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Family Christmas

VATICAN CITY (CNS): Pope John Paul II said he hoped this year's Christmas celebrations would highlight the importance of the family in modern society...

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Boston considers bankruptcy

BOSTON (CNS): Boston archdiocese in the United States is considering filing for bankruptcy in the face of about 450 lawsuits for alleged sexual abuse of minors by its priests...

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Church ‘threat’ to Russia

MOSCOW (CNS): Among the 69 religious groups working in Russia, the Roman Catholic Church poses the most serious threat to national security, according to a Moscow newspaper's published excerpts of an internal government report...

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Bishop Belo quits after health scare

VATICAN CITY (CNS): Bishop Carlos Belo, who has been the spiritual guide of East Timor's successful struggle for independence, has resigned as apostolic administrator of Dili diocese for health reasons...

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Ordination of gays ‘risky’

VATICAN CITY (CNS): A Vatican congregation, in response to a query by a bishop, said men who are homosexuals or have homosexual tendencies should not be ordained priests...

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Cardinal target

LONDON (CNS): Cardinal Cormac Murphy-O'Connor of Westminster has rejected media allegations that he turned a blind eye to paedophile priests in his previous Diocese of Arundel and Brighton...

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Religious needed in Church schools

VATICAN CITY (CNS): Citing a steep decline in the number of men and women religious who work in schools, the Vatican has issued a new document highlighting the 'irreplaceable' role of consecrated people in education and encouraging them to persevere...

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Back from cold

VATICAN CITY (CNS): Zambian Archbishop Emmanuel Milingo resumed his public ministry on Thursday, November 21, ending more than a year of penitential isolation following his return to the Church...

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US urged to step back from brink

WASHINGTON (CNS): US bishops have urged the United States to 'step back from the brink of war', saying they 'find it difficult to justify the resort to war against Iraq...

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