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Perspectives Daily: Priests in Australia will defy the new law

June 18, 2018
CNS photo/Mike Stechschulte, Michigan Catholic
Another Australian state will now force priests to break the seal of confession or face criminal charges. Priests in that country say they are willing to go to jail. Here are the stories that we covered in today's episode:
  1. The pope appeals for the international community to put an end to the crisis in Yemen.
  2. Priests in Australia would rather go to jail than abide by a new law.
  3. Police in the Philippines have in custody the man suspected of shooting and killing Fr. Richmond Nilo as he prepared for Mass.
  4. The pope gives his thoughts on World Refugee Day, which is this Wednesday.
Here is today's episode:
In addition to those, here are other Catholic news stories that you might be interested in:
That's it for today. Be sure to check in with us tomorrow for more of the latest Catholic news and stories from around the world.

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