India court affirms priests’ right to property despite poverty oath

India court affirms priests’ right to property despite poverty oath

KOCHI, India (Thomson Reuters Foundation) A high court in southern India has ruled that Christian priests and nuns are entitled to their right to property despite their vows of poverty, signaling an end to a centuries-old tradition that has left many in the clergy destitute. In its order last week in favor of a priest whose relatives cut him out of his share of ancestral property, the court in Kerala state said a priest can give up his property if he wishes to, but there can be no “automatic deprivation”…

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Why Dragon Ball’s Latest Game Has 2D Combat

Why Dragon Ball’s Latest Game Has 2D Combat Bandai Namco allowed Arc System Works to take a crack at the Dragon Ball property. However, the developers behind the hugely popular Guilty Gear series opted to make the newest Dragon Ball FighterZ on a 2D plane instead of in 3D like the CyberConnect 2 or Dimp titles. Well, there’s a detailed reason why, but the short answer is eSports. Game Informer managed to nab an interview with Bandai Namco producer Tomoko Hiroki, who explained that the switch from 3D to a…

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