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Need for tighter saint selection

VATICAN CITY (CNS): The Catholic Church should be more selective and very rigorous in choosing candidates for sainthood, Pope Benedict XVI said in a message to the Congregation for Saints' Causes...

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Call for Da Vinci Code boycott

ROME (CNS): Catholics should consider boycotting the film The Da Vinci Code as one way to let the world know the story offends and defames the Church, said secretary of the Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith, Archbishop Angelo Amato said...

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Benedict’s first Easter

VATICAN CITY (CNS): Celebrating the first Holy Week and Easter of his pontificate, Pope Benedict XVI called on individuals and nations to turn away from their sins and accept the love, truth and peace offered by the crucified and risen Christ...

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Cardinal left in dark on curial reform

ROME (CNS): The former head of the Vatican's office on pastoral care for migrants said he was never consulted about changes being made to the pontifical council he headed for almost eight years...

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Judas Gospel claims dismissed as ‘junk’

ROME (CNS): An Australian Jesuit professor based in Rome has dismissed the alleged significance of a newly uncovered gnostic writing that paints Judas in a more sympathetic light than his well known role as Jesus' betrayer...

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Poland pays homage to JP II

WARSAW (CNS): Tens of thousands gathered for Masses, concerts, exhibitions, youth vigils and silent marches in various Polish towns and cities on April 2 to mark the first anniversary of Pope John Paul II's death...

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John Paul II inspires world even in death

VATICAN CITY (CNS): Pope John Paul II was a "rock of faith", communicating the Gospel even when he could no longer speak and suffering racked his body, Pope Benedict XVI said, celebrating a memorial Mass for the late pontiff...

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Bishops could face disciplinary action

WASHINGTON (CNS): The US bishops and the Vatican are discussing whether disciplinary action should be taken against bishops who moved child abusing priests from parish to parish, said the head of the US bishops' conference...

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