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Resurrection is not symbol, but reality, pope says

Catholic News Service VATICAN CITY -- Christ's resurrection is not a mere symbol of life and renewal but is the true source of a love...

Physicists at Vatican discuss nature of universe

Catholic News Service VATICAN CITY -- World-renown physicists, who study everything from imperceptible particles to the expanding cosmos, came together for a Vatican-sponsored conference on...

Pope prays for victims of flooding in Thailand, Italy

By Carol Glatz Catholic News Service VATICAN CITY — Pope Benedict XVI expressed his concern for those hit by extreme flooding in Thailand and parts of...

Pope asks Christians to help world’s migrants

Catholic News Service VATICAN CITY -- Christians need to offer migrants special care, ranging from prayer and concrete aid to promoting policies that uphold immigrants'...

Pope: Silence, solitude needed

Catholic News Service VATICAN CITY -- Endless news, noise and crowds have made people afraid of silence and solitude, which are essential for finding...

Famine in Africa risks ‘lost generation’

VATICAN CITY (CNS) — Not only are millions of lives at risk in the Horn of Africa due to hunger and drought, those who...

Vatican official: No room for Catholics supporting death penalty

Catholic News Service VATICAN CITY — The Catholic Church’s position on capital punishment has evolved considerably over the centuries. And as a result, “it is...

In centuries-old buildings, some Vatican workers have techie paradise

VATICAN LETTER Catholic News Service VATICAN CITY -- Looking at the centuries-old buildings and palaces, not many people would know that the Vatican has become...

US cardinal helped finalize pope’s visit with Vietnam’s president

Catholic News Service VATICAN CITY -- U.S. Cardinal Bernard F. Law helped finalize plans for the first ever meeting of a president of communist...

US group gives Vatican ways to put social encyclical into action

Catholic News Service VATICAN CITY -- A group of U.S. Catholic Latino business leaders presented Vatican officials detailed reflections on how laypeople can fulfill...

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