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​In UK, assisted suicide vote looms as a key moment for disabled

August 16, 2015 | posted by Catholic News Agency

Amid strong Christian opposition to the legalization of assisted suicide in the U.K., former Anglican Archbishop of Canterbury George Carey has broken away. He took part in a video for a group backing assisted suicide and claims that it is “profoundly Christian” to help people end their lives.

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​Knights celebrate life of founder 125 years after his death

August 15, 2015 | posted by Catholic News Agency

On Friday, hundreds of faithful gathered in New Haven, Conn. to celebrate the 125th anniversary of the death of Venerable Father Michael J. McGivney, founder of the Knights of Columbus.

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​Latin Americans find post-abortion healing in Rachel’s Vineyard Hispanic outreach

August 14, 2015 | posted by Catholic News Agency

Abortion strikes someone on such a personal level that it’s only natural that those seeking healing would want to express their grief and pain in their first language. That’s what Donna Gardner realized when her Rachel's Vineyard team began encountering men and women whose first language is Spanish.

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​Pope Francis baptizes children of an old friend at the Vatican

August 13, 2015 | posted by Catholic News Agency

In a whirlwind trip, Lucas Schaerer and his family -- friends of Pope Francis from his time in Buenos Aires -- traveled to the Vatican, where the pope baptized their daughters, Simona and Charo.

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