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Churches around world urged to say Mass on Archbishop Sheen's birthday
April 14, 2017
A grass-roots effort calling on Catholic churches around the world to celebrate a special Mass on the May 8 birthday of the late Archbishop Fulton J. Sheen could see its goal of 1,000 Masses soon reached.
 
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Trump signs bill to let states redirect funds away from abortion clinics
April 13, 2017
Pope washes feet of 12 prison inmates at Holy Thursday Mass
Pope washes feet of 12 prison inmates at Holy Thursday Mass
April 13, 2017

In a gesture of service toward marginalized people, Pope Francis washed the feet of 12 inmates, including three women and a man who is converting from Islam to Catholicism.

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Pope to priests: Never separate truth, joy, mercy from the Gospel
Pope to priests: Never separate truth, joy, mercy from the Gospel
April 13, 2017

Always preach the whole truth of the Gospel with humility and respect and never be afraid to offer that truth just "one sip at a time," Pope Francis told the world's priests.

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U.S. strike on Syria raises moral questions about civilian security
April 12, 2017

The U.S. cruise missile strike on a Syrian air base days after chemical weapons were dropped on civilians in rebel-controlled territory further endangers innocent people, observers familiar with the just-war theory said.

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Vatican stamps mark Pope Benedict's birthday, Fatima apparitions
April 12, 2017

The Vatican stamp and coin office has big plans for early May: the release of stamps marking retired Pope Benedict XVI's 90th birthday and important events in the life of the church spanning almost 2,000 years.

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