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Sainthood case opened

VATICAN CITY (CNS): The Diocese of Rome has formally opened the sainthood cause of Pope John Paul II, asking Catholics around the world to present evidence "for or against" his reputation for holiness...

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NZ showing for controversial Popetown

AUCKLAND (CNS): An animated series that the BBC cancelled after protests by Catholics because it lampooned the papacy was due to make its world premiere on New Zealand television on June 8...

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Eucharist strengthens unity of Church

ROME (CNS): The Catholic Church believes the Eucharist is a sacrament that strengthens the unity of the Church because those who share Communion profess the same faith, said the Vatican's chief ecumenist...

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Pope sees memory of war as vital for peace

VATICAN CITY (CNS): History's most brutal and oppressive events, including Nazi Germany's aggression, must be remembered so as to help guide future generations along the path toward peace and reconciliation, said Pope Benedict XVI...

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