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Bishop on Cover Up Charge

PARIS (CNS/ACN): A French bishop on trial for covering up sexual abuse by a priest testified that he encouraged the priest to report the actions to civil authorities...

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Two Nuns Jailed Over Genocide

VATICAN CITY (CNS): The Vatican said all Rwandan Catholics involved in the African country's 1994 genocide "must have the courage to assume the consequences"...

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McVeigh Executed

WASHINGTON (CNS): The execution of Oklahoma City bomber Timothy McVeigh and the resumption of federally sanctioned executions marks a sad day for the United States, the president of the country's bishops' conference said...

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Pope John’s Body on View

VATICAN CITY (CNS): Flanked by the recently exhumed and treated body of Pope John XXIII, Pope John Paul II praised his predecessor for attentively following the Holy Spirit's guidance, particularly in convoking the Second Vatican Council...

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Priority List for New Millennium

VATICAN CITY (CNS): In the largest gathering of its kind at the Vatican, more than 150 cardinals drew up a list of pastoral priorities for the third millennium, including new ways of strengthening holiness, unity and missionary energy in the Church...

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Cause Opened

FALL RIVER, Massachusetts (CNS): The Vatican Congregation for Sainthood Causes has formally opened the cause for the possible canonisation of the late Holy Cross Father Patrick Peyton, the world famous "Rosary priest" and pioneer radio and TV producer...

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Cardinals Address Challenges

VATICAN CITY (CNS): In the largest meeting of its kind ever held at the Vatican, more than 150 cardinals gathered to identify pastoral challenges and possible solutions at the start of the third millennium...

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Syrian Controversy Lingers

VATICAN CITY (CNS): Syrian President Bashar Assad's tirade against Israel and Jews during Pope John Paul's visit to Damascus has left a lingering diplomatic and interreligious controversy at the Vatican...

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