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US bishop saddened by uni massacre

BLACKSBURG, Virginia (CNS): A shooting spree at a university in the United States on April 16 that left at least 33 people dead is "tremendously sad", said Bishop Francis X. DiLorenzo of Richmond, Virginia.

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Easter appeal for Holy Land peace

JERUSALEM (CNS): The spirit of Easter invites all who live in the Holy Land and are responsible for "making peace and waging war" to "have recourse to new criteria and to a new vision", Latin rite Patriarch Michel Sabbah of Jerusalem said...

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Stations for today

IT'S not every day a person gets a call from the Vatican, and most people would be bowled over when it happens...

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Christ bears pain of tragedy

VATICAN CITY (CNS): In his Easter message, Pope Benedict XVI lamented the countless wars, disasters and horrors ravaging the world, including "the continual slaughter" in Iraq and the situation in the Darfur region of Sudan...

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Laws on unmarried opposed

VATICAN CITY (CNS): Supporting legislation that gives legal rights to gay or heterosexual couples who are not married is a position that is not consistent with the Catholic faith, said members of the permanent council of the Italian bishops' conference...

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Power to the Irish

VATICAN CITY (CNS): If Catholic and Protestant political parties in Northern Ireland form a power sharing government it would be "a very powerful Christian witness" for other areas where conflicts include a religious component, Pope Benedict XVI told Ireland's President...

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Reviewing the case against Judas

Who was Judas and how critical was his role in the betrayal of Jesus? That is the question novelist Jeffrey Archer probes in his latest book, The Gospel According to Judas, supported by an Australian Salesian priest. CINDY WOODEN reports from Rome.

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