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Pope Defends Salvation Paper

VATICAN CITY (CNS): Responding to sharp criticism from other religions and other Christian Churches, Pope John Paul II defended a Vatican document on salvation, saying its affirmation of Christ as the one true saviour was "not arrogance"...

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Fatima Statue Goes to Rome

VATICAN CITY (CNS): When bishops from around the world gather for their Jubilee celebration this weekend, the statue of Our Lady of Fatima will also make a pilgrimage to Rome...

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Chinese Church Moving to Unity

A senior Vatican official said a week-long visit to China gave him hope that the Chinese Catholic Church was moving toward unity and that dialogue with Communist authorities would increase...

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UK Review of Child Protection

MANCHESTER, England (CNS): The Catholic Church in England and Wales has announced a review of its measures to protect children from sexual abuse...

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Commitment to Seek Ecumenism

VATICAN CITY (CNS): After an alliance of Protestant Churches criticised a Vatican document as "ecumenically insensitive", Pope John Paul met with alliance representatives last week and underscored the Catholic Church's commitment to improving ecumenical relations...

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UN Reform Call

NEW YORK (CNS): The Vatican's secretary of state reaffirmed Church support for the United Nations in an address on the final day of the September 6-8 Millennium Summit, but said "reforms will be necessary"...

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Pope Exorcises Girl

VATICAN CITY (CNS): Pope John Paul II performed an impromptu exorcism on a teenage girl who flew into a possessed rage at the end of an audience in St Peter's Square on September 6, said the chief exorcist for the Diocese of Rome...

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Moral Guidelines for Transplants

ROME (CNS): Calling organ transplants a "great step forward in science's service of man" and a "complex and delicate theme", Pope John Paul II outlined moral guidelines for the procedure and for future transplant research...

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