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Commitment to papacy reinforced

VATICAN CITY (CNS): For the first time since his hospitalisation on February 1, Pope John Paul II delivered his regular Sunday talk to pilgrims and reinforced his commitment to the papal ministry...

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Fatima visionary nun dies, aged 97

COIMBRA, Portugal (CNS): Carmelite Sister Lucia dos Santos, the last of three Fatima visionaries, died on February 13 in her cloistered convent in Coimbra, Portugal at the age of 97...

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Protecting dignity of marriage

VATICAN CITY (CNS): Vatican officials said new instructions for Church marriage tribunals are designed to ensure Church law is followed, to defend the sacrament of marriage and to ensure the efficiency that justice requires...

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Rainbow Sash protests rule out Communion

VATICAN CITY (CNS): The Vatican's top liturgy official said Rainbow Sash wearers disqualify themselves from receiving Holy Communion because they are demonstrating their opposition to Church teaching on homosexuality...

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Lessons from Auschwitz

OSWIECIM, Poland (CNS): Church leaders joined heads of state in commemorating the 60th anniversary of the liberation of the Auschwitz-Birkenau concentration camp, where more than 1 million mostly Jewish civilians were killed during World War II...

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Living longer with dignity

VATICAN CITY (CNS): Advances in science and medicine have allowed people to live longer, but families and governments must help the elderly live those added years in a full and dignified manner, said Pope John Paul II...

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SUSPICION RETARDING ECUMENICAL PROGRESS

VATICAN CITY (CNS): In most parts of the world, ecumenical dialogue and co-operation are a reality, although suspicion among Christians has not disappeared everywhere, said the Vatican's top ecumenists...

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