sometimes didn’t believe in God. That makes her an example of faith.

Mother Teresa might be the most famous, and most widely admired, Catholic personality of the 20th century. And on Sunday, she was canonized by Pope Francis. The Catholic Church makes saints to hold up as examples to the faithful. Every … read more »

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