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Internet and Digital Divide

VATICAN CITY (CNS): Two new Vatican documents on the Internet point out areas of ethical and social concern but take an overall positive approach, said the president of the Pontifical Council for Social Communications...

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Archives on Pius XII to be Opened

VATICAN CITY (CNS): The Vatican has announced it will open ahead of schedule part of its 20th century archives, including new documents on Vatican-German relations and Pope Pius XII's efforts to help prisoners during World War II...

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Mother Teresa’s Political Legacy

ROME (CNS): While Mother Teresa of Calcutta consciously avoided any involvement in politics, her life and work had and continue to have political implications, said participants in a Rome conference...

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No Blessing In Disguise

VATICAN CITY (CNS): Catholics must not accept the argument that a scarcity of priests is a blessing in disguise because it increases the involvement of lay people in the Church, Pope John Paul II said...

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Number of Priests on Increase

VATICAN CITY (CNS): The number of seminarians worldwide has grown by 73 per cent under Pope John Paul II's pontificate, with the greatest increase in Africa and Asia, the Vatican said...

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Suffering and Holiness

VATICAN CITY (CNS): Pope John Paul II said sickness offers Christians the opportunity to show the world that the value of human life endures even in times of difficulty...

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Not For Sale

VATICAN CITY (CNS): The Vatican has denied a report that Pope Paul VI wanted to sell the Pieta, the famous sculpture by Michelangelo, and give the proceeds to the world's poor...

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