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Pro-lifer Shares her Story on Adopting out Baby Boy to Give...

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By Christina Gray SAN FRANCISCO (CNS) -- Kathy Folan had many dreams as a young philosophy student at the University of San Francisco in the...

Northwest Bishops Experience Encouragement, Fraternity, Unity with Pope

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VATICAN CITY (CNS) -- Bishops from the northwestern United States spent more than two and half hours with Pope Francis and came away talking...

Arzobispo Gómez el Primer Latino elegido Presidente de USCCB

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(Conferencia Estadounidense de Obispos Católicos) BALTIMORE (CNS) – El Arzobispo José H. Gómez de Los Angeles fue elegido a un termino de 3 años como...

Sínodo Analiza la ‘Teología de la Creación’ Indígena

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Por Barbara J. Fraser Catholic News Service CIUDAD DEL VATICANO (CNS) -- Al exigir respeto por las culturas de los pueblos indígenas, el papa Francisco no...

Papa Creará 13 Nuevos Cardenales en Octubre

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Por Cindy Wooden Catholic News Service CIUDAD DEL VATICANO (CNS) --El papa Francisco anunció que creará 13 nuevos cardenales el 5 de octubre, escogiendo prelados de...

Enjoying the Best Of Life

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By Father Eugene HemrickCatholic News Service Has the news, weather or unexpected disappointments gotten you down? St. Ignatius of Loyola’s spiritual exercise of the “examen”...

California Bishops Applaud Governor for Moratorium On Death Penalty

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SACRAMENTO, Calif. (CNS) -- The Catholic bishops of California welcomed the March 13 decision by Democratic Governor Gavin Newsom. “We appreciate this recognition that the...

Judge Sentences Cardinal Pell to Six Years in Prison on Abuse...

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MELBOURNE, Australia (CNS) -- Cardinal George Pell, 77, was sentenced to six years in prison March 13, just over two weeks after a Melbourne...

Georgetown University Troubled by Coach’s Involvement in College Scam

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WASHINGTON (CNS) -- Officials at Georgetown University were “deeply troubled” to learn that the school’s former tennis coach, Gordon Ernst, is alleged to be...

For Lent, Irish Catholics Urged to Abandon ‘Weapons of Mass Distraction’

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DUBLIN (CNS) -- Alcohol, smoking and chocolates are some of the most well-known vices that people traditionally give up during Lent. But now Massgoers...