Tag Archives: Martyrs

Historian Anthony E. Clark describes his visit to two Roman Catholic villages in China

Anthony Clark describes his visit to two Catholic villages in China. At last we walked to the impressive new church, which is now under construction and being modeled after the previous church that was attacked by the Red Guards in … Continue reading

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53-year old Catholic nun who campaigned for tribal people against a mining company was hacked to death in her home

Catholic Church leaders in Kerala, India have expressed shock after a nun who campaigned for tribal people against a mining company was hacked to death in her home: Church leaders in Kerala have expressed shock and outrage over the killing yesterday … Continue reading

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Sophie Scholl and friends: Catholic Christians who founded the White Rose opposition movement in Nazi Germany

Charles Lewis writes: The film takes place over the course of a few days – from the time of Sophie’s capture, to her interrogation, her trial and execution.  Hans Scholl, 24, and family friend Christoph Probst, 22, were also taken into … Continue reading

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Young Roman Catholic priest Fr. Marek Rybinski murdered by Muslim extremists in Tunisia

Catholic priest murdered by Muslim extremists in Tunisia Fr. Marek Rybinski, a young Polish Catholic priest working in a Salesian school in Manouba, Tunisia, has been murdered.  The Tunisian police suspect Muslim extremists due to the nature of the murder.  Fr. … Continue reading

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