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Russia’s Catholics (Catholic News Service)
12 Jul 2010 – Just off First Red Army Street in central St. Petersburg, down the road from an ornate Russian Orthodox cathedral, it’s easy to miss a building that represents the future of Russian Catholicism.   Read more...
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Russia’s Catholics (Catholic News Service)
12 Jul 2010 – Just off First Red Army Street in central St. Petersburg, down the road from an ornate Russian Orthodox cathedral, it’s easy to miss a building that represents the future of Russian Catholicism.   Read more...
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Iraqi Christian Leaders Seek Help (Catholic News Service)
02 Jul 2010 – The pastor of St. Peter Chaldean Catholic Cathedral in southern California said that Christians in Iraq “are facing extreme persecution.”   Read more...
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Canadian Cardinal Ouellet (Catholic News Service)
01 Jul 2010 – Pope Benedict XVI has appointed new heads of several Vatican departments, naming Canadian Cardinal Marc Ouellet of Quebec as prefect of the Congregation for Bishops.   Read more...
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Christian Unity (Catholic News Service)
01 Jul 2010 – Pope Benedict XVI has chosen Swiss Bishop Kurt Koch of Basel to be the new president of Pontifical Council for Promoting Christian Unity and of the Pontifical Commission for Religious Relations with the Jews.   Read more...
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We’re Number One! (web news)
07 Jun 2010 – ONE magazine received 11 awards from the Catholic Press Association of the United States and Canada. Judges were drawn from the secular press by the American Press Institute.  Read more...
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06 Apr 2010 – The confluence of the Eastern and Western Christian calendars that leads to a common celebration of Christ’s resurrection this year is a “symphony that expresses the unity of faith,” said Latin Patriarch Fouad Twal in his Easter homily at the Church of the Holy Sepulcher.   Read more...
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Security Taints Holy Land Easter (Catholic News Service)
06 Apr 2010 – In stark contrast to the crowds which teemed through the Via Dolorosa and the Church of the Holy Sepulcher Good Friday and Holy Saturday, the ancient church was not nearly as full on Easter as each Christian community celebrated services at separate pre-agreed times at the spot believed to be Jesus’ tomb.   Read more...


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