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“Icon for immigrants” given a home in parish church known as haven for immigrants

Dec 8, 2004

A life-sized statue of Christ found floating in the Rio Grande last year has been donated to Our Lady of... Read more

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HLI urges Bush administration to rescind population-control policy

Dec 8, 2004

An international pro-life organization called upon the United States government to revoke its radical population-control policy at a press conference... Read more

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Vandals target Jesus statue

Dec 8, 2004

A Catholic church in Delaware was vandalized Dec. 6, for the third time in recent weeks. This time, a bronze... Read more

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Sister celebrates 100th birthday with joy

Dec 8, 2004

Sr. Mary Martin dePorres McKenna’s 100 years witness to a life of faith, joy and service. Read more

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Christian opposition leader threatened for helping family members of political prisoners in Cuba

Dec 8, 2004

The Cubanet news agency denounced the Cuban government this week for threatening a leading Cuban dissident for attempting to help... Read more

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“Doctors for Life” organize march against abortion in Spain

Dec 8, 2004

The association Doctors for Life, a group of mainly doctors and medical students from the Autonomous University of Madrid, has... Read more

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Thousands attend Mass of reparation in Argentina

Dec 8, 2004

Thousands of Catholics in Argentina gathered on the feast of the Immaculate Conception to take part in a Mass at... Read more

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Catholic musicians invited to participate in international Marian concert

Dec 8, 2004

The 6th International Festival of Christian Music, “The World Sings to Mary,” organized by Radio Kolbe SAT of Schio, Italy,... Read more

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College Students Reach Out to Community For World Aids Day

Dec 8, 2004

Ranked last year by the Princeton Review as the number one party school in the nation, and still reeling from... Read more

Pope marks 150th anniversary of Immaculate Conception Consecrating the Church to Mary

Dec 7, 2004

Appearing in a good form on Wednesday, Pope John Paul presided over the 150th Anniversary of the Immaculate Conception and... Read more

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Pope condemns attacks on churches in Iraq

Dec 7, 2004

Pope John Paul condemned on Wednesday the bombing of two churches in Iraq, the latest in a series of attacks... Read more

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Christmas considered controversial despite majority population, notes Catholic League

Dec 7, 2004

Catholic League president William Donohue commended four major department stores in New York for wishing their Jewish patrons Happy Chanukah,... Read more

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Preservation of cross at Mount Soledad depends on president

Dec 7, 2004

Two local congressmen have intervened in the 15-year battle to save the cross atop Mount Soledad in La Jolla, Ca.... Read more

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Ohio Catholic wife takes marriage case to Vatican tribunal to prevent ‘no fault’ divorce

Dec 7, 2004

An Ohio woman is waiting to hear from the Catholic Church’s international tribunal in Rome whether her husband has a... Read more

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Pope mockumentary wins top ticket at Canadian film fest

Dec 7, 2004

A mock documentary about a Jewish man who tries to meet Pope John Paul II while dressed as the devil,... Read more

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Boston College considers merger with Weston

Dec 7, 2004

Boston College and the Weston Jesuit School of Theology are discussing a merger, reported the Associated Press. Read more

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Jesuit magazine says elections results in US refute the idea of “two Americas”

Dec 7, 2004

The influential Jesuit magazine “La Civilitá Cattolica,” whose content is reviewed by the Vatican Secretary of State, has published an... Read more

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Church needs “radical commitment to the Gospels” of the new movements, Vatican official says

Dec 7, 2004

Archbishop Estanislaw Rylko, President of the Pontifical Council for the Laity, said this week during the II Assembly of the... Read more

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“Anglicanism is on the verge of implosion,” says Anglican bishop

Dec 7, 2004

The Anglican Archbishop of York, David Hope, told the newspaper “The Telegraph” on Sunday that because of the ordination of... Read more

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Young people in Lima promise to live in chastity

Dec 7, 2004

On the occasion of the 150th anniversary of the proclamation of the Dogma of the Immaculate Conception, 100 young people... Read more