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Morning Briefing: Theology seminars on Amoris Laetitia; Bishop Thomas Tobin, Global Sisters report columnists reflect on Ash Wednesday; Church of England facing thousands of sexual abuse claims; Violence fuels fear among Myanmar Muslims
In drought-stricken Cape Town, residents are hoarding bottled water and showering over buckets in anticipation of "Day Zero," the unprecedented moment when engineers close most of the city's faucets.
In an open letter Dec. 15, a group of 20 Catholic bishops and other religious leaders described as "deeply troubling" the idea "that a man can be or become a woman or vice versa."
Morning Briefing: Fake news and the moral center of America; Supreme Court wedding cake case; How Ireland moved to the left; New life for the center of Boston Catholicism