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Retiring Anglican head meets Pope

VATICAN CITY (CNS): The retiring head of the worldwide Anglican Communion, Archbishop George Carey of Canterbury, met privately with Pope John Paul II at the Vatican on June 21...

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A time for soul-searching

OTTAWA, Canada (CNS): The Catholic Church is going through troubled times because of the sex abuse scandal in the United States and needs some 'profound soul-searching', said the president of the Pontifical Council for the Laity...

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US plan to beat abuse

DALLAS, Texas (Zenit/CNS): US Catholic bishops have overwhelmingly adopted a policy that will forbid clergy who have committed sexual abuse from face-to-face contact with parishioners, but it falls short of automatically expelling them from the priesthood...

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Pope not about to step down

VATICAN CITY (CNS): The latest papal resignation rumour has been officially dismissed by the Vatican, and is a variation on an old theme that had Pope John Paul II eventually retiring to a Carmelite monastery in Poland...

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Hunger threat to peace

VATICAN CITY (CNS): Hunger and poverty violate human dignity and threaten the peace and security of the whole world, Pope John Paul II told government leaders meeting in Rome...

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MEXICO CITY (CNS): The Mexican Attorney-General's office has announced it secretly re-opened its investigation into the 1993 murder of Cardinal Juan Jesus Posadas Ocampo in June 2001...

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VATICAN CITY (CNS): Pope John Paul II has assured US President George W. Bush that American Catholics have the spiritual resources to overcome the clergy sex abuse crisis.

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Visit Promotes Tolerance

SOFIA, Bulgaria (CNS): Pope John Paul II appealed for a 'spirit of tolerance' between religions and greater unity among Christians during an historic visit to Azerbaijan and Bulgaria...

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