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Cardinal target

LONDON (CNS): Cardinal Cormac Murphy-O'Connor of Westminster has rejected media allegations that he turned a blind eye to paedophile priests in his previous Diocese of Arundel and Brighton...

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Religious needed in Church schools

VATICAN CITY (CNS): Citing a steep decline in the number of men and women religious who work in schools, the Vatican has issued a new document highlighting the 'irreplaceable' role of consecrated people in education and encouraging them to persevere...

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Back from cold

VATICAN CITY (CNS): Zambian Archbishop Emmanuel Milingo resumed his public ministry on Thursday, November 21, ending more than a year of penitential isolation following his return to the Church...

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US urged to step back from brink

WASHINGTON (CNS): US bishops have urged the United States to 'step back from the brink of war', saying they 'find it difficult to justify the resort to war against Iraq...

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Jews do not need conversion

VATICAN CITY (CNS): In their relations with Jews, Christians cannot conceal the strong missionary dimension of their faith, but also must recognise that Jews do not have to convert in order to be saved, a top Vatican official said...

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US war warning

RABOUEH, Lebanon (CNS): Patriarchs from Middle Eastern Catholic Churches who met in Lebanon have warned the United States against a war with Iraq...

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Iraq war would be catastrophic

ROME (CNS): An international delegation of Catholic aid agencies has warned that military strikes against Iraq would provoke an unjustifiable humanitarian catastrophe for Iraqi civilians...

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Quake sorrow

VATICAN CITY (Zenit/CNS): Pope John Paul has called on all Italian citizens to help the town of San Giuliano di Puglia rebuild in the wake of an October 31 earthquake that killed 29 people, including 26 children...

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Meditation Boom

NEW YORK (CNS): Groups formed under the auspices of the World Community for Christian Meditations are growing faster in the United States than any other part of the world, according to the Benedictine monk who directs the community...

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