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Jonathan Luxmoore - Catholic News ServiceMarch 27, 2018
The nuns are shown limbering up in their habits before strapping on gloves and slugging it out to the theme song from "Rocky."
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Jonathan Luxmoore - Catholic News ServiceMarch 22, 2018
Election monitors documented ballot stuffing and intimidation during Russia's election.
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Jonathan Luxmoore - Catholic News ServiceOctober 31, 2017
All but three of the 16 prefectures in the country are still controlled by armed gangs, despite the presence of U.N. peacekeepers.
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Jonathan Luxmoore - Catholic News ServiceAugust 22, 2017
An archbishop who inspected the Medjugorje shrine believes the Vatican will recognize the Marian apparitions, but Pope Francis has said of them, "This is not the mother of Jesus."
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Jonathan Luxmoore - Catholic News ServiceAugust 17, 2017
Kosovo's government backed the cathedral. Its foundation stone was laid in 2005 by the late President Ibrahim Rugova, a Muslim.
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Jonathan Luxmoore - Catholic News ServiceJuly 26, 2017
A Catholic aid worker warned of a worsening crisis in the Central African Republic, as church centers are attacked and more armed groups fight over territory and resources.
Sanaga River, Cameroon (Photo via Wikipedia Commons)
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Jonathan Luxmoore - Catholic News ServiceJune 07, 2017
Catholic leaders in Cameroon have urged prayers for one of the African country's bishops, whose remains were pulled from a river on June 2, three days after his apparent suicide.
Cardinal Philippe Barbarin of Lyon, France, is pictured before the start of Pope Francis' general audience in St. Peter's Square at the Vatican on April 26. (CNS photo/Paul Haring)
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Jonathan Luxmoore - Catholic News ServiceApril 27, 2017
Emmanuel Macron and Marine Le Pen will face off on May 7, when voters will choose who will be the French president for the next five years.
Women in Tegucigalpa, Honduras, protest the 2016 murder of environmental activist Berta Caceres March 1. (CNS photo/Gustavo Amador, EPA)
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Jonathan Luxmoore - Catholic News ServiceMarch 09, 2017
Bishop Alvaro Ramazzini Imeri is urging governments to ensure human rights are given priority in trade and investment by big companies when a U.N. treaty is developed this fall.
People in historical uniforms take part in the military parade in Moscow's Red Square in 2016. As preparations get underway for this year's 100th anniversary of the Russian Revolution, the country's small Catholic Church is keeping a low profile. (CNS photo/Maxim Shipenkov, EPA)
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Jonathan Luxmoore - Catholic News ServiceFebruary 10, 2017
Russian and Polish studies indicate that 422 Catholic priests were executed, murdered or tortured to death, along with 962 monks, nuns and laypeople.