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Papal Visit Still to Go Ahead

CASTEL GANDOLFO, Italy (CNS): Pope John Paul II said he hoped his visit to Kazakstan and Armenia, beginning this weekend, would strengthen ecumenical dialogue and interreligious ties...

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Culture Change

MANCHESTER, England (CNS): Cardinal Cormac Murphy-O'Connor of Westminster has called for a change of culture in the English and Welsh Church, urging Catholics to do more to be an 'evangelising community'...

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Mother Teresa Not Possessed

CALCUTTA, India (CNS): Archbishop Henry D'Souza of Calcutta said he asked for special prayers for Mother Teresa's troubled spirit five years ago, but denied she underwent a "real exorcism", as some international media have reported...

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Peace Commitment Call

CASTEL GANDOLFO, Italy (CNS): Pope John Paul has urged a renewed commitment to peace in Northern Ireland after days of renewed sectarian tension that saw riot police escorting Catholic schoolgirls through a Protestant neighbourhood in Belfast...

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Prayers for Rain

SAN ANGELO, Texas (CNS): The drought in West Texas was hurting crops and community water supplies, so Bishop Michael D...

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Thretas From New Forms of Racism

VATICAN CITY (CNS): The Vatican has warned that globalisation and technological advances are threatening to generate new forms of racism against society's weakest members, including immigrant populations, the poor and the unborn...

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Loneliness Led to Milingo Sect

ROME (CNS): Zambian Archbishop Emmanuel Milingo said he loved a Korean woman he married in May 'as a sister' and planned to meet her to explain his decision to reconcile with the Catholic Church...

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Racism is a Sin

CASTEL GANDOLFO, Italy (CNS): Pope John Paul II has condemned racism as a sin against God and humanity and warned that new types of racial discrimination were emerging across the globe...

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Cause Moves ON

CALCUTTA (CNS): The postulator of Mother Teresa's canonisation cause said much work still needs to be done as the nun's case for sainthood moves to the Vatican...

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