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LCWR: Vatican meeting 'difficult,' with 'differing perspectives'

Removing Fr. Roy: Following dismissal vote, Bourgeois says Maryknoll's tone different A June 6 meeting between his superior general and him saw no discussion of his removal and instead focused on a discussion of the rights of conscience of Catholics.

Opinion by Bill Keller: The Rottweiler’s Rottweiler the official church has moved far enough to the right that Bill Donohue now speaks for its mainstream.

Kansas City, Mo. -- Latest hearing in case against Kansas City diocese, Bishop Finn

United Kingdom -- Anti-gay marriage activists 'face intolerance', claims Lord Carey Opponents of gay marriage are facing intolerance in the ongoing debate over a change in the law, the former Archbishop of Canterbury has said.

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Canada: Catholic archbishop of Vancouver calls on government to appeal euthanasia ruling

Forth Worth, Texas -- Catholics aim to put scandal behind them

Real Catholic TV service removes 'Catholic' from new name Along with its new name, ChurchMilitant.TV also has a new TV studio, which Voris promised would be “a bastion, a fort, a fortress on the battlefield, from which great volleys are hurled against the ancient enemy.”

Australia -- A unified Church? Pope gives hope to Anglo-Catholics

St. Paul, Minn. -- Archdiocese strips Catholic Spirit (the diocesan newspaper) workers of their union contract

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