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Caring from ‘womb to tomb’

Changes in modern family lifestyles and rapid population growth in south-east Queensland has opened up fresh fields for the Church's pastoral outreach...

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Poverty needs global response: Cardinal

VATICAN CITY (CNS): Poverty, particularly the growing gap between the world's rich and poor, is one of the most dramatic situations the world is facing and requires a response by Christians as well as by governments, Cardinal Renato Martino said...

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Indian violence condemned

VATICAN CITY (CNS): Pope Benedict XVI condemned the assassination of a Hindu leader in India and the anti-Christian violence unleashed after his murder even though Maoist rebels reportedly claimed responsibility for the killing...

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Tensions worry Pope Benedict

VATICAN CITY (CNS): Exaggerated nationalism that unleashes bloodshed and Cold War attitudes of suspicion must be a thing of the past, Pope Benedict XVI said...

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Hope for Beijing papal visit

ROME (CNS): The bishop of Beijing said he hopes Pope Benedict XVI will visit China in view of the country's improved relations with the Vatican...

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WYD a ‘joyous’ event: Pope

BRESSANONE, Italy (CNS): Pope Benedict XVI highlighted the "authentic joy" experienced by World Youth Day participants and said it stood in stark contrast to the drug-fuelled escapism affecting many young people today...

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Dialogue obstacles on Lambeth agenda

VATICAN CITY (CNS): The Anglican Communion's Lambeth Conference began a process for addressing issues that divide Anglicans and pose challenges for dialogue with the Roman Catholic Church, a Vatican official said...

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