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Jesuits pledge papal loyalty

VATICAN CITY (CNS): Pope Benedict XVI asked the Jesuits to continue to be pioneers in dialogue, theological research and work for justice, but insisted that they also must make clear their faith and their acceptance of the teachings of the Catholic Church...

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Plans to rekindle Cuban dialogue

VATICAN CITY (CNS): On the eve of his visit to Cuba, a leading Vatican official said he hoped to establish a new level of Church-state relations in the Caribbean nation...

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Mary helps lead us to Jesus

LOURDES, France (CNS): Mary did not seek devotion from St Bernadette Soubirous and Catholics but instead sought devotion to Jesus and the Eucharist, Bishop Jacques Perrier of Tarbes and Lourdes said...

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Sainthood process to begin for Fatima seer

COIMBRA, Portugal (CNS): Pope Benedict XVI has lifted the five-year waiting period to start the canonisation process for Carmelite Sister Lucia dos Santos, one of the three children who saw Our Lady of Fatima in 1917...

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A day to remember the forgotten

On the day Prime Minister Kevin Rudd made a Parliamentary apology to indigenous Australians for the Stolen Generations, reporter PAUL DOBBYN attended a breakfast organised by Brisbane archdiocese's Catholic Justice and Peace Commission and Murri Ministry to coincide with the telecast of the event. He reflects on the experience...

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Dignity of women on the agenda

JOHOR BAHRU, Malaysia (Zenit): South East Asian dioceses and parishes need to focus on promoting the dignity of women, an Indonesian bishop said...

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