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Paul VI’s text recalls moon landing

To mark the 40th anniversary of the first manned mission to land on the moon, Vatican Radio published a collection of Pope Paul VI's talks about the mission. CINDY WOODEN reports for Catholic News Service in Rome.

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Moral values part of economic recovery: Pope

The idea raised by Pope Benedict XVI in his latest encyclical of world powers, in co-operation with poorer countries, monitoring the health of global economies for the good of all could be one that's taking hold. Catholic News Service Rome correspondent CINDY WOODEN reports.

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Galileo’s case still educates

A Vatican prefect has highlighted lessons that can still be learnt from the heresy case of 400 years ago against Galileo Galilei. Catholic News Service correspondent CINDY WOODEN reports from Rome.

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Pope reveals Paul’s tomb tests

Pope Benedict XVI, in closing the year of St Paul on June 28, by making an announcement about tests on human remains taken from the tomb thought to be that of the Apostle. Catholic News Service correspondent CINDY WOODEN reports from Rome.

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Pope to open door to peace in West Bank

Pope Benedict XVI is visiting the Holy Land, and one of the places he will go to while he's there is the Aida Refugee Camp at West Bank. JUDITH SUDILOVSKY, reporting for Catholic News Service, gives an insight into hopes of some of the refugees.

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Following in St Francis’ footsteps

The simple message of faith handed on by St Francis of Assisi was at the heart of a gathering of hundreds of Franciscans from all over the world when they converged on Assisi, Italy, recently. CAROL GLATZ reports for Catholic News Service.

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