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Meet on Sunday on Présence Protestante (France 2) for a new episode of “Ma foi” on the theme of balance
Sunday October 1st at 10 a.m., on Présence Protestante (France 2) join us for a new issue of “Ma foi”, on the importance of living a balanced life in all areas.
Auburn University, a public university located in Alabama, received a letter from an atheist group denouncing the participation of two University employees in a religious celebration that took place on campus.
In a shocking report submitted to the government on Wednesday, the High Council for Equality between Women and Men denounces the illegalities committed by the pornography industry and points out the inaction of the authorities.
Under the gray marble arches of a church in Qaraqosh, several dozen faithful attended a mass on Thursday in memory of the victims of the deadly fire that mourned a wedding in northern Iraq.
The Bishop of Hong Kong, Stephen Chow, who will be created a cardinal on Saturday by Pope Francis, said Thursday he was optimistic about the dialogue between the Vatican and China.
About a year after the death of Mahsa Amini, the Iranian revolt has not abated. This 22-year-old young woman has become the symbol of the fight against Iranian Islamic policy on the wearing of the veil. His death brings a wind of revolt against it.