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Perspectives Daily: Violence against Catholics in Nigeria on the rise and other Catholic headlines

May 30, 2018
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On today's episode of Perspectives Daily, we look at the following stories:
  1. A summary of the Holy Father's catechesis on Confirmation during his weekly general audience.
  2. Cardinal-designate Luis Ladaria, SJ, Prefect of the Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith, puts to rest the question to female priests.
  3. More violence against Catholics in Nigeria as a seminary and students are attacked by Fulani herdsmen.
  4. The Archbishop of Abuja urges Nigerians to embrace forgiveness while issuing a stern warning to the government.
In addition to the stories we covered today, here are other Catholic news headlines that you should know about:

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