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Viewpoint: ‘The cry of humanity: peace, peace’

That Halloween season Strategic Air Command bombers with bright orange markings started flying low over our schoolyard to land about four miles away at...

Women tell the stories of two healings through intercession of two...

Catholic News Service VATICAN CITY — People said Floribeth Mora Diaz was crazy to think Blessed John Paul II interceded with God to heal her...

Viewpoint Two newest saints were voices for the voiceless

Saints Popes John XXIII and John Paul II prophetically raised their voices on behalf of the suffering masses. The two popes, who will be...

Vatican expects a million pilgrims for canonizations of John XXIII, John...

Catholic News Service VATICAN CITY — Just over five weeks before the canonizations of Blesseds John XXIII and John Paul II, Rome hotels are reporting...

Istanbul residents recall former neighbor Angelo Roncalli, future saint

ISTANBUL — A large, beige-colored building sits on a corner of a semi-quiet street in Istanbul’s Sisli district. The stone structure once housed Archbishop Angelo...

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