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Cindy Wooden - Catholic News ServiceAugust 01, 2014
After nine years of study and consultation, Vatican says it stays put, but urges education.
Palestinians on Aug. 1 walking in the rubble of destroyed houses in Khan Younis, hit by Israeli shelling and airstrikes.
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Cindy Wooden - Catholic News ServiceAugust 01, 2014
The president of Caritas Internationalis suggested Israeli and Hamas leaders pick up a pair of binoculars so they could see that "most of your victims are innocent people." Honduran Cardinal Oscar Rodriguez Maradiaga of Tegucigalpa, president of the Vatican-based umbrella organization for
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Cindy Wooden - Catholic News ServiceJuly 30, 2014
Global campaign against trafficking must focus on victims and survivors.
Jean-Baptise de Franssu, new president of Vatican bank, and outgoing president Ernst Von Freyberg pose during news conference. (CNS photo/Tony Gentile, Reuters)
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Cindy Wooden - Catholic News ServiceJuly 09, 2014
Bank must be 'a model of financial management rather than a cause for occasional scandal.'
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Cindy Wooden - Catholic News ServiceJune 16, 2014
Although they have not yet reached full unity, Roman Catholics and Anglicans continue their dialogue, come together in prayer and work side by side, including on a new project to combat human trafficking around the world."I thank God that, as disciples sent to heal a wounded world, we stand tog
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Cindy Wooden - Catholic News ServiceJune 05, 2014
Popes pray for peace it is part of their ministry And when war is raging or peace negotiations seem hopelessly bogged down recent popes have invited leaders of other Christian traditions and other faiths to join them in prayer Pope Francis has put a twist on the interreligious prayer gathering by