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VATICAN CITY (CNS): A Jesuit historian involved in Pope Pius XII's cause for beatification said the Vatican had nothing to hide in its archives regarding the pope's conduct during World War II...

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Visit to Pope Ends Threat of Ecommunication

VATICAN CITY (CNS): The Vatican has suspended a threat to excommunicate Zambian Archbishop Emmanuel Milingo after he met with Pope John Paul II and a Vatican doctrinal official who had ordered him to leave his wife and the Rev Sun Myung Moon's sect...

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Clone Ban Victory

WASHINGTON (CNS): A leading US cardinal has hailed as an important advance for humanity the country's House of Representatives vote on July 31 to ban all cloning of human embryos in the United States...

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Pope’s Plea to Help Refugees

CASTEL GANDOLFO, Italy (CNS): People should not be forced to flee their homeland, but if they do leave, other nations must offer them shelter and protection, Pope John Paul II said...

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Ruling on Deacons

VATICAN CITY (CNS): The Vatican said a mass ordination of more than 100 indigenous permanent deacons by the former head of a southern Mexican diocese was valid, despite doctrinal ambiguities and liturgical irregularities...

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Secret Archives Block Scholars

VATICAN CITY (CNS): Catholic and Jewish scholars appointed to study World War II archival material published by the Vatican have suspended their work because of lack of access to some documents...

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Papal Plea to Bush: Defend Human Life

CASTEL GANDOLFO, Italy (CNS): Pope John Paul II has asked President George W. Bush to oppose research on stem cells from embryos, as the US leader deliberated over releasing federal funds for the practice.

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Mormon Baptism Ruled Not Valid

VATICAN CITY (CNS): The baptism conferred by the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints cannot be considered a valid Christian baptism, said the Vatican's doctrinal congregation...

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Missionary Backs China Olympics

VATICAN CITY (CNS): The director of the Vatican's missionary news agency, Fides, has supported China's successful bid to host the 2008 Olympic Games despite its poor human rights record, adding that the Sydney Olympics were awarded to a country guilty of marginalising millions of Aborigines...

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