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Jewish Scriptures and Christianity

VATICAN CITY (CNS): Using New Testament condemnations of some Jews to support contempt for Judaism as a whole violates the teaching of the New Testament, says a new Vatican document...

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Pope Calls for Renewal

VATICAN CITY (CNS): Linking terrorist attacks in the United States to social injustices like poverty, Pope John Paul II called for an urgent overhaul in political and economic relations between countries, coupled with "radical personal and social renewal"...

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Political Campaign Costs Attacked

VATICAN CITY (CNS): While political advertising can play on people's fears or misrepresent candidates' positions, the greatest ethical concern is how much money political advertising requires candidates to raise and spend, said Archbishop John P...

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Concern Over Holy Land

VATICAN CITY (CNS): Pope John Paul II has asked Catholic leaders from the Holy Land to come to the Vatican on December 13 to discuss the Church's pastoral work in a region marked by conflict and tension...

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Scrolls in Print

NEW YORK (CNS): A project to publish the Dead Sea Scrolls is nearing completion, with the final, 37th volume based on the scrolls scheduled to be released before the end of the year, according to the project's editor- in-chief...

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Human Cloning Success Attacked

VATICAN CITY (CNS): The Vatican has condemned the first successful cloning of human embryos by US scientists, rejecting claims that the research produced simple cells and not human individuals...

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Call to Re-open Romero Case

WASHINGTON (CNS): A Salvadoran Church official has asked the Inter-American Commission on Human Rights to pressure the Salvadoran Government to investigate seriously the 1980 murder of Archbishop Oscar A...

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Pope Calls for Anti-Terror Fast

VATICAN CITY (CNS): In response to the growing threat of global terrorism and other conflicts, Pope John Paul II has called for a Church-wide day of fasting in December and a prayer gathering of Christian and non-Christian leaders in January...

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Plea to Protect Afghani Civilians

ROME (CNS): As the US-led bombing of Afghanistan stretched into its second month, some religious leaders and organisations questioned the efficacy of the military campaign while reminding world leaders of the need to provide aid for civilians affected by the war...

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