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Philippines -- Manila floods force 270,000 to flee

Catholic Nuns Weigh Vatican Order

Maryland -- Catholic supporters of same-sex marriage to hold news conference

Cebuano City, Philippines -- Where the Catholic vote is crucial . Cebuanos turned out in droves to join the massive Anti-Reproductive Health (RH) bill prayer rally

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Vatican Observatory director says Curiosity will expand human knowledge

Press Release: Archbishop Denis Hart of the Archdiocese of Melbourne said today that Melbourne’s The Age newspaper was holding Catholicism up for ridicule in an article published in The Age this morning.

Leon, Mexico -- The arrest of a man after a woman objected to him kissing his female companion in public has prompted a "kiss-in" protest in a conservative Mexican city.

A PHILADELPHIA judge on Monday denied bail to Monsignor William Lynn, the Catholic priest who was sentenced last month to serve three to six years in state prison for his role in enabling another priest to sexually abuse an altar boy.

Press Release: Sex abuse victims to protest outside nuns’ conference

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