Rome in the News, April 2019

Some recent Rome and eschatology-related headlines:

Pope Francis security scare in Morocco as man sprints towards King Mohammed’s car and is tackled by his guards while the pontiff looks on during visit to build Christian-Muslim ties

Pope: God Wants Catholic/Muslim Fraternity

Revealed: Irish bishop was accused of raping his own niece when she was just five and faced another two accusations of child sexual abuse before his death

Nuns sexually abusing minors could become next Catholic Church scandal, experts say

New York Archdiocese names 120 priests ‘credibly accused’ of child sex abuse as cardinal begs for forgiveness ‘for the failings of those clergy’

Jehovah’s Witnesses ‘kept a secret database of tens of thousands of child molesters for two decades and hid it from the authorities’

Joe Biden the Vatican candidate of choice for 2020

Pope sends aid to migrants stranded at the US border

It Begins: Former UN Under-Secretary-General Calls For One World Currency

Islam: The West’s ‘Most Formidable and Persistent Enemy’

Notre Dame: An Omen

Jihadi Ideologue Celebrates Notre Dame Cathedral Fire, Threatens Jihad Against France

CHRISLAM RISING: French President Macron Says The Roman Catholic Notre Dame Cathedral In Paris Should Be Rebuilt With Muslim Minarets To ‘Reflect Diversity’ Of France

Vatican Cardinal Warns the West ‘Will Disappear’ Due to Mass Migration

Nigeria: Jihad against Christians


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