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US Double Agernt Linked to Opus Dei

ARLINGTON, Virginia (CNS): An FBI agent, arrested in the United States on February 18 and accused of spying for the Russians, was a member of Opus Dei, according to news reports...

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Lenten Call to Forgive Enemies

VATICAN CITY (CNS): Pope John Paul II has asked Christians to radically embrace the Gospel command to love one's enemy, saying forgiveness was the only way to peace between peoples and nations...

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Hopes After Vote

JERUSALEM (CNS): Catholics have expressed mixed views about the next Israeli administration's approach to relations with Palestinians, following the overwhelming victory of Israeli Prime Minister-elect Ariel Sharon...

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Communion Row

BOSTON (CNS): A family in the United States has left the Catholic Church after a public row in which their daughter, with a disease preventing her from eating gluten, was not allowed to receive Communion made without wheat...

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God’s Kingdom Will Come Quietly

VATICAN CITY (CNS): The Kingdom of God will not have its full establishment on earth through some apocalyptic event, but quietly and with the co-operation of men and women who work for justice and peace, Pope John Paul II said...

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Constitution Revised

VATICAN CITY (CNS): Pope John Paul II has signed Vatican City State's first new constitution in 72 years, abolishing on paper practices and traditions already ruled out by previous popes, including use of the death penalty...

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Extra Cardinals a Surprise Move

VATICAN CITY (CNS): In a surprising and unprecedented move, Pope John Paul II named seven new cardinals on January 28 after appointing 37 just a week earlier...

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