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Facebook apparently deemed that the San Damiano Cross contained ‘shocking content’

I am not remotely surprised that they harvest information and sell it on

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Holy Family parish is now one of the most popular Catholic Facebook pages in Britain

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His remarks came after a senior United Nations official said he saw the ‘early warning signs of genocide’ in the country

Twenty-five Catholic fan pages whose followers numbered in the millions had been removed without explanation on Monday

The Catholic fan pages were all removed and restored within a period of 24 hours. Facebook has yet to explain what happened

Christianity is an incarnational religion. Social media is the opposite

Officials have also urged people not to share the video, saying the militants sought to fan hatred between Christians and Muslims