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- RT @SAfmnews: President Jacob Zuma condemns the killing of police officers. He says law enforcement officers should defend themselves again… 2 days ago
- RT @lnspiredLife: Smiling doesn't necessarily mean you're happy. Sometimes it just means you're strong. 2 days ago
- RT @Women_Sports: Respect all... Fear none. 2 days ago
- RT @DavidRoads: When you do something out of love, you don't count the cost. 2 days ago
- RT @Inspire_Us: Don't cheat the world of your contribution. Give it what you've got. -Steven Pressfield 4 days ago
- RT @Fit_Motivator: Great effort springs naturally from a great attitude. 4 days ago
- RT @ArmorOGod: Like a flood His mercy rains. 6 days ago
- Pictures of the day: 5 August 2015
- Inside the largest Syrian refugee camp - Zaatari camp three years on
- What is life like inside the largest Syrian refugee camp - Zaatari in Jordan?
- Video shows giant Minion causing chaos on Dublin road
- From Addis Ababa to Calais, one woman's story
- Video of Harry Truman meeting atom bomb victims emerges
- Could your genes dictate your political leaning?
- MH370: Reunion island defends its handling of plane wreckage and says it reacted 'quickly'
- Six key policy issues in the Republican primary election
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Tag Archives: Seal of Confession
The spiritual leader of Australia’s 3.5 million Anglicans, Phillip Aspinall, believes that priests may be able to report child abuse revealed during the rite of confession without breaking the seal of the confessional, putting him at odds with Catholics. The … Continue reading
Cardinal George Pell of Sydney, Australia, has said that while the Church will cooperate with a federal commission investigating child abuse, priests will not break the seal of confession. Someone who confesses sins involving abuse will not be reported to … Continue reading
In the Catholic Herald: There are about 500 murders a year in this country, which is of course 500 too many – but only a few of them get large-scale media coverage. One such, now come to trial, is the … Continue reading