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Death camp prayers

OSWIECIM, Poland (CNS): German-born Pope Benedict XVI stood in silence on the site of the Nazis' former Auschwitz death camp...

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Reforms threaten religious orders

VATICAN CITY (CNS): Reforms undertaken by religious orders aimed at ensuring deeper fidelity to the Gospel, to the Church and to the poor are threatened by too many adaptations to a modern, materialistic culture, Pope Benedict XVI said...

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Pope gives Australia praise

VATICAN CITY (CNS): Pope Benedict XVI has praised Australia's contributions to peacemaking and to development and disaster relief around the world, especially in the Asia Pacific region...

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John Paul II shooting remembered

VATICAN CITY (CNS): The Vatican has observed the 25th anniversary of the shooting of Pope John Paul II with a Marian pilgrimage and the laying of a marble marker at the place he was shot...

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Code’s contempt for Church

ROME (CNS): Cardinal George Pell of Sydney and three Vatican cardinals have weighed in on The Da Vinci Code, saying the bestselling novel shows contempt for Christianity and ignorance of the Catholic Church...

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Row over China ordinations

VATICAN CITY (CNS): The ordination of two Chinese bishops without papal approval seriously wounds the unity of the Church, and the pressure put on bishops and priests to participate is a violation of religious freedom, the Vatican said...

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Tribute to the Swiss Guard

VATICAN CITY (CNS): Half a millennium since it was founded by Pope Julius II, the Swiss Guard, whose members pledge to risk their lives for the safety of the Pope, is still an invaluable asset to the Vatican, Pope Benedict XVI said...

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