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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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Call for hold on contentious matters

CANTERBURY, England (CNS): The spiritual head of the worldwide Anglican Communion called for moratoriums on the blessing of same-sex unions, the ordination of openly gay people and naming bishops for disgruntled Anglicans in other Church jurisdictions...

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Pope invited to Damascus

VATICAN CITY (CNS): The grand mufti of Syria Ahmad Bader Hassoun has invited Pope Benedict XVI to Damascus to celebrate the year of St Paul, the apostle converted on the road to Damascus...

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Praying for a faith communion

VATICAN CITY (CNS): The Anglican Communion needs to find a way to affirm the dignity of all people and encourage the active role of women in the Church while remaining faithful to the Christian tradition and Scriptures, Cardinal Walter Kasper said...

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