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Pope: Conversion doesn't happen through magic, but concrete actions
March 14, 2017

Conversion doesn't come from the wave of a magic wand, but from learning to do good through concrete actions every day, Pope Francis said.

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Archdiocese announces beatification date for Oklahoma priest
March 13, 2017

The Archdiocese of Oklahoma City announced that one its native sons, Father Stanley Rother, a North American priest who worked in Guatemala and was brutally murdered there in 1981, will be beatified Sept. 23 in Oklahoma.

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Priests and marriage: Pope's response not so new after all
Priests and marriage: Pope's response not so new after all
March 13, 2017

While Pope Francis' recent comments on the subject of married priests made headlines around the world, his response falls clearly in line with the thinking of his predecessors.

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Bishops say U.S. must address needs of immigrants, show compassion
March 10, 2017

While one Catholic archbishop was urging a fix to the country's immigration laws before a Catholic crowd, another was pleading with the government not to separate mothers from their children while in immigration detention, and yet another, a cardinal, was accompanying a grandfather to an appointment that could have resulted in his deportation.

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Pope talks criticisms, populism in latest interview with German weekly
Pope talks criticisms, populism in latest interview with German weekly
March 10, 2017

When facing criticism, a sense of humor and the grace to remain at peace are always the best response, Pope Francis said in an interview with Germany's Die Zeit newspaper.

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Pope to visit Colombia as it emerges from half-century of war
March 10, 2017

Pope Francis will be visiting Colombia in mid-September as the Latin American nation works to implement a new peace deal and rebuild after 52 years of war.

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