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Anger over papal spoof

LONDON (CNS): Catholics in Britain have expressed concerns about plans to broadcast Popetown, a television cartoon program that portrays a corrupt Catholic Church...

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Peace plan for warring tribes

A program in Papua New Guinea, supported by Caritas Australia, is helping to put an end to tribal warfare and bringing a lasting peace to communities.

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Boon and challenge of Net

VATICAN CITY (CNS): The Catholic Church must counter the flood of lies and immorality available on the Internet with Web sites full of truth, beauty and righteousness, said a cardinal from the Dominican Republic...

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First for women

VATICAN CITY (CNS): For the first time, Pope John Paul II has named women to the Vatican's International Theological Commission...

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Bishop should be ‘father of all’

VATICAN CITY (CNS): The modern bishop should be a firm defender of Catholic doctrine, an active promoter of human rights, a "father of all" to his faithful and a model of personal holiness, a new Vatican document says...

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Child sex abuse figures released

WASHINGTON (CNS): About 4 per cent of US priests ministering from 1950 to 2002 were accused of sex abuse with a minor, according to the first comprehensive national study of the issue...

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Respect symbols

VATICAN CITY (CNS): Any attempt to erase the visible signs of one's religious belief goes against the concept of freedom of religion, Pope John Paul II told French bishops...

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