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06 Nov 2018 – ADDIS ABABA, Ethiopia (CNS) — Ethiopia’s bishops welcomed the election of the nation’s first female president, Sahle-Work Zewde, and said they were pleased that women “are getting their rightful place in the development of the country.”  Read more...
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05 Nov 2018 – NEW DELHI (CNS) — The Missionaries of Charity congregation has agreed to resume its service of offering children for adoption.  Read more...
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29 Oct 2018 – JERUSALEM (CNS) — Holy Land church leaders expressed concern in the wake of two separate incidents involving the Christian community that occurred over a one-week span.  Read more...
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16 Oct 2018 – WASHINGTON (CNS) — The Russian Orthodox Church’s decision to sever ties with the Ecumenical Patriarchate of Constantinople will affect ecumenical dialogue, but long-term implications remain unknown.  Read more...
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12 Oct 2018 – BEIRUT (CNS) — The future of Lebanon’s long-standing tradition of Catholic education is at risk because of a controversial law governing teacher salaries.  Read more...
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09 Oct 2018 – CHESTER, England (CNS) — Christianity in Iraq is just one wave of persecution away from extinction, said the Chaldean Catholic archbishop of Basra.  Read more...
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03 Oct 2018 – BETHLEHEM, West Bank (CNS) — God gives everyone a mission, Diana George Babish said as she fielded a phone call about a dog who had been shot in Hebron. The mission God gave her is to take care of the abused and abandoned animals in the West Bank and the Gaza Strip, she said.  Read more...
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02 Oct 2018 – WARSAW, Poland (CNS) — As plans to establish an independent Ukrainian Orthodox Church encounter complaints from Russia, Catholic leaders hope ecumenical ties will not be affected.  Read more...


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