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16 Sep 2011 – Msgr. John E. Kozar, a priest of the Diocese of Pittsburgh, began his term as the new president of CNEWA on 15 September. He began the day by addressing the staff at the agency’s headquarters in New York.  Read more...
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16 Sep 2011 – VATICAN CITY (CNS) — Officials at the Vatican headquarters of the Equestrian Order of the Holy Sepculchre of Jerusalem welcomed U.S. Archbishop Edwin F. O’Brien as their new pro-grand master.  Read more...
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14 Sep 2011 – After 26 years of dedicated service to CNEWA, Msgr. Archimandrite Robert L. Stern retired on 15 September.  Read more...
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14 Sep 2011 – MUNICH (CNS) — St. Francis of Assisi appeals to believers and nonbelievers alike because they long for a world where people see each other as brothers and sisters and where they recognize and respect creation as a gift to all, said the superior of the Franciscan convent in Assisi.  Read more...
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13 Sep 2011 – VATICAN CITY (CNS) — Leaders of Indonesia’s largest Muslim student group came to the Vatican to extend an invitation to Pope Benedict XVI to speak at a conference in Bali in 2012.  Read more...
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13 Sep 2011 – ORANGEVALE, Calif. (CNS) — Tom Simon genuflects and kneels in prayer before the tabernacle. “It takes love, faith and sacrifice to build a house of the Lord,” he says.   Read more...
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U.S. Muslims Ten Years After 9/11 (Catholic News Service)
12 Sep 2011 – WASHINGTON (CNS) — A decade after the terrorist attacks on the United States on Sept. 11, 2001, led to a backlash against Muslims, many Americans are still uncomfortable with followers of Islam and think its teachings are at odds with American values.  Read more...
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Pope Addresses Indian Bishops (Catholic News Service)
09 Sep 2011 – CASTEL GANDOLFO, Italy (CNS) — Catholic schools and institutions need to be “genuinely Catholic” and pass on the values that support communities and the truth that saves souls, Pope Benedict XVI said.  Read more...


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