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Exorcism ministry established to deal with demonic possessions in Mexico

Mar 8, 2004

In the face of increasing numbers of demonic possessions, the Diocese of Querétaro, Mexico, has created an Exorcism Ministry, headed... Read more

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Archdiocese of Lima proposes spiritual preparation before seeing “The Passion”

Mar 8, 2004

The Archdiocese of Lima is encouraging the faithful to see “The Passion of the Christ,” which will premier in that... Read more

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Mary Ann Glendon is appointed President of the Pontifical Academy of Social Sciences

Mar 8, 2004

The Pope John Paul II appointed American professor Mary Ann Glendon as the new president of the Pontifical Academy of... Read more

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Four new appointed Bishops for United States

Mar 8, 2004

The Holy Father appointed Bishop Robert Joseph McManus, auxiliary of the diocese of Providence, as bishop of Worcester, Msgr. Robert... Read more

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Documents reveal Roe v. Wade nearly overturned in 1992

Mar 8, 2004

Recently found documents reveal that Roe v. Wade was nearly overturned by the United States Supreme Court in 1992, reported... Read more

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"Apostolorum Successores": New directory for Bishops

Mar 8, 2004

The Congregation for Bishops has just published "Apostolorum successores," A Directory for the Pastoral Ministry of Bishops, in answer to... Read more

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Boston to close churches, schools to deal with deficit

Mar 7, 2004

The Archdiocese of Boston may close as many as 75 of its 357 parishes in order to cope with a... Read more

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Portuguese Parliament rejects decriminalization of abortion

Mar 7, 2004

With the support of thousands of Portuguese citizens who signed petitions in support of the right to life of the... Read more

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Possible papal trip to Switzerland announced

Mar 7, 2004

The Bishops Conference of Switzerland has announced the possibility of a visit by John Paul II to the country to... Read more

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“Passion” premier in Latin America moved up

Mar 7, 2004

20th Century Fox has decided to move up the premier of “The Passion of the Christ” in Latin America due... Read more

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Newspaper’s ban of “pro-life” causes mix-up

Mar 7, 2004

The Los Angeles Times’ policy to ban the phrase “pro-life” created some confusion last month when music critic Mark Swed... Read more

'Passion' still first at box office in its second weekend

Mar 7, 2004

“The Passion of The Christ” remained the top draw at the North American box office this past weekend, grossing about... Read more

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Pro-life group seeks to stop spread of abortion pill in Mexico

Mar 4, 2004

A leading Mexican pro-life group, supported by bishops and lawmakers, has asked for a court injunction against the government’s new... Read more

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Bishops condemn violence and call Venezuelans to “reflection and peace” during crisis

Mar 4, 2004

The Bishops Conference of Venezuela is calling for an immediate end to the outbreak of violence in the last several... Read more

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Judge rules against removal of anti-Catholic statue on university campus

Mar 4, 2004

A federal judge in Kansas has ruled that Washburn University did not violate the constitution by prominently displaying a sculpture... Read more

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Annan supports of abortion advocates, raises questions of objectivity: C-FAM

Mar 4, 2004

The UN Secretary General called an international coalition that advocates abortion on demand for women and girls a “shining example”,... Read more

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Forgiveness, strength in 'The Passion' essential to deal with crisis, says bishop

Mar 4, 2004

Forgiveness and strength, as demonstrated by Jesus and Mary in Mel Gibson’s film, “The Passion of the Christ”, are necessary... Read more

Pontifical University announces conference on “The Passion of the Christ” at the Vatican

Mar 4, 2004

Bishop Piero Coda, consulter of the Pontifical Council for Interreligious Dialogue and professor at the Lateran University, announced that the... Read more

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Bishops of Costa Rica say information about treaty with United States should not be politicized

Mar 3, 2004

The Bishops of Costa Rica called on supporters and critics of the free trade agreement between that country and the... Read more

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O'Malley draws flock of hundreds at church

Mar 3, 2004

Archbishop Sean P. O'Malley of Boston celebrated a mass of reconciliation at St. Mary’s church last weekend. The parish, which... Read more