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Pope ends Middle East visit

NAZARETH, Israel (CNS): Nearing the end of his Holy Land pilgrimage, Pope Benedict XVI came to Nazareth, the city where Jesus grew up, and appealed for the strengthening of family bonds in the region and the world.

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Encouragement for “little flock”

JERUSALEM (CNS): Pope Benedict XVI encouraged the "little flock" of Christians in the Holy Land to persevere as a vital presence in society and a witness to unity in the troubled region.

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Positive economic approach

VATICAN CITY (CNS): President Barack Obama's efforts to tackle the economic crisis drew praise from a Nobel Prize-winning member of the Pontifical Academy of Social Sciences.

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Hatred must not reign again: Pope

JERUSALEM (CNS): On his first day in Jerusalem, Pope Benedict XVI visited the Yad Vashem Holocaust memorial and said the suffering of Jews under the Nazi extermination campaign must "never be denied, belittled or forgotten".

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Archbishop shares his vision

Archbishop John Bathersby recently completed a whirlwind series of gatherings in the deaneries of Brisbane archdiocese, sharing the archdiocese's vision for renewal centred on Jesus, Communion, Mission. SELINA HARRIS spoke with Archbishop Bathersby about his experience of meeting with hundreds of Catholics to speak about the basis of our faith.

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Pope to open door to peace in West Bank

Pope Benedict XVI is visiting the Holy Land, and one of the places he will go to while he's there is the Aida Refugee Camp at West Bank. JUDITH SUDILOVSKY, reporting for Catholic News Service, gives an insight into hopes of some of the refugees.

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‘Free us from this evil’

MEXICO CITY (CNS): Cardinal Norberto Rivera Carrera of Mexico City prayed to Our Lady of Guadalupe and cancelled Masses in the archdiocese on April 26 due to the swine flu outbreak.

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Caritas director wounded in Sri Lanka

VATICAN CITY (CNS): A local Caritas director was seriously injured in fighting in Sri Lanka's war-torn Vanni region, where tens of thousands of civilians have been displaced recently.

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