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Hello, today is Monday, December 5, 2022

FEATURED


Two examples of why pope’s ‘dialogue of diplomacy’ is a gamble

From China and Hong Kong, to Russia, to Nicaragua, the pope, to the consternation of some and acclaim of others, has refrained from making outright condemnations of government acts or political leaders, attempting instead to find logic on all sides.
By Elise Ann Allen, Angelus News

VOICES


Conversion therapy

By Robert Brennan, Angelus News

CALIFORNIA


Diocese of Santa Rosa to declare bankruptcy amid wave of old abuse claims

By John Lavenburg, Crux

VATICAN


Advent is opportunity to get off pedestal of superiority, pope says

By Carol Glatz, Catholic News Service

VATICAN


Keep the creche in Christmas, pope urges

By Cindy Wooden, Catholic News Service

WHAT WE'RE READING TODAY


Catholic student center in Nebraska receives shooting threat, signed ‘Jane’s Revenge’

By Joe Bukuras, Catholic News Agency
 

Amy Coney Barrett is not a threat to pluralism

By Kathryn Jean Lopez, National Review
 

What euthanasia has done to Canada

By Ross Douthat, N.Y. Times [Paywall]
 

Non-religious voters wield clout, tilt heavily Democratic

By Peter Smith, AP
 

USCCB Catholic Education Chair speaks out on ‘confused Catholic schools’ embracing ‘sinful’ gender ideology

By Lauretta Brown, National Catholic Register

An immigrant family from Guatemala share their testimony during Thanksgiving Mass at La Placita Parish Nov. 24. (Victor Alemán/Angelus News)

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