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Bail-Out Refused

ROME (CNS): If a US diocese gets into financial trouble because of legal settlements over clerical sexual abuse, it will have to turn to other dioceses for help, not to the Vatican, said a top Church official...

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Church Under Siege

BETHLEHEM (ICN): Parts of Bethlehem's besieged Church of the Nativity were in flames on April 8 as a week-long siege continued...

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Easter Plea for Peace

VATICAN CITY (CNS): While media attention focused on the obvious suffering of Pope John Paul II during his Holy Week and Easter liturgies, much of the Pope's concern focused on the increasing bloodshed in the land of Jesus' death and resurrection...

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Tributes Flow In

MANCHESTER, England (CNS): Catholic leaders have paid tribute to the Queen Mother, who died on March 30 at her Windsor home at the age of 101...

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Migrants Most at Risk from Racism

VATICAN CITY (CNS): In its continuing struggle against racism, the international community needs to take steps to protect migrants as the most vulnerable group in an age of globalisation, a Vatican official said...

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Rome Releases Revised Missal

VATICAN CITY (CNS): Bishops' conferences around the world are expected to begin work immediately on revising texts of prayers used at Mass, translating the new prayers issued by the Vatican and changing ritual practices to comply with new Vatican guidelines...

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Archbishop of Poor Murdered

VATICAN CITY (CNS): Pope John Paul II has condemned the slaying of a Colombian archbishop, saying the prelate had paid with his life for his pastoral and peacemaking efforts...

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Chastity Critical for Priesthood

VATICAN CITY (CNS): A seminarian who has continuing difficulties with chastity should not be considered an appropriate candidate for priestly ordination, Pope John Paul II said...

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Terrorism Shakes Up Hollywood

VATICAN CITY (CNS): The US film and television industry has undergone a "revolutionary" shift toward programming with positive values since the September 11 terror attacks, said Cardinal Roger M...

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