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Judge orders Church documents be made public in sex-abuse case

Oct 13, 2004

The files of Catholic priests, accused of sexual abuse, should be made public, a California judge said in a tentative... Read more

CNA

New Catholic University holds inaugural gala

Oct 13, 2004

New Catholic University (NCU) held its inaugural gala Sept. 25 at the Hyatt Regency La Jolla. Read more

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Beatification process moving forward for German bishop who opposed Nazis

Oct 13, 2004

The cause for beatification of Cardinal Clemens August von Galen, Bishop of Muenster during World War II and the Nazi... Read more

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Pro-life groups call for end to “abortion tourism” in wake of British investigative report

Oct 13, 2004

In the wake of an investigative report by the UK’s The Sunday Telegraph uncovering illegal late-term abortions obtained by British... Read more

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Morning after pill does not reduce abortions in general, and increases abortions among teenagers

Oct 13, 2004

The head of the Department of Biopathology at La Fe Hospital in Valencia, Spain, Dr. Justo Aznar Lucea, reaffirmed this... Read more

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Papal Mass on October 17 to inaugurate Year of the Eucharist

Oct 12, 2004

Pope John Paul II will inaugurate the Year of the Eucharist with the celebration of a Mass t 5:30 p.m.... Read more

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U.S. bishops begin review of sex-abuse charter

Oct 12, 2004

In a letter sent to the Catholic bishops of the United States last week, Archbishop Harry J. Flynn of St.... Read more

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Men are created for holiness, Pope says

Oct 12, 2004

Pope John Paul II affirmed that human beings are chosen, in the “eternal divine design” to be “holy and blameless... Read more

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There is no ethics without full respect for human person, Vatican says at UNESCO summit

Oct 12, 2004

Msgr. Francesco Follo, Holy See permanent observer to the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization on the occasion of... Read more

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Catholic University accepts NAACP chapter under condition of not promoting abortion

Oct 12, 2004

The president of Catholic University said yesterday that he will allow students to form a chapter of the NAACP on... Read more

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Chief Justice, FRC glad the Supreme Court will review case on Ten Commandments

Oct 12, 2004

The United States Supreme Court announced yesterday that it would review previous court decisions from Kentucky and Texas over public... Read more

CNA

American Life League honors Cardinal Rivera in Mexico

Oct 12, 2004

The largest pro-life organization in the United States honored Norberto Cardinal Rivera Carrera today with the Guardian of Truth Award... Read more

CNA

1000 British women per year obtain illegal abortions in Barcelona

Oct 12, 2004

Workers from the private clinic Ginemedex in Barcelona, Spain, acknowledged this week that the facility carries out illegal abortions, including... Read more

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EU’s leaders reaffirm confidence in Catholic Italian politician

Oct 12, 2004

Incoming European Commission President Jose Manuel Barroso reasserted his confidence in his entire team of designated commissioners on Tuesday after... Read more

CNA

Urgency of sex-ed is a myth, says Argentinean organization

Oct 12, 2004

The Argentinean Foundation for Woman (AFW) has released a statement it sent to the Buenos Aires legislature regarding a bill... Read more

CNA

Teens get morning-after pill free in France

Oct 12, 2004

For the last three years, the morning-after pill has been distributed to French women without a prescription and to minors... Read more

CNA

Dialogue with culture requires reaffirmation of Catholic identity

Oct 12, 2004

In an interview with CNA during his recent his visit to Brazil, Cardinal Paul Poupard, President of the Pontifical Council... Read more

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Cardinal Sin remains hospitalized after suffering heart attack

Oct 12, 2004

Cardinal Jaime Sin, Archbishop Emeritus of Manila and one of the most important figures in the country, was taken to... Read more

NYT report on Archbishop Chaput slanted and misleading, transcript shows

Oct 12, 2004

An October 12 New York Times story featuring an interview with Denver Archbishop Charles Chaput that presents the archbishop as... Read more