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‘PAPAL ORDER’ ON BAPTISED JEWISH YOUTH

ROME (CNS): A 1946 instruction, apparently approved by Pope Pius XII, said Jewish children who had been baptised to save them from the Nazis were to be entrusted only to families or institutions that would guarantee their continuing education in the faith...

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POPE PRAYS FOR TSUNAMI VICTIMS

VATICAN CITY (CNS): Pope John Paul II ushered in the New Year with prayers for the families and victims of the December 26 earthquake and tsunami that swept through parts of southern Asia and Africa...

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War cannot bring peace

VATICAN CITY (CNS): Continuing tension and bloodshed in Iraq, the Holy Land and Africa are proof that war and retaliation cannot bring peace, Pope John Paul II says in his message for World Peace Day 2005...

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Vandal attack on controversial wax Nativity

LONDON (CNS): A British wax exhibit that featured soccer star David Beckham as St Joseph and Beckman's wife, former Spice Girls singer Victoria Adams, as Mary, was closed after a vandal attacked it...

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Protect the rights of Christians first

VATICAN CITY (CNS): Fighting discrimination against Jews and Muslims must not come at the expense of protecting the rights of Christians, a top Vatican official told European foreign ministers...

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Faithful to the end

LONDON (CNS): Margaret Hassan, the aid worker kidnapped and killed in Iraq, remained a Catholic throughout her life and never converted to Islam as was widely reported, the Archdiocese of Westminster, Cardinal Cormac Murphy-O'Connor, said in a statement...

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Call to abide by Church teachings

VATICAN CITY (CNS): Pope John Paul II has told US bishops they need to remind lay Catholics of their duty to follow authoritative Church teachings, whether in private life or in social roles...

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