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Papal reminder about Confession

VATICAN CITY (CNS): Catholics must remember that they may not receive Communion if they have committed a serious sin and have not gone to Confession, Pope John Paul II said...

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Ethical insight of religious leaders

NEW YORK (CNS): Religious leaders have a distinctive role in appealing to the conscience of world leaders that there be an ethical approach to development issues, Archbishop Diarmuid Martin of Dublin, Ireland, said in a lecture at the United Nations on March 3...

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Sister at frontline of AIDS battle

Transforming people's attitudes to AIDS in Central America, through prevention programs and ministry, is a full-time mission for Maryknoll Sister Mary Annel. She spoke to reporter PETER BUGDEN during a visit to Brisbane:.

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Pope needs to ‘curb schedule’

ROME (CNS): Following a tracheotomy to alleviate breathing problems, Pope John Paul II may have to reduce his public appearances, rely more heavily on non-verbal communication and live in as sterile an environment as possible, said a neurological expert in Rome...

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Living the Gospel on death row

Sr Helen Prejean, whose efforts to end the death penalty in the United States were made famous through the book and movie Dead Man Walking, is still fighting for justice on death row. PETER BUGDEN reports :.

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More secrets claim dismissed

ROME (CNS): The man who shot Pope John Paul II in 1981, jailed Turkish terrorist Mehmet Ali Agca, has called on the Vatican to reveal what he claims are undisclosed elements of the secret of Fatima...

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Commitment to papacy reinforced

VATICAN CITY (CNS): For the first time since his hospitalisation on February 1, Pope John Paul II delivered his regular Sunday talk to pilgrims and reinforced his commitment to the papal ministry...

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