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Seminary inquiry

VATICAN CITY (CNS): A special investigator, appointed by the Pope, has started to look into a pornography and sex scandal in an Austrian seminary...

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AIDS greatest threat to Africa

BANGKOK (CNS): AIDS represents "the greatest threat to Africa since the slave trade", according to the head of a network of Church-sponsored prevention and treatment programs in Africa...

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High-rise threat

COLOGNE, Germany (CNS): Cologne's gothic cathedral has been placed on UNESCO's list of endangered World Heritage sites over concerns about a planned high-rise complex...

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Diversity and effect on unity

VATICAN CITY (CNS): The ordination of an openly gay bishop in the US Episcopal Church raises serious questions about the limits of legitimate diversity within the Church and highlights the need for structures to support unity, said a team of Anglican and Catholic scholars...

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Humanitarian crisis strikes Sudan

One of the world's worst humanitarian crises is unfolding in Sudan's Darfur province as ethnic cleansing forces hundreds of thousands of people to flee their homes. ROBIN WILLIAMS reports:.

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Call to reactivate Orthodox dialogue

VATICAN CITY (CNS): Pope John Paul II welcomed Ecumenical Orthodox Patriarch Bartholomew of Constantinople to the Vatican and said it was time the Catholic and Orthodox Churches took a "leap forward" in resolving longstanding ecumenical problems...

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Plan to speed up abuse processing

VATICAN CITY (CNS): Two US canon lawyers are expected to begin work at the Vatican's doctrinal congregation in the next few months as part of an effort to speed up processing of sex abuse cases...

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