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Amnesty defends stance

LONDON (CNS): Amnesty International has defended its new policy on abortion after a Vatican official said Catholics might need to withdraw their financial support of the organization...

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God wants us to feed the poor

ADELAIDE journalist, Nicholas Kerr, met Bishop Joseph Gasi, of Tombura-Yambio diocese in Yambio, Southern Sudan, in 2002, when the Government of Sudan was bombing Southern Sudan almost every day...

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Pius XII worked to help Jews

ROME (CNS): Thousands of Vatican documents demonstrate that Pope Pius XII worked quietly but effectively to help Jews and others during World War II, a top Vatican official said...

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MPs warned on abortion

LONDON (CNS): Britain's two cardinals have reminded Catholic politicians that it is unacceptable for them to vote for abortion rights...

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Bush invited to talk peace

ROME (CNS): US President George W. Bush has been invited to visit the Sant'Egidio Community, a Catholic lay community known for leading high-profile peace negotiations as well as being active in the fight against the death penalty and HIV/AIDS.

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New Maltese saint a visionary

OTTAWA (CNS): Tony Vella, the great-nephew of Fr George Preca, said he hopes the charismatic Maltese priest's life and virtues will be remembered long after his June 3 canonisation...

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Spreading the work of a genius

Italian author Professor Querciolo Mazzonis, an enthusiastic scholar of Ursuline foundress St Angela Merici, has been in Australia speaking on female spirituality in religious orders and as a guest of the Ursuline Sisters. He shares some of his insights with reporter PAUL DOBBYN.

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