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Bishop Barron: Violence against Christians and the waning of reason

Until we see religious disagreement as indeed what is really going on in the present violence, we aren’t going to solve the problem.

Gunman who attacked Christchurch mosque left a 74-page manifesto on social media

He identified himself as a 28-year-old Australian and white nationalist.

Pope assures solidarity with New Zealanders, especially Muslim community

Bishops: "... we are particularly horrified that this has happened at a place and time of prayer."

Pope laments “senseless act of violence” in Kenya

Prays for consolation and strength for nation

Gunman who attacked Christmas market in France yelled “Allahu Akbar”

Two were left dead as a manhunt continues for the 29-year-old suspect who had been on a terrorist watchlist.

Terrorism deaths decline, but are we any safer?

Report shows drop in Islamist attacks worldwide

Social media tributes remember the victims and heroes of 9/11

Twitters users share virtual memorials to recognize the many we lost 17 years ago.

Nigeria: Is there a genocide against Christians?

In Africa's most populous country, an authentic ethnic cleansing is being perpetrated.

Denmark passes law banning Muslim face veil in public spaces

The “burqa ban” was passed by a 75-30 vote

Pope Francis praises slain French police officer who traded places with hostage

Lieutenant-Colonel Arnaud Beltrame was a practicing Catholic who had experienced a religious conversion and was preparing to receive the sacrament of marriage

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