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VIDEO: “First Take: Vatican” (Catholic News Service)
12 Dec 2011 – Rome bureau chief John Thavis looks at Vatican reaction to the death of Cardinal John Foley.  Read more...
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09 Dec 2011 – WASHINGTON (CNS) — Over the past nine years in Iraq, the sacrifice of the U.S. military “and our nation as a whole has been tremendous,” Army chaplain Father Joel Panzer said, and soldiers in general feel “it’s time for us to leave” to give the nation the impetus “to function independently.”  Read more...
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Israeli Ambassador on Holy Land Tattoos (Catholic News Service)
09 Dec 2011 – VATICAN CITY (CNS) — Intellectual curiosity about a very particular aspect of Christian pilgrimages to Jerusalem has gotten under the skin of Israel’s ambassador to the Holy See.  Read more...
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09 Dec 2011 – VATICAN CITY (CNS) — A top Vatican official called for the establishment of a world day dedicated to raising awareness of religious injustices suffered by Christians.  Read more...
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Arab Spring Opens New Era (Catholic News Service)
09 Dec 2011 – WASHINGTON (CNS) — What turned out to be a yearlong Arab Spring of grass-roots uprisings in 2011 left several countries with new leadership and a death toll in the tens of thousands, most from a full-scale civil war in Libya.  Read more...
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07 Dec 2011 – MINSK, Belarus (CNS) — Archbishop Tadeusz Kondrusiewicz of Minsk urged his country to abolish capital punishment, after two 25-year-olds were sentenced to death for killing 15 people in a Metro bomb attack.  Read more...
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06 Dec 2011 – VATICAN CITY (CNS) — A Vatican official deplored the growing violence in Syria, and called on political leaders there to enact “real reforms.”  Read more...
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05 Dec 2011 – America’s premier independent charity evaluator, Charity Navigator, has given CNEWA its highest rating, four stars, ranking the agency among the best charities in the country. Charity Navigator noted that CNEWA’s work both “exceeds industry standards and outperforms most charities in its cause.”  Read more...


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