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Catholics protest 'pro-homosexual' priest at Misericordia University

Catholics protest 'pro-homosexual' priest at Misericordia University

A group of faithful Catholics were shocked to learn that Misericordia University in Pennsylvania has invited Father James Martin, S.J. to speak at th ...

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Prominent Jesuit priest issues appeal to Congress on DACA Dreamers

Prominent Jesuit priest issues appeal to Congress on DACA Dreamers

Rev. Michael J. Sheeran, S.J., president of the Association of Jesuit Colleges and Universities (AJCU), urged members of Congress who have graduated ...

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Jesuit priests give away 500 acres to Lakota Sioux nation

Jesuit priests give away 500 acres to Lakota Sioux nation

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WikiLeaks: Interfaith-leftist organization seeks Vatican influence in US politics

WikiLeaks: Interfaith-leftist organization seeks Vatican influence in US politics

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Ritual murder of albinos in East Africa

Ritual murder of albinos in East Africa

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No more theology at Marquette University

No more theology at Marquette University

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Afghanistan: fate of abducted priest is still unknown

Afghanistan: fate of abducted priest is still unknown

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Georgetown University law students to promote abortion

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India: Hindus demand death or conversion for Christians

The mother of an Evangelical Christian pastor was threatened with death and dismemberment if she does not convert. A Catholic school was attacked and a convent destroyed by Hindus.

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Two Catholic priests missing in Syria

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Pope Francis shows the way of humility, says Arizona writer

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Jesuits take on Catholic faith and Modernism

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Catholic scholar Michael Novak goes to bat for Republican budget in Congress

Catholic scholar Michael Novak goes to bat for Republican budget in Congress

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'Exorcist' author files lawsuit against Georgetown University

'Exorcist' author files lawsuit against Georgetown University

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On a day like today: St Robert Southwell and the sovereign state

On a day like today: St Robert Southwell and the sovereign state

Drawing a line connecting Elizabethan England to Obama's America: Faith vrs the Sovereign State.

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Georgetown University president 'disassociates' from Secretary Sebelius

Georgetown University president 'disassociates' from Secretary Sebelius

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A 'schism' among Catholics over Sebelius' address at Georgetown University

A 'schism' among Catholics over Sebelius' address at Georgetown University

Catholic bishop scolds Jesuits of Georgetown University for inviting HHS Secretary Kathleen Sebelius to speak at commencement.

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Catholic priests duke it out over nuns' reputation

Catholic priests duke it out over nuns' reputation

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Jesus and Judaism connection still matters, according to Jewish scholar

Jesus and Judaism connection still matters, according to Jewish scholar

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Catholic university faculty wants bishops to avoid 'rhetoric' about Obamacare

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India: Hindu radicals say tolerance for Christians is revoked

India: Hindu radicals say tolerance for Christians is revoked

St Joseph University Institute was attacked by hundreds of sword-wielding Hindu radicals demanding an end to Christian education in India.

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Land-mine deaths and incidents continue to rise

Land-mine deaths and incidents continue to rise

Thousands of landmines still litter Cambodia, left behind by US, Pol Pot, and Vietnamese military forces. Human rights groups say injuries still abound, years after the end of conflicts.

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Gay clubs active at Catholic colleges and universities

Gay clubs active at Catholic colleges and universities

Over 40% of Catholic universities in the US sponsor pro-gay clubs - TFP Student Action needs your help to "Save our Catholic Colleges" "All are welcome!" Except possibly those who accept the Church's full teaching on sexual morality.

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Jesuit colleges' 'sexual diversity' conference questioned

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With the sprinkling of blood was nourished a martyr

With the sprinkling of blood was nourished a martyr

St. Edmund Campion is celebrated for his defense of conscience as martyr of the Catholic Church. Another Englishman, Henry Walpole, was transformed as he witnessed Campions bloody death.

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Concern grows for refugees of Libya's 'Arab Spring'

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