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Pope calls for world peace

VATICAN CITY (CNS): The degradation of the environment is a pressing moral problem that threatens peace and human life itself, Pope Benedict XVI said

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Generosity the key, pope says

VATICAN CITY (CNS): The secret to experiencing true joy is not found in accumulating lots of things, but from feeling loved by the Lord and being generous to others, Pope Benedict XVI said.

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Mary teaches how to treat people with respect

ROME (CNS): The statues, paintings and mosaics of Mary found not only in the churches of Rome, but also in its public squares and on street-corner shrines should help the city's visitors and residents treat each other with more respect, Pope Benedict XVI said.

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Pope urges Brazil to move on

VATICAN CITY (Zenit.org): Communities in Brazil still need to get past the divisions caused by Marxist liberation theology, Pope Benedict XVI said.

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World leaders urged to consider the poor

Church representatives are calling for world leaders at the United Nations Climate Change Conference in Copenhagen, Denmark, to keep the interests of the poorest nations foremost in their minds as they make their decisions. BARBARA J. FRASER reports from Lima, Peru, for Catholic News Service

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An explosive path to freedom

ACN NEWS, SRI LANKA: Sri Lanka's most senior Church leader has warned that thousands of Tamils returning from displacement camps are at risk of serious injury unless action is taken to clear the area of landmines.

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Pope makes rights appeal

VATICAN CITY (CNS): Pope Benedict XVI urged governments and international organisations to give special attention to the rights of child immigrants, who often are victims of exploitation and abandonment.

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Addressing the issue of abuse

Church leaders have spoken out in support of the Australian Government's recent landmark apology to Australians who have experienced abuse in children's homes and institutions. In the wake of the apology journalist PAUL DOBBYN spoke to several Church figures with close involvement in dealing with such issues

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