In today's Catholic Daily Roundup, top stories include the Tulsa police officer charged with manslaughter turns herself in, Yahoo has the larger cyber-breach in history, and Trump releases a list of conservative Catholic advisors.
"God never tires of offering His forgiveness each time we ask for it." (Pope Francis)
Today's Gospel: “The Christ of God.” (Luke 9:20)
In the News:
- The Tulsa police officer charged with manslaughter in the fatal shooting of an unarmed black man last week turned herself early Friday and was released on $50,000 bond pending her trial, according to the Tulsa County jail records.
- Yahoo says "state-sponsored" hackers stole information from about 500 million users in what appears to be the largest publicly disclosed cyber-breach in history.
- Airstrikes pounded rebel-held areas in the embattled Syrian city of Aleppo on Friday, hitting centers for a volunteer civil defense group in a sharp escalation by government forces after the collapse of cease-fire plans that raised fleeting hopes of peace.
Pope Francis and church news:
- Speaking with Italian reporters, Pope Francis warned they should be careful as one can kill a person with their tongue.
- Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump has released a list of 33 prominent conservative Catholic advisers for his campaign.
- After two nights of violence in Charlotte, Bishop Peter J. Jugis called on men, women and children in the Diocese of Charlotte to join him in prayers for "peace and justice" for all victims of violence and for law enforcement personnel who have been victims of "unjust violence."
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