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"News from EWTN Norway" is a podcast featuring the latest Catholic news, produced with AI narration. Episodes cover significant events and updates from the Vatican, stories of sainthood, and other relevant Catholic news. Content is sourced from reputable outlets like the Catholic News Agency and The National Catholic Register. Regular updates ensure listeners stay informed on important developments in the Catholic community.
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This is a summary of the morning news stories in the Church from EWTN Norway. We bring you key updates and insights to keep you informed about important events and developments. Special South African Catholic Bishop on Transparency Conference in Rome Christians in Egypt Embark on Construction of Churches as Persecution Ebbs Pope Francis Meets with …
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“Special”: South African Catholic Bishop on Transparency Conference in Rome By Silas Isenjia Bishop Thulani Victor Mbuyisa of South Africa’s Catholic Diocese of Kokstad, a participant in the June 16-22 workshop on Transparency and Accountability in the Catholic Church in Rome, has described the convention as “special”. Full text story: https://ewtn…
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Christians in Egypt Embark on Construction of Churches as Persecution Ebbs By ACI Africa Staff Church projects that had been halted in Egypt when the Northern African nation was dominated by the Muslim Brotherhood are being resumed as Christians in the country begin to enjoy some measure of freedom. Full text story: https://ewtn.no/christians-in-eg…
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Pope Francis Meets with Opus Dei Prelate Monsignor Fernando Ocáriz By Nicolás de Cárdenas, Walter Sánchez Silva The press office of the Holy See reported that Pope Francis received Monsignor Fernando de Ocáriz, the “moderator general” of Opus Dei, on Monday. He was accompanied by Monsignor Mariano Fazio, auxiliary vicar of the prelature. The term “…
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Catholic authorities in Spain excommunicate, expel renegade nuns By Walter Sánchez Silva The Catholic Church in Spain has decreed the excommunication and expulsion from consecrated life of the Poor Clare nuns of Belorado for committing the crime of schism. Full text story: https://ewtn.no/catholic-authorities-in-spain-excommunicate-expel-renegade-n…
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Texas investigates Children’s Hospital over alleged secret sex changes on minors By Peter Pinedo Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton has launched an investigation into allegations that illegal sex-change procedures are being performed on minors at Texas Children’s Hospital. Full text story: https://ewtn.no/texas-investigates-childrens-hospital-over-a…
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Irish bishops decry assisted suicide proposal as ‘a failure of hope’ By Jonah McKeown The Catholic bishops of Ireland on Monday issued a statement laying out the Church’s teaching on end-of-life issues and advocating for palliative care amid a push by Irish politicians to introduce legislation to legalize assisted suicide. “We believe that every pe…
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This is a summary of today's significant news stories in the Church from EWTN Norway. We bring you key updates and insights to keep you informed about important events and developments. Who Was St. John the Baptist? 11 Things to Know and Share Pope Francis Appoints Gänswein to Diplomatic Role in Baltic States Summer Christmas: Why Does the Church C…
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Who Was St. John the Baptist? 11 Things to Know and Share What do we know about the mysterious John the Baptist? Here are 11 things to know and share... John the Baptist is a mysterious figure in the New Testament. He was famous in his own day, even before he became the herald of Christ. We even know about him from outside the New Testament. The So…
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Pope Francis appoints Gänswein to diplomatic role in Baltic states By Courtney Mares Pope Francis has appointed Archbishop Georg Gänswein, the former private secretary to the late Pope Benedict XVI, to a diplomatic role in the Baltic states. The Vatican announced Monday that Gänswein will serve as the apostolic nuncio, or papal ambassador, to Lithu…
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‘Summer Christmas’: Why does the Church celebrate the birthday of St. John the Baptist? By Hannah Brockhaus St. John the Baptist, the forerunner of Christ, is one of only three people in history — after Jesus and Mary — whose birthday is celebrated in the Church’s liturgy. In fact, the Nativity of St. John the Baptist on June 24 is a solemnity, mea…
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Pope Francis: Jesus in the Eucharist strengthens us in times of trial By Courtney Mares Jesus does not spare us from difficulties but strengthens us with the Eucharist to have the courage to face them, Pope Francis said in his reflection on Sunday’s Gospel. Speaking from the window of the Apostolic Palace on June 23, Pope Francis asked the crowd ga…
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‘Do This in Memory of Me’: Eucharistic Art Exhibit Highlights Mystery of Jesus’ Real Presence ‘I want them to see the sacrificial Lamb of God who willingly laid down his life for us.’ By Joseph Pronechen Among the many ways the Eucharist is being highlighted and honored during the current Eucharistic Revival is through a major sacred art exhibit ca…
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Canadian man offered euthanasia ‘multiple times’: ‘I don’t want to give up my life’ By Daniel Payne Amid ongoing efforts to expand euthanasia in Canada under the name of “medical aid in dying” (MAID), one Ottawa man says he has been offered euthanasia “multiple times” as he struggles with lifelong disabilities and chronic pain from a disease called…
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Vaticano Update Hello and welcome to this week’s Vaticano Updates – the most important news from the Holy Father and the Vatican. Vatican Published Papal Primacy Document The Vatican published a 130-page study on papal primacy containing suggestions from Orthodox and Protestant Christian communities for how the role of the bishop of Rome might look…
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Pope Francis advances martyred Albanian priests along path to sainthood By Daniel Payne Pope Francis on Thursday advanced the cause for sainthood for two martyred Catholic priests who were killed “in hatred of the faith” in Albania in the first decades of the 20th century. The Dicastery for the Causes of Saints made the announcement of the priests’…
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Diocese of Rome closes first step toward sainthood for young wife and mother By Hannah Brockhaus The Diocese of Rome on Friday officially closed the diocesan phase of the investigation into the life and virtues of Chiara Corbella Petrillo, a joyful 28-year-old wife and mother who died from cancer in 2012 in Rome. Full text story: https://www.cathol…
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Mother Angelica’s shrine fills to capacity as National Eucharistic Pilgrimage passes through By Peter Pinedo “I live because of the Eucharist,” Mother Angelica once said. The foundress of EWTN and member of the Poor Clares of Perpetual Adoration, Mother Angelica made no secret of her love and devotion to the true presence of Christ in the Eucharist…
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Is there a satanic element in rock music? An expert explains By Almudena Martínez-Bordiú Claudia Caneva, an Italian professor at Roma Tre University, recently gave a presentation on “Music and Satanism” during the course “Exorcism and Deliverance Prayer” held in Rome and sponsored by the Pontifical Athenaeum Regina Apostolorum and the Italian Socio…
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The Catholic Church in France will have 105 new priests in 2024 By Walter Sánchez Silva The French Bishops’ Conference (CEF) reported that, in 2024, 105 new priests will be ordained, 17 more priests than in 2023, when 88 new priests were ordained in the European country. Full story: https://ewtn.no/the-catholic-church-in-france-will-have-105-new-pr…
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Pope Francis names Chinese bishop who attended Synod on Synodality to Archdiocese of Hangzhou By Hannah Brockhaus Pope Francis has named Bishop Joseph Yang Yongqiang to lead the Archdiocese of Hangzhou in China, transferring him from the Diocese of Zhoucun, the Vatican announced Saturday. The June 12 nomination took place “within the framework of d…
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Pope Francis fields questions from students about gender identity and LGBTQ discrimination By Courtney Mares Pope Francis participated in a live Q-and-A video call with university students on Thursday in which a bisexual student from the Philippines asked the pope to stop using “offensive language” and an Australian student expressed concern that t…
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By AC Wimmer Archbishop Carlo Maria Viganò on Thursday claimed that the Vatican’s Dicastery for the Doctrine of the Faith has initiated proceedings against him over the alleged crime of schism. Read the story here: https://ewtn.no/former-u-s-nuncio-vigano-to-undergo-church-trial-for-schism-rejecting-pope-francis/ Photo: Archbishop Carlo Vigano. | E…
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Pope Francis tells Communion and Liberation leader: ‘Do not look at your navel’ EWTN Norge · Pope Francis tells Communion and Liberation leader: ‘Do not look at your navel’ By Jonah McKeown Pope Francis in an audience last week with the president of Communion and Liberation (CL) reportedly told the leader not to “look at your navel” but to share th…
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Argentine bishops speak out about interrupting Mass with political chants By Julieta Villar In two separate recent incidents, participants at Mass in Argentina started chanting the political slogan “the country is not for sale,” an expression of opposition to the policies of President Javier Milei. Videos showing the chanting have circulated on soc…
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By Catalina Scheider Galiñanes, The National Catholic Register Dappled Things, a literary and artistic magazine that describes itself as “wholeheartedly Catholic,” announced the winners of its “Sacred Heart Art Competition” on the Solemnity of the Sacred Heart of Jesus. Read more: https://ewtn.no/burning-with-love-catholic-art-competition-honors-th…
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German president laments Church’s diminished role at ‘Catholics Day’ By AC Wimmer photo Credit: Filip Singer - Pool/Getty Images Amid an exodus from Catholicism and ongoing struggles over the controversial German Synodal Way, both Pope Francis and the German president addressed participants at a national Catholic event underway in Germany this week…
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Pope Francis: The Eucharist is God’s response to the deepest hunger of the heart By Almudena Martínez-Bordiú On the occasion of the solemnity of Corpus Christi, Pope Francis on Thursday said, “the Eucharist is God’s response to the deepest hunger of the human heart, the true hunger.” The solemnity of the Body and Blood of Christ is celebrated on th…
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Pope Francis hails ‘immense gift’ of vocation to the consecrated life Photo Credit: Vatican Media By ACI Prensa Staff, May 30, Pope Francis on Thursday addressed a message to participants in a conference on consecrated religious life currently taking place in Brazil. In his message, he expressed his gratitude for “the immense gift of the vocation t…
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Benedictine Bishop Dominicus Meier replaces Bode in Osnabrück Diocese in Germany Photo: Bishop Dominicus Meier OSB. | Credit: Besim Mazhiqi, Archdiocese of Paderborn By AC Wimmer, May 30, 2024 More than a year after a German bishop resigned under pressure over his handling of clerical sexual abuse, the Vatican announced a successor on Tuesday. The …
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The ‘Gen Z’ flip: Why young women are leaving religion — and how to bring them back - Read by AI By Kate Quiñones For the past 20 years, men have left religion at higher rates than women; but for the first time in decades, young men are more likely to stay with it, while young women are leaving, according to a recent study. For the past three gener…
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Pope Francis opens new catechetical cycle on Holy Spirt’s role in salvation Pope Francis on Wednesday opened a new catechetical series during his weekly general audience, focusing on the theme of creation across history and the role of the Holy Spirit in the story of salvation. Titled “The Spirit and the Bride: The Holy Spirit Guides God’s People T…
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