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Papal Go to to Canada
EWTN With the theme “Strolling Collectively,” Pope Francis will meet with Indigenous peoples in Edmonton, Maskwacis and Lac Ste. Anne, Alberta, on Monday and Tuesday. In Quebec Metropolis on Wednesday, Thursday and Friday, he’ll meet with Canadian officers and Indigenous peoples. He’ll say Mass in Edmonton on Tuesday and on the Nationwide Shrine of Sainte-Anne-de-Beaupré in Quebec Metropolis on Thursday.
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EWTN This two-hour, 2020 EWTN unique documentary reveals how Marxism, feminism and pretend science have attacked God, Christianity, sexual morality, the household and marriage. TV-MA.
Daniel J. Engler Register correspondent Dan Engler writes from Santa Barbara, California.
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