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Perspectives Daily: A Nigerian Catholic priest has been released unharmed after kidnapping

July 12, 2018
Photo credit: Nigeria Police Force Enugu State Command
 
Paulinus Udewanga of St. Mark's Catholic Church in south eastern Nigeria has been released unharmed after being kidnapped last week.
In today's episode we cover the following stories:
  1. Remembering Cardinal Tauran, whose funeral was held this morning in the Vatican.
  2. Father Paulinus Udewanga has been released after being kidnapped last week.
  3. Documents in the Vatican Secret Archives prove that it was a "myth" that Blessed Paul VI largely set out on his own in writing, "Humanae Vitae". 
In addition to these, here are some other Catholic news stories from around the world that are making headlines today:
That's all we have for today. Be sure to join us again on Monday when we bring you more Catholic news and stories.

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