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Washington archdiocese to open new H.S. geared to low-income students

Jan 19, 2006

The Archdiocese of Washington has partnered with the Salesians of Don Bosco to open a new high school, which will... Read more

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Still rebuilding after Katrina, Catholic aid program gives $515,000

Jan 19, 2006

The Catholic Campaign for Human Development (CCHD) today announced the awarding of more than half a million dollars in special... Read more

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Legal appeal challenges civil no-fault divorce unconstitutional

Jan 19, 2006

An Ohio mother of four has launched a constitutional appeal against an Ohio civil divorce and custody decision, arguing her... Read more

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New feminism expert becomes weekly contributor on ‘Catholic Connection’

Jan 19, 2006

Ethicist and moral theologian Pia de Solenni will be a weekly guest on Catholic Connection with Teresa Tomeo, a syndicated... Read more

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Homosexual group seeks to disrupt White House Easter egg hunt

Jan 19, 2006

The organization Soulforce, which claims to be Christian but attacks Catholic and Protestant associations, is preparing a media campaign to... Read more

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Supreme Court affirms parents’ right to protect daughters from abortion health risks

Jan 18, 2006

The Supreme Court’s key decision yesterday in Ayotte v. Planned Parenthood of Northern New England overruled a lower court's attempt... Read more

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Fr. Richard McBrien named in ‘apparent plagiarism’

Jan 18, 2006

University of Notre Dame officials have been alerted to a case of “apparent plagiarism” that involves one of its well-known... Read more

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Plaintiffs withdraw suit against federal funding for church preservation

Jan 18, 2006

Anonymous plaintiffs dropped their December 2004 lawsuit, which sought to stop the federal government from funding the preservation of California’s... Read more

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Schiavo's family to be honored at March for Life

Jan 18, 2006

The annual March for Life will mark the 33rd anniversary of the U.S. Supreme Court decision to legalize abortion. The... Read more

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European parliament to punish countries that do not approve homosexual “marriage”

Jan 18, 2006

The EU Justice Affairs commissioner Franco Frattini announced this week at the EU Parliament in Strasburg that member states that... Read more

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University students prepare to stand up for life

Jan 18, 2006

On Monday, some 500 university students from Steubenville, Ohio, will board a line of charter busses bound for the nation’s... Read more

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Supreme Court decides in favor of Oregon’s assisted suicide law

Jan 17, 2006

Yesterday, the U.S. Supreme Court ruled that the U.S. Attorney General does not have the authority to halt Oregon doctors... Read more

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Archdiocese criticizes bishop’s stance on sex abuse

Jan 17, 2006

Officials of the Archdiocese of Detroit have criticized an auxiliary bishop for supporting a statute of limitations that would give... Read more

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Episcopalian bishop removes priest for stance against gay bishop

Jan 17, 2006

An Episcopalian priest was removed from his duties because he disagreed with the consecration of the church’s first openly gay... Read more

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Popular Catholic author, artist, to receive Biblical School honor

Jan 17, 2006

On February 3rd, popular Canadian Catholic author and artist, Michael O’Brien will be honored by the Denver Catholic Biblical School... Read more

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Despite loss at polls, ballot measure raised awareness about abortion industry

Jan 16, 2006

The educational campaign leading up the vote on Proposition 73, California’s parental notification initiative, has had many positive results despite... Read more

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Reclaiming college culture, 1200 students attend weekend FOCUS conferences

Jan 16, 2006

On Saturday evening, most of Denver, Colorado was enthralled by the Denver Broncos football team and their impressive playoff toppling... Read more

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Bishop Loverde honors Dr. King, calls for more African American priests

Jan 16, 2006

Yesterday, as Americans celebrated what would have been the 77th birthday of civil rights leader, Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.,... Read more

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Bishop apologizes for ‘failings’ re priest who likely murdered two

Jan 16, 2006

Bishop Raphael Fliss of Superior apologized Sunday for the way he handled the situation involving a local priest, who a... Read more

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Group launches national campaign to include ex-gay resources in sex-ed curricula

Jan 15, 2006

A nonprofit group that is working to impact the national debate on homosexuality—by letting everyone know that no one is... Read more