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Perspectives Daily: Catholic Church in Bulgaria may be strangled by new law

May 29, 2018
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On today's edition of Perspectives Daily, we look at a new concern faced by the Catholic Church in Bulgaria as a new law proposes to disallow foreign financial support for any organized religion. Here are the stories we look at today:
  1. A quick overview of the pope's message from his homily today at Casa Santa Marta.
  2. How the Catholic Church in Bulgaria will suffer dire consequences if a new proposed law is legislated.
  3. Highlights from the 3rd annual Hamilton Youth Rally with a special report from S+L's Emilie Callan.
In addition to that, here are other Catholic news stories from around the world:
Join us again tomorrow for more of the latest Catholic news and stories.

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