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Popes united against the tide

At a weekly public audience earlier this year, the pope underscored one of his characteristic themes - the counter-cultural implications of membership in the Church.

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Pope approves new criminal laws

VATICAN CITY: Pope Francis has approved a major updating of the criminal laws of Vatican City State, including in areas dealing with child abuse and terrorism financing, and has ruled that any Vatican employee can be tried by the Vatican court for violating those laws.

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Have courage to walk with the Lord

Pope Francis, in his first homily after his election, preached on the need for the Church's action to be based firmly on faith in Christ's sacrifice on the Cross. Rome bureau chief of Catholic News Service FRANCIS ROCCA reports

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Pope delivers emotional farewell

About 150,000 people crowded into St Peter's Square on February 27 to hear a farewell address from Pope Benedict XVI on the eve of his retirement. FRANCIS X. ROCCA reports for Catholic News Service on what the Pope had to say

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Job description for a pope

When the cardinals of the world gathered in October for the Synod of Bishops on the new evangelisation they came up with what could be a "job description" for the new pope, as CINDY WOODEN reports for Catholic News Service

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