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Sister’s life changed by work in PNG

Papua New Guinea was an unknown frontier for Sr Mary Claude when she was sent there by her religious congregation 20 years ago. She tells STEPHANIE THOMAS how the experience has changed her life.

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Gentle side to liturgical issues

Nigerian Cardinal Francis Arinze, who heads the Congregation for Divine Worship and Sacraments, talks with Vatican correspondent JOHN THAVIS about some of the major liturgical issues facing the Church.

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Nun’s healing linked to JP II

ROME (CNS): The Polish priest charged with shepherding Pope John Paul II's sainthood cause said he believes the healing of a French nun suffering from Parkinson's disease could be the miracle needed for the pope's beatification...

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World youth day site in green row

COLOGNE, Germany (CNS): World Youth Day organisers are backing off a commitment to remove the artificial mound where Pope Benedict XVI celebrated Mass at World Youth Day in Cologne, Germany last August, saying they would like the site to become a memorial...

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Homing instinct

VATICAN CITY (CNS): Pope Benedict XVI appealed for greater efforts to end economic injustice in the world and released two white doves from his apartment window as a symbol of peace...

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Pope’s plea to marriage tribunals

VATICAN CITY (CNS): For the good of individuals and the Catholic Church as a whole, marriage tribunals must act as quickly as possible while fully following Church law, Pope Benedict XVI said...

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