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Ethical differences

DURHAM, England (CNS): While many of the doctrinal differences that divided Christians for centuries are close to being resolved, different approaches to modern ethical questions are making Christian unity appear as distant as ever, said Cardinal Walter Kasper...

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Agca goes free

VATICAN CITY (CNS): The Turkish terrorist who shot and seriously wounded Pope John Paul II in a failed 1981 assassination attempt was scheduled to be freed on parole from a Turkish prison on January 12...

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Global scandal of child suffering

VATICAN CITY (CNS): More than 800 million children around the world are victims of malnutrition, disease, trafficking and other forms of economic and social exploitation, an annual Vatican report said...

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Bound by rights

VATICAN CITY (CNS): Even in the midst of war, basic human rights must be respected and all parties involved must work to end hostilities, Pope Benedict XVI says in his message for World Peace Day 2006...

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Christ’s light shines in world

VATICAN CITY (CNS): The shining lights of the Vatican's towering Christmas tree should remind people that Christ, the light of the world, has come, Pope Benedict XVI told Church and civic leaders from Austria...

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Vatican II, 40 years on

This month marks the 40th anniversary of the end of Vatican II. JOHN THAVIS looks back at the momentous changes it instigated in the Church.

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Christmas “polluted”

VATICAN CITY (CNS): Pope Benedict XVI said the contemporary Christmas season is being spoiled by "commercial pollution" that obscures the true meaning of Christ's humble birth...

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