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Cardinal Preaches to Queen

MANCHESTER, England (CNS): Cardinal Cormac Murphy-O'Connor of Westminster has become the first Catholic leader since the Reformation to be invited by a British monarch to preach...

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Pope Speaks on Global Troubles

VATICAN CITY (CNS): Reviewing the troubled world situation, Pope John Paul II said Christians contribute to peace by offering - especially to Muslims - the values of forgiveness and humility before God and neighbour...

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Three to be Canonised

VATICAN CITY (CNS): Pope John Paul II has ordered the publication of decrees clearing the way for the canonisation of Blessed Juan Diego, Blessed Padre Pio and the founder of Opus Dei, Blessed Josemaria Escriva de Balaguer...

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Pope’s Plea at Christmas

VATICAN CITY (CNS): In Christmas celebrations shadowed by war and violence around the globe, Pope John Paul II pleaded for the world to save its children and deliver them from situations of hunger, suffering and conflict...

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Response to Terrorism

VATICAN CITY (CNS): In his strongest statement since the September 11 attacks, Pope John Paul II said countries had a right to defend themselves against international terrorists...

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Israel Holds Key

VATICAN CITY (CNS): Latin-rite Patriarch Michel Sabbah of Jerusalem said Israel holds the key to defusing Palestinian violence, and warned that extremist resistance will continue to erupt as long as Israeli occupation continues...

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Jewish Scriptures and Christianity

VATICAN CITY (CNS): Using New Testament condemnations of some Jews to support contempt for Judaism as a whole violates the teaching of the New Testament, says a new Vatican document...

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Pope Calls for Renewal

VATICAN CITY (CNS): Linking terrorist attacks in the United States to social injustices like poverty, Pope John Paul II called for an urgent overhaul in political and economic relations between countries, coupled with "radical personal and social renewal"...

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Political Campaign Costs Attacked

VATICAN CITY (CNS): While political advertising can play on people's fears or misrepresent candidates' positions, the greatest ethical concern is how much money political advertising requires candidates to raise and spend, said Archbishop John P...

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