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Laity anger at criticism

COLOGNE, Germany (CNS): German Catholics have reacted angrily to Cologne Cardinal Joachim Meisner for criticising lay people about their lack of knowledge of the Church...

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Pope begins 25th year with Rosary

VATICAN CITY (CNS): Beginning the 25th year of his papacy, a landmark reached by only four of his predecessors, Pope John Paul II thanked God for his ministry and entrusted his future to the care of the Virgin Mary...

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Miracle queried

VATICAN CITY (CNS): Officials involved in the process to canonise Mother Teresa of Calcutta said they were confident that the healing of an Indian woman with an abdominal tumour would be the miracle needed for the nun's beatification...

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Study reveals role of women deacons

VATICAN CITY (CNS): The International Theological Commission has concluded that women deacons in the early Church performed a role that was different from that of the ordained male diaconate...

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Opus Dei founder canonised

VATICAN CITY (CNS): Before one of the largest and most orderly pilgrim crowds in Vatican history, Pope John Paul II canonised Msgr Josemaria Escriva de Balaguer on October 6 and called the Opus Dei founder’s message of sanctifying ordinary life valid for all believers...

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Police inquire into transfer of priest

MANCHESTER, England (CNS): England's most senior churchman, Cardinal Cormac Murphy-O'Connor of Westminster, said he would co-operate fully with a police inquiry into his role in transferring a priest later convicted of sexually abusing children...

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Rosary for peace call

CASTEL GANDOLFO, Italy (CNS): Pope John Paul II has appealed for a global rediscovery of the Rosary as the ideal prayer for invoking world peace...

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Shroud restoration

TURIN, Italy (CNS): Trapped particles of dirt and scorched fabric had darkened parts of the Shroud of Turin and eventually could have made it difficult to see the shroud's image of a crucified man, said Cardinal Severino Poletto of Turin...

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