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Pope praises progress of African churches, urges all society to help overcome problems in Africa

Jun 15, 2004

The Pope stressed the tragic injustice of the problems facing the African continent and praised the development of the African... Read more

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Pope: Christ is our peace and our deliverer from evil

Jun 15, 2004

In this morning’s general audience in St. Peter’s Square, the Holy Father taught that the message of Psalm 45, “God,... Read more

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One step closer to a vote on U.S. Federal Marriage Amendment

Jun 15, 2004

The Senate Republican leadership is aiming for a mid-July vote on the Federal Marriage Amendment – a constitutional amendment that... Read more

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U.S. bishops approve national on-site audit at spring retreat

Jun 15, 2004

At their spring meeting yesterday, the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops voted 207-14 in favor of a national on-site... Read more

Communion at the center of Bishops’ meeting

Jun 14, 2004

While US Bishops were getting ready to discuss this afternoon at the Inverness hotel in Denver a common stand on... Read more

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Mankind and society have a need for God, Archbishop tells Bolivians

Jun 14, 2004

During the celebration of Corpus Christi in Bolivia, Archbishop Edmundo Abastoflor of La Paz told President Carlos Mesa, local leaders... Read more

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Archbishops says Venezuelan Catholics should consider themselves “privileged” for having faith

Jun 14, 2004

Archbishop Jorge Urosa of Valencia, Venezuela, told Catholics this past weekend they should value their faith and consider themselves “privileged”... Read more

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To disregard God is suicide for man, says Spanish Archbishop

Jun 14, 2004

During the celebration of Corpus Christi, Archbishop Carlos Osoro of Oviedo said that to disregard God is suicide for mankind... Read more

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Irish singing raises funds for Catholic charity in Fiji

Jun 14, 2004

The ING National Capital Marathon had a unique participant this year. Patrick McLaughlin, a resident of the Greater Montreal area,... Read more

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Pope makes massive changes in Barcelona, appoints new bishops

Jun 14, 2004

Today the Holy Father erected two new dioceses in Cataluña, Spain, from the territory taken from the archdiocese of Barcelona,... Read more

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Facts of the Inquistion must be known in order to correct “false images,” says Pope

Jun 14, 2004

A volume entitled “The Inquisition,” based on the Symposium on the subject that took place in the Vatican in 1998... Read more

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Vatican holds consultation on “New Age”

Jun 14, 2004

The “New Age” is the topic of a three day consultation at the Vatican that bagan yesterday as a follow-up... Read more

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Bush rejects calls on stem-cell research

Jun 14, 2004

President George W. Bush rejected calls yesterday from Ronald Reagan's family and others to relax restrictions on stem-cell research in... Read more

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American Life League wants USCCB to rule about Communion and pro-abortion politicians

Jun 13, 2004

American Life League (ALL) announced today in Denver that the organization will hold a press conference tomorrow, June 15, at... Read more

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US bishops to discuss Charter, Catholics in public life, Plenary Council

Jun 13, 2004

More than 250 U.S. bishops arrived during the weekend in Denver for the USCCB spring retreat at the Inverness Hotel... Read more

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“Under God” stays on Pledge of Allegiance, Supreme Court rules

Jun 13, 2004

A constitutional challenge to the phrase “under God” in the Pledge of Allegiance that is recited every day by U.S.... Read more

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John Paul II entrusts Eucharistic year to Mary on Solemnity of Corpus Christi

Jun 13, 2004

The Holy Father entrusted the Year of the Eucharist to Mary at the Sunday Angelus during his reflections on the... Read more

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Media must advocate truth, justice, freedom, and a “superabundance of love”

Jun 13, 2004

The media must not be used to communicate narrow interests but rather serve truth and peace, said Archbishop John P.... Read more

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Christians cannot be absent from the new Europe, says Archbishop of Toledo

Jun 13, 2004

Addressing the thousands of faithful gathered for the Corpus Christi procession, Archbishop Antonio Cañizares Lovera of Toledo, Spain, called for... Read more

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Bishop denounces marginalization of Christian professionals in Spanish media

Jun 13, 2004

Bishop Ramon Echarren of the Canary Islands is denouncing the marginalization of Christian professionals in some communications media “for the... Read more