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Young Catholic students receive visit from pen-pal sergeant

Nov 16, 2003

Students at St. Michael's Catholic School in Cary have been learning a lot about service and community in their special... Read more

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Catholic bishops predict "hard times ahead" with upcoming study on sexual misconduct

Nov 13, 2003

The release of three news studies in priestly sexual abuse in early 2004 means the U.S. bishops will face “hard... Read more

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Catholic organization regrets removal of judge in favor of “10 Commandments

Nov 13, 2003

The Thomas More Law Center called yesterday’s decision that voted Alabama Chief Justice Roy Moore out of office “outrageous” and... Read more

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Catholic Orders seek recruits in Cyberspace

Nov 13, 2003

Catholic communities are increasingly tapping into modern technology and going where the youth are to attract new vocations – in... Read more

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Same-sex unions can never be equal to marriage: U.S. bishops

Nov 12, 2003

It is not unjust to deny legal status to same-sex unions because marriage and same-sex unions are essentially different realities,... Read more

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Catholic Bishops' document to reject "pro-choice" politics as compatible with Catholic identity

Nov 12, 2003

Pro-abortion politicians who claim to be Catholic may be hearing from their bishops soon. The U.S. bishops are considering developing... Read more

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American Life League applauds Bishops' response on "pro-choice" Catholic politicians

Nov 12, 2003

The American Life League applauded the U.S. bishops' decision earlier this week to study how the Church should respond to... Read more

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Bishop speaks out on Terri's behalf

Nov 12, 2003

A U.S. bishop spoke out on behalf of Terri Schindler Schiavo, a brain-damaged Florida woman, who has been in a... Read more

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Thomas More Law Center defends Christmas in U.S. federal courts

Nov 12, 2003

The Thomas More Law Centre is taking the City of New York and some of its public school officials to... Read more

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U.S. bishops urged to promote communion, accept criticism from laity

Nov 10, 2003

The president of the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops urged his fellow bishops to promote unity and accept criticism... Read more

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Catholic league urges bishops to weigh in on “pro-choice” Catholic politicians

Nov 10, 2003

The American Life League is calling on the U.S. bishops to weigh in on pro-abortion politicians in Congress this week... Read more

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Head of  National Review Board  tells “Call to Action”  board will remain “independent”

Nov 9, 2003

The interim chairman of the USCCB-created National Review Board, created to monitor Church response to clerical sexual abuse, addressed the... Read more

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Catholic Health Association Applauds Bush For Partial-Birth Abortion Ban Act

Nov 6, 2003

The Catholic Health Association of the United States (CHA) is applauding President George W. Bush for signing the Partial-Birth Abortion... Read more

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Archbishop Chaput applauds signing of partial-birth abortion ban

Nov 5, 2003

The Partial-Birth Abortion Ban Act of 2003 is “a vital step in the right direction for our nation,” said Archbishop... Read more

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National Clergy council calls for the ordination of gay bishop to be undone

Nov 5, 2003

The ordination of V. Gene Robinson as a bishop of New Hampshire by the Episcopal Church U.S.A. must be undone... Read more

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Don’t treat asylum-seekers with prejudice asks the Vatican at UN

Nov 4, 2003

Archbishop Celestino Migliore, the Holy See’s permanent observer at the United Nations, requested yesterday not to portray asylum-seekers as a... Read more

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Opposition to gay ordination "not about sex but Bible," critics say

Nov 4, 2003

The opposition to the ordination of the first openly gay bishop in the United States this week isn’t about sex... Read more

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Episcopal congregations seek new diocese

Nov 4, 2003

Episcopal leaders are scrambling to address the requests of two New Hampshire churches to become part of another diocese, following... Read more

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Anglicans face deep divisions after consecration of homosexual Episcopalian

Nov 3, 2003

The consecration of the first openly gay bishop in the United States, sanctioned by the Episcopal Church U.S.A., has created... Read more

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Louisiana to vote between two Catholics for the first time

Nov 3, 2003

Louisiana is poised to elect its first Catholic governor in more than 100 years. The two frontrunners in the upcoming... Read more