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A sign of life and hope

The opening of the John Paul II Centre for Family and Life is the start of an exciting new era for Brisbane archdiocese. PAUL DOBBYN reports on the work of the centre and its aims.

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Stem cell breakthrough

WASHINGTON (CNS): Scientists, ethicists and Church leaders hailed as a breakthrough two studies showing that human skin cells can be re-programmed to work as effectively as embryonic stem cells, thus negating the need to destroy embryos in the name of science...

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Cardinal praises JPII as saint

BARCELONA (Zenit): Cardinal Stanislaw Dziwisz said working with Pope John Paul II was a tremendous grace, because the Pontiff lived like a saint...

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Inhumane trade

Women religious from around the world gathered in Rome recently to talk about their experiences working among prostitutes and the victims of human trafficking. Catholic News Service correspondent VICTOR GAETAN reports.

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Saudi king in friendly talks

VATICAN CITY (CNS): Inter-religious dialogue, peace in the Middle East and the life of Christians living in Saudi Arabia were on the agenda when Pope Benedict XVI met King Abdullah Aziz of Saudi Arabia...

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Embryo origins in projects discussion

VATICAN CITY (CNS): A better scientific understanding of the origin and development of the human embryo can help answer many of today's hot-button bioethical issues, participants in a Vatican-sponsored project said...

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Surprises on abortion issue

Priest and academic Fr John Fleming has co-edited a new book that he hopes will shed new light on the abortion debate in Australia and lead to better resolutions between protagonists on both sides...

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