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Pope to make historic US visit

Pope Benedict XVI will be visiting the United States from Tuesday until next Sunday (April 20). Rome bureau chief for Catholic News Service JOHN THAVIS gives his view on what the Pope's message might be.

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Rejoice over Easter: Pope

VATICAN CITY (CNS): While Jesus' death shows the depths of his love for humanity, it is his resurrection that proves he is the Son of God, Pope Benedict XVI said...

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Romero cause needs more time

SAN SALVADOR, El Salvador ( On the 28th anniversary of the assassination of San Salvador's archbishop, the prelate's cause of beatification still needs more time.

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Papal graces sought

ROME (CNS): The office in charge of promoting Pope John Paul II's sainthood cause is looking for English speakers who have a story to tell about their meeting with the late pope, their prayers for his intercession or graces received after asking for his help...

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Tibetan violence protest

HONG KONG (CNS): The Hong Kong diocese's Justice and Peace Commission urged China to stop its suppression of demonstrators and media in Tibet...

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ACU head’s bold vision

Australian Catholic University's new vice-chancellor Professor Greg Craven has a bold vision of the university's place in Australian society. PAUL DOBBYN reports.

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Luther rumours groundless: Vatican

VATICAN CITY (CNS): Rumours that the Vatican is set to rehabilitate Martin Luther, the 16th-century leader of the Protestant Reformation, are groundless, Vatican spokesman Jesuit Father Federico Lombardi said...

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Kaspar to carry on

VATICAN CITY (CNS): On the eve of his 75th birthday, Cardinal Walter Kasper said he believes Pope Benedict XVI will have him continue as the Vatican's chief ecumenist and as its point man for dialogue with the Jews...

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