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Two U.S. evangelists to advise Vatican group

Catholic News Service VATICAN CITY — Pope Benedict XVI named two Catholic evangelists from the United States to help advise the Pontifical Council for Promoting...

To follow Gospel is to follow Christ, pope says

Catholic News Service VATICAN CITY -- Following the Gospel is not adhering to a doctrine or code of ethics but entails truly following the person...

Accountability needed for sex abuse prevention, says Vatican official

Catholic News Service VATICAN CITY -- Child abuse prevention policies will never work without accountability and an unwavering commitment to children’s welfare, said the Vatican's...

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...

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