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John Waters's fave films of 2020

The great Pope of trash, John Waters, revealed his top 10 favorite films of 2020 for Artforum. Here are his top 3: 1BUTT BOY (Tyler Cornack)A jaw-dropping, deadpan, bowel-bonkers thriller about a heterosexual dad who after a routine visit to his proctologist becomes a serial killer and inhales his victims up his ass, I kid you not. — Read the rest
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The Morning Watch: ‘Star Wars’ Character Ahsoka Tano Explained, Making Leather Armor for ‘Mulan’ & More

The Morning Watch is a recurring feature that highlights a handful of noteworthy videos from around the web. They could be video essays, fanmade productions, featurettes, short films, hilarious sketches, or just anything that has to do with our favorite movies and TV shows. In this edition, if you didn’t keep up with Star Wars: The Clone Wars or Star Wars Rebels, then you might want to watch a video explaining everything you need to know about the character Ahsoka Tano on The Mandalorian. Plus,...
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Pope installs new cardinals, including first African-American

Pope Francis on Saturday installed 13 new cardinals, including the first African-American to hold the high rank, further expanding the...
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Pope elevates 13 new cardinals then puts them in their place

ROME (AP) — Pope Francis raised 13 new cardinals to the highest rank in the Catholic hierarchy Saturday and immediately warned them not...
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Wilton Gregory: Pope appoints first African American cardinal

Wilton Gregory is one of 13 new cardinals installed by Pope Francis at a ceremony on Saturday.
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Pope installs new cardinals, including first African American

Wilton Gregory, 72, joins College of Cardinals in VaticanPope Francis further shapes electorate for his successorPope Francis has installed 13 new cardinals, including the first African American to hold the high rank, further expanding the pontiff’s impact on the group that will one day elect his successor.Wilton Gregory, the 72-year-old archbishop of Washington DC becomes the first African American cardinal at a time the United States is examining race relations after a spate of police killings...
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Pope Francis Urges Solidarity In A COVID-19 World In Rare Op-Ed

In The New York Times, Pope chastises governments ignoring "mounting deaths," and warns about other "unseen viruses."
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Uighurs: China rebuffs Pope's criticism as 'groundless'

Beijing says remarks by the Pope about the persecution of China's Muslim Uighurs are "groundless".
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Pope says for first time that China's Uighurs are 'persecuted'

Francis mentions plight of Muslim minority in China, alongside Rohingya and Yazidi, in new bookPope Francis has for the first time called China’s Muslim Uighurs a “persecuted” people, something human rights activists have been urging him to do for years.In the wide-ranging book Let Us Dream: the Path to a Better Future, he said: “I think often of persecuted peoples: the Rohingya, the poor Uighurs, the Yazidi” in a section where he also talks about persecuted Christians in Islamic countries. Cont...
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Pope, for first time, says China's Uighurs are 'persecuted'

The Pope praised those who protested against the death of George Floyd in police custody for rallying around the "healthy indignation"...
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Pope derides anti-mask protesters

Pope Francis took aim Monday at protests against coronavirus restrictions, contrasting them with the "healthy indignation" seen in the...
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Pope says anti-maskers stuck in 'their own little world of interests'

Francis contrasts opposition to Covid measures with ‘healthy indignation’ over racismCoronavirus – latest updatesSee all our coronavirus coveragePope Francis has taken aim at protests against coronavirus restrictions, contrasting them with the “healthy indignation” seen in demonstrations against racism after the death of George Floyd.“Some groups protested, refusing to keep their distance, marching against travel restrictions – as if measures that governments must impose for the good of their pe...
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Vatican asks Instagram to investigate Pope account's lingerie model 'like'

The Vatican is seeking an explanation from Instagram, after the official account of Pope Francis liked a photograph of a lingerie-clad Brazilian model.
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Vatican, Instagram investigating Pope's account liking lingerie model post

The Vatican has called on Instagram to assist in an investigation after Pope Francis’s official account liked an image of a Brazilian...
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Vatican asks Instagram to get to the bottom of Pope account's lingerie model 'like'

The Vatican is seeking an explanation from Instagram, after the official account of Pope Francis liked a photograph of a lingerie-clad Brazilian model.
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Vatican launches investigation after Pope’s Instagram account likes revealing photo of Brazilian model

‘At least I’m going to heaven,’ jokes model as Vatican reportedly demands explanation from social media site
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Pope’s account ‘likes’ racy Instagram post; Vatican investigates

Lingerie photo of influencer Natalia Garibotto was captioned with a devil horn emoji and the line: ‘I can teach you a thing or two.’
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Vatican investigating Pope 'liking' photo of Brazilian model in lingerie on Instagram

The photo was captioned with a devil horn emoji, along with the suggestive line: "I can teach you a thing or two."
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Church Is Not Essential: Lessons From COVID-19

The COVID-19 pandemic is the story of the year, and it will be the story that defines much of the 2020’s as a decade. It is so big that it is the backdrop of dozens of other stories and the launching pad for enough grievance pieces to give your sixty year-old aunt enough stuff to share on Facebook till she turns ninety. One particular windmill that these grievance pieces attack is the closure of churches in several states across the US. I’ve seen an unending stream of articles, blog posts, a...
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60 years after JFK, Biden as second Catholic president offers a refresh in church's political role

Running to become the first Catholic president of the United States in 1960, Sen. John F. Kennedy told an audience of wary Protestant ministers that “if the time should come … when my office would require me to violate my conscience or violate the national interest, then I would resign the office.”Sixty years later, Joe Biden has become the second Roman Catholic to win the White House, and some prominent Catholics and bishops now appear to believe that the only way a Catholic should hold office ...
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The disturbing truths in the new Vatican scandal report

Paul Moses describes how disappointing it is to learn from a recent report just how much then-Pope, now Saint John Paul II knew about abuse by Archbishop Theodore McCarrick, the man he made a cardinal. This report should change church culture and usher in a new era of transparency, Moses writes.
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Chargers continue RB committee with Justin Jackson out

COSTA MESA — Running back Justin Jackson paced on the Chargers’ sideline as distressed fantasy football players waited for his return last week against the Las Vegas Raiders. Jackson, who injured his knee on the opening drive, returned for one snap, but Chargers coach Anthony Lynn didn’t like what he saw from Jackson and pulled him for good. Jackson finished with three snaps for zero carries, zero receptions and zilch for his fantasy football owners, who assumed Jackson had taken the reins on th...
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‘The Lost King’: Richard III’s Remains Were Discovered Under a Parking Garage, and There Will Be a Film About It

Are you ready for a Philomena reunion? Good, because English actor, writer, and comedian Steve Coogan (Philomena) is reuniting with his old Philomena co-writer Jeff Pope to tackle the screenplay for The Lost King, a new drama/comedy from Philomena director Stephen Frears. Will Dame Judi Dench, who actually played the titular Philomena, eventually get involved and make this reunion even more robust? One can only hope. As for The Lost King, the film is based on the true story of the unlikely disc...
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Vatican's financial scandal prompts Pope to move investments

Pope Francis is giving the Vatican secretariat of state three months to transfer all of its financial holdings to another Vatican office following its bungled management of hundreds of millions of euros in donations and investments that are now the subject of a corruption investigation.
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Joshua Kelley in Chargers’ backfield plans for Week 9 vs. Raiders

COSTA MESA — Chargers coach Anthony Lynn knows the mental burden running backs carry after a string of fumbles. They begin to overthink on the field and aren’t as decisive when running between tackles. But every running back regains confidence at their own pace. Lynn anticipated that with rookie running back Joshua Kelley after he fumbled in back-to-back games against the Carolina Panthers and Tampa Bay Buccaneers. Kelley hasn’t been the same powerful runner he was to start the season in the pas...
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Pope shakes up running of Vatican funds after London property scandal

Pope Francis has stripped the Vatican's Secretariat of State of control over its own funds, moving them to the supervision of its economic offices in an attempt to contain the fallout of a scandal over a luxury London property deal. The Secretariat of State is the most important department in the Vatican administration, overseeing the Holy See's diplomacy and general affairs inside the Vatican and has historically controlled its own funds, investments and real estate holdings. An investigation...
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Vatican says Pope's comments on same-sex civil unions were taken out of context

The Vatican has sought to clarify Pope Francis' comments in support of same-sex civil unions, saying they were taken out of context and do not signal a change in doctrine.
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Vatican says Pope's comments on same-sex civil unions were taken out of context

The Vatican has sought to clarify Pope Francis' comments in support of same-sex civil unions, saying they were taken out of context and do not signal a change in doctrine.
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Pope vows to fight corruption but sees it as uphill struggle

Pope Francis said in an interview published on Friday that he is determined to root out corruption in the Catholic Church but that he is not overly optimistic because it is a centuries-old human problem. In an interview with the Italian news agency AdnKronos, Francis also said he listens to his critics but can't allow himself to get bogged down by every negative thing they say. In a shock move last month, Francis fired Cardinal Angelo Becciu, a former top Vatican official, accusing him of embe...
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Anaheim’s Chain Reaction saved from permanent closure after overwhelming support from bands and fans

After announcing its closure on social media last week, Anaheim’s all-ages concert venue Chain Reaction revealed it will be able to keep its lease and the lights on thanks to the generosity and support of dozens of bands and thousands of fans. Last week, venue owner and Fearless Records president Andy Serrao said he had made the tough call to negotiate out of his lease; without the ability to host live events, the 250-capacity club was hemorrhaging money since it shut down back in March due to t...
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