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Chocolate Dream

WITH his curly hair and slight smile, 14 year-old James Cook really does look like Charlie Bucket, the star of the Brisbane Arts Theatre's newest play, Charlie and the Chocolate Factory...

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Dialogue and Christianity

DIALOGUE among cultures and traditions, while fraught with difficulties, is "the obligatory path" to achieving lasting world peace, Pope John Paul II said...

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Holy Door Closed

VATICAN CITY (CNS): Pope John Paul II pulled shut the Holy Door at St Peter's Basilica on January 6, and formally ended the Great Jubilee of the Year 2000, giving thanks for a year of extraordinary grace and unveiling his vision of the Church's path in the third millennium...

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Message of Peace

JERUSALEM (CNS): As Israeli-Palestinian violence continued in the Holy Land, Pope John Paul II's personal envoy, Cardinal Roger Etchegaray, prayed with the local Christian community, bringing with him a message of peace...

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Millennium Mission

AMONG the great challenges to be faced by Christians in the third millennium are the new evangelisation, Christian unity, growth in interreligious dialogue, defence of the family and environment, and the ethical implications of biotechnology, Pope John Paul says in an apostolic letter to mark the beginning of the new millennium...

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