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Anointing of the sick rules reaffirmed

VATICAN CITY (CNS): The Vatican has strongly reaffirmed that only priests can administer the anointing of the sick, and said this doctrine must be "definitively" accepted by Catholics...

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Da Vinci Code attacked

VATICAN CITY (CNS): An Italian cardinal has asked Catholics not to read Dan Brown's top selling novel, The Da Vinci Code...

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UK voters urged to consider life issues

LONDON (CNS): The president of the English and Welsh bishops' conference, Cardinal Cormac Murphy-O'Connor, said candidates in Britain's forthcoming election should be judged by their willingness to defend human life and the family...

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Pope returns from hospital

VATICAN CITY (CNS): Pope John Paul II returned to the Vatican on March 13 after spending 18 days in Rome's Gemelli Hospital, where he underwent a tracheotomy and therapy to help him breathe and speak with a tube still in his throat...

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Papal reminder about Confession

VATICAN CITY (CNS): Catholics must remember that they may not receive Communion if they have committed a serious sin and have not gone to Confession, Pope John Paul II said...

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Ethical insight of religious leaders

NEW YORK (CNS): Religious leaders have a distinctive role in appealing to the conscience of world leaders that there be an ethical approach to development issues, Archbishop Diarmuid Martin of Dublin, Ireland, said in a lecture at the United Nations on March 3...

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Sister at frontline of AIDS battle

Transforming people's attitudes to AIDS in Central America, through prevention programs and ministry, is a full-time mission for Maryknoll Sister Mary Annel. She spoke to reporter PETER BUGDEN during a visit to Brisbane:.

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Pope needs to ‘curb schedule’

ROME (CNS): Following a tracheotomy to alleviate breathing problems, Pope John Paul II may have to reduce his public appearances, rely more heavily on non-verbal communication and live in as sterile an environment as possible, said a neurological expert in Rome...

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