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  • Long lines of pilgrims to venerate relics of Padre Pio in Rome : News Headlines | Catholic Culture
    Home On Facebook On Twitter eNewsletters Site Tour Web Widgets Feeds Contact Us Advertise Subscribe Login Donate News Home Important Popular Week Month Archives About CWN Catholic World News Long lines of pilgrims to venerate relics of Padre Pio in Rome February 05 2016 Tens of thousands of pilgrims have lined up in Rome to venerate the remains of St Pio of Pietrelcina Padre Pio and St Leopold Mandic Relics of the two saints will be exposed for veneration at different churches in Rome through February 11 The relics of the two Capuchin saints arrived in Rome on February 5 delayed more than an hour by the dense crowds that lined the roads Padre Pio one of the most popular saints of the 20th century was renowned as a confessor and has been credited with an enormous number of miracles References Saint Pio Church adversary beloved by faithful ANSA Faithful queue to pay homage to Padre Pio remains in Rome ANSA Upcoming Jubilee events veneration of relics of Padre Pio commissioning of Missionaries of Mercy CWN 1 29 Sound Off CatholicCulture org supporters weigh in All comments are moderated To lighten our editing burden only current donors are allowed to

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  • Obama, at mosque, defends religious liberty : News Headlines | Catholic Culture
    added Catholics including most prominently JFK John F Kennedy when he ran for President was accused of being disloyal There was a suggestion that he would be taking orders from the Pope as opposed to upholding his constitutional duties Anti Semitism in this country has a sad and long history and Jews were excluded routinely from colleges and professions and from public office And so if we re serious about freedom of religion and I m speaking now to my fellow Christians who remain the majority in this country we have to understand an attack on one faith is an attack on all our faiths And just as faith leaders including Muslims must speak out when Christians are persecuted around the world or when anti Semitism is on the rise because the fact is is that there are Christians who are targeted now in the Middle East despite having been there for centuries and there are Jews who ve lived in places like France for centuries who now feel obliged to leave because they feel themselves under assault sometimes by Muslims We have to be consistent in condemning hateful rhetoric and violence against everyone And that includes against Muslims here in the United States of America References Remarks by the President at Islamic Society of Baltimore White House Obama visits US mosque says impression of Muslims distorted AP Sound Off CatholicCulture org supporters weigh in All comments are moderated To lighten our editing burden only current donors are allowed to Sound Off If you are a donor log in to see the comment form otherwise please support our work and Sound Off Show 4 Comments Hidden Hide Comments Posted by Randal Mandock Feb 06 2016 5 23 PM ET USA JFK 12 Sep 1960 Judge me on the basis of

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  • Sierra Leone prelate speaks out against abortion : News Headlines | Catholic Culture
    record for the number of gifts this month Goal 1 000 769 to go Catholic World News Sierra Leone prelate speaks out against abortion February 05 2016 Lawmakers in Sierra Leone sometimes ranked as the world s poorest nation have passed a law legalizing abortion and the bill awaits the president s signature Joining other Christian and Muslim leaders the nation s leading prelate Archbishop Edward Tamba Charles of Freetown spoke out against the legislation Our lawmakers passed a bill that in my view amounts to a clear choice of the culture of death contrary to our much treasured culture of life he said recently adding It is against this background that we the religious leaders both Christians and Muslims in accordance with our mandate to provide a the prophetic voice for our people are taking this initiative to register our opposition to the Safe Abortion Bill because it is represents a philosophy a worldview and an ideology that is alien to the cultures of the people of this country and it proposes actions that are contrary to our religious beliefs and cultural values References The Archbishop of Freetown calls for the protection human life and for more investment in

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  • Former Salvadoran colonel faces extradition, trial for 1989 murder of six Jesuits : News Headlines | Catholic Culture
    Archives About CWN Catholic World News Former Salvadoran colonel faces extradition trial for 1989 murder of six Jesuits February 05 2016 A court in North Carolina has approved a request for the extradition of a former Salvadoran army officer so that he can face trial in Spain on charges connected with the 1989 murder of six Jesuit priests in El Salvador The court found that substantial evidence showed that Orlando Montano Morales was a decision maker and member of a group of officers who collectively ordered the unlawful killings of Jesuit priests If the Secretary of State approves he will be sent to Spain for trial Spain whose prosecutors have aggressively pursued allegations of human rights violations in other countries had indicted the former Salvadoran army colonel along with nineteen others Montano who has lived in the US since the early 2000s was the only potential defendant who could be extradited to face the Spanish charges The others living in El Salvador are protected by an amnesty that covers participants in the country s civil war Montano has insisted that he is innocent of involvement in the Jesuits murders References Judge Ex Salvadoran colonel can face charges in Spain AP

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  • New bishop for Anglican ordinariate means 'we're here to stay' : News Headlines | Catholic Culture
    Widgets Feeds Contact Us Advertise Subscribe Login Donate News Home Important Popular Week Month Archives About CWN Catholic World News New bishop for Anglican ordinariate means we re here to stay February 05 2016 The ordination of the first bishop to lead the Anglican ordinariate in the United States means we re here to say Msgr Harry Entwistle who leads the Anglican ordinariate in Australia told the I National Catholic Register i Bishop Stephen Lopes a California native who had been working at the Vatican s Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith was ordained this week to lead the Ordinariate of the Chair of St Peter which serves Catholics of the Anglican tradition throughout the United States While working at the Vatican Bishop Lopes helped to work out the special arrangement that was codified by Pope Benedict XVI in Anglicanorum Coetibus setting up the ordinariates that have welcomed hundreds of Anglicans into the Catholic fold There are now 42 Catholic communities in the US under the ordinariate with 62 priests References First Anglican Ordinariate Bishop Ordained It Means We re Here to Stay National Catholic Register Sound Off CatholicCulture org supporters weigh in All comments are moderated To lighten

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  • Pontifical council, World Council of Churches discuss Christian witness in multi-faith world : News Headlines | Catholic Culture
    Facebook On Twitter eNewsletters Site Tour Web Widgets Feeds Contact Us Advertise Subscribe Login Donate News Home Important Popular Week Month Archives About CWN Action Alert SOLIDARITY MONTH 10 is as good as 1 000 Help set a new record for the number of gifts this month Goal 1 000 769 to go Catholic World News Pontifical council World Council of Churches discuss Christian witness in multi faith world February 05 2016 Officials from the World Council of Churches and the Pontifical Council for Interreligious Dialogue met in Geneva on February 3 and 4 to discuss their 2011 document Christian Witness in a Multi Religious World Recommendations for Conduct The meeting in Geneva offered the opportunity to reflect on future partnerships between the two institutions in the light of their mutual desire to build further on the impetus given by the celebration of this important document according to a Vatican statement References Communiqué Annual meeting between the Pontifical Council for Interreligious Dialogue PCID and the Office for Interreligious Dialogue and Cooperation IRDC of the World Council of Churches WCC Sound Off CatholicCulture org supporters weigh in All comments are moderated To lighten our editing burden only current donors are allowed

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  • Australia’s religious speak out against Pacific trade deal : News Headlines | Catholic Culture
    Subscribe Login Donate News Home Important Popular Week Month Archives About CWN Catholic World News Australia s religious speak out against Pacific trade deal February 05 2016 Catholic Religious Australia which represents the nation s male and female religious orders has joined a coalition opposing swift ratification of the Trans Pacific Partnership the trade agreement signed by 12 nations on February 4 The coalition expressed concerns about economic costs and the extension of medicine and copyright monopolies and also called for independent health environment human rights and labor rights assessments In 2015 New Zealand s Catholic and Anglican bishops expressed great concern about the lack of transparency in the negotiations In 2014 the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops stated that it took no position on the agreement but offered eight principles for consideration References Trans Pacific Partnership trade deal signed but years of negotiations still to come Reuters Calling for a stop to ratify Trans Pacific Partnership Catholic Religious Australia Anglican and Catholic bishops urge transparency by Government on Trans Pacific Partnership Catholic Church in Aotearoa New Zealand USCCB remember workers when discussing Pacific free trade agreement CWN 1 21 14 Sound Off CatholicCulture org supporters weigh in All

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  • Zambia's president meets with Pontiff : News Headlines | Catholic Culture
    Reviews What You Need to Know Catholic Dictionary Catechism Church Fathers Most Collection Free eBooks Connect Home On Facebook On Twitter eNewsletters Site Tour Web Widgets Feeds Contact Us Advertise Subscribe Login Donate News Home Important Popular Week Month Archives About CWN Catholic World News Zambia s president meets with Pontiff February 05 2016 Pope Francis met on February 5 with President Edgar Chagwa Lungu of Zambia A Vatican statement released after the meeting indicated that the conversation had centered on Church state relations with a particular emphasis on the involvement of the Catholic Church in the fields of education and health care as well as the drive to ease poverty and encourage cultural dialogue The Pope also spoke with the Zambian leader about political topics including both general topics such as climate change and migration and issues specific to Africa such as the prospects for peace in the Great Lakes region References The Pope receives the president of Zambia VIS Sound Off CatholicCulture org supporters weigh in All comments are moderated To lighten our editing burden only current donors are allowed to Sound Off If you are a donor log in to see the comment form otherwise please support

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