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Poverty goals are in our hands

The Church has joined a groundswell of pressure for the world's political leaders to adhere to their Millennium Development Goals to halve the level of poverty by 2015. BARBARA J. FRASER reports on a call for "ordinary citizens" to be part of that mission.

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Romero beatification years off

ROME (CNS) The beatification of slain Archbishop Oscar A. Romero of San Salvador still may be years away, but it was clear that he was killed because of his faith-motivated actions, not because of his politics, said an influential Jesuit magazine.

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French bishops call for calm

LOURDES, France (CNS) Catholic bishops in France appealed for calm after the worst street violence since the 1960s caused widespread damage and injuries in Paris and other cities...

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Sacred history close to heaven

Memories of a Catholic family's pioneering spirit will be revisited when Queensland's highest church celebrates its golden jubilee this month. MARCUS KUCZYNSKI reports:.

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Saintly tale of romance

LONDON (CNS): The jilted boyfriend of a nun who is on course to become Scotland's next saint kept a lock of her hair until his death, the Edinburgh Evening News reported on October 18...

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Communion ban for divorced

ROME (CNS): While the Catholic Church seeks better ways to reach out to divorced and civilly remarried Catholics, the fact that they may not receive Communion "is not disputed or disputable", said Cardinal Alfonso Lopez Trujillo...

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Newman credited with cure

LONDON (CNS): Catholic officials said the cure of a deacon in the United States could be the miracle that paves the way for the beatification of a 19th century English cardinal...

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