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Pro-lifers organize Valentine’s Day rally in Spain

Feb 2, 2004

A Spanish doctor and the Movement for Life are organizing a peaceful rally called, “Fall in Love with Life,” which... Read more

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Mexican diocese explains abortifacient nature of “morning after pill”

Feb 2, 2004

Speaking to reporters, Father Mariano Villalobos, coordinator of the Diocesan Billings Center of the Diocese of Durango, affirmed that “the... Read more

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Diocesan campaign shows strength, faith in local church

Feb 2, 2004

In a show of remarkable support in the wake of a clergy sexual-abuse scandal, more than 20,000 donations poured in... Read more

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New evidence shows Pope Pius XII acted to protect Jews in wartime Italy

Feb 2, 2004

Fr. Aldo Brunacci, lauded for his efforts on behalf of at least 250 Jews, credited Pope Pius XII for the... Read more

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Archbishop Burke would refuse Kerry Communion

Feb 2, 2004

Archbishop Raymond Burke of St. Louis would refuse to give the leading Democratic presidential candidate the Eucharist because of the... Read more

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Traditionalist leader says dialogue with the Vatican “at a stand still”

Feb 2, 2004

During a press conference which took place at a hotel near the Vatican, Bishop Bernard Fellay, leader of the traditionalist... Read more

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Vatican website becomes main outlet of information on Pope, Holy See

Feb 2, 2004

According to a report released by the Vatican Press Office, the Vatican website www.vatican.va has become the main outlet “for... Read more

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Pontifical Yearbook: Half of world’s Catholics live on the American continent

Feb 2, 2004

Cardinal Angelo Sodano, Secretary of State, and Archbishop Leonardi Sandri, Substitute for General Affairs, presented to Pope John Paul II... Read more

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Pope calls on religious to renew “yes” to God daily

Feb 2, 2004

Pope John Paul presided on Monday, feast of the Presentation of the Lord, the VIII Day of Consecrated Life, during... Read more

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Bishops ask Guatemalans for commitment to faith and to life

Feb 1, 2004

At the conclusion of their General Assembly, the Guatemalan Bishops Conference asked the country’s Catholics to commit themselves to putting... Read more

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“Pro-Life” demands Supreme Court remove abortifacients from family planning programs in Mexico

Feb 1, 2004

The director of the Mexican organization “Pro-Life,” Rocío Gálvez de Lara, has submitted a formal petition to the Supreme Court... Read more

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Canadian Supreme Court to rule if Catholic Church is suable

Feb 1, 2004

The Supreme Court of Canada reserved its decision in a case that has the Canadian government and victims' lawyers arguing... Read more

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Rosary hits airwaves in the Bible belt

Feb 1, 2004

A special on the rosary will hit the airwaves in South Carolina this month thanks to the state’s only Catholic... Read more

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Bishop Gomez blesses dormitory for Hispanic Americans in Mexico City

Feb 1, 2004

Auxiliary Bishop José Gomez of Denver traveled to Mexico City early last month to bless a new dormitory at a... Read more

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Pope’s asks prayers for peaceful coexistence in the Holy Land

Feb 1, 2004

The Holy Father’s general prayer intention for February is: “For peaceful coexistence among Christians, Jews and Muslims in the Holy... Read more

Pope encourages pro-lifers to keep fighting against abortion

Feb 1, 2004

During the Angelus prayer last Sunday, Pope John Paul strongly encouraged pro-lifers to keep supporting family life and fighting against... Read more

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500 years later Queen Isabel continues to be an example of faith for Spain, Archbishop says

Jan 29, 2004

Referring to the 500th anniversary of the death of Queen Isabel, Archbishop Antonio Cañizares of Toledo, Spain, said the monarch... Read more

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Mexican bishops “will not let their guard down” concerning abortion pill

Jan 29, 2004

The Mexican Bishops Conference will continue to inform the faithful about the abortifacient effects of the morning after pill despite... Read more

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Europe needs Christian values in spite of crisis, says Archbishop

Jan 29, 2004

Archbishop Julián Barrio of Santiago de Compostela, Spain, says European unity should be established upon the values that have historically... Read more

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Poll: Women say abortion makes life worse

Jan 29, 2004

Only 16 percent of all of the women polled for a new national survey believe abortion makes women's lives better,... Read more