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Update: Archbishop Cordileone arrested on DUI suspicion. Archbishop-elect Cordileone releases statement.

Election 2012 -- Pro-life Dems to challenge party at convention

Election 2012 -- Cardinal Dolan to Romney, Obama: Pledge to play nice.Pushing K of C civility pledge

Election 2012 -- Opinion: GOP prays for a Latino Catholic miracle by Hernan Molina

Israel -- Rachel Corrie ruling 'deeply troubling', says her family American activist's family vows to appeal against Israeli court's ruling that her 2003 death was a 'regrettable accident'

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THE Common Market for Eastern and Southern Africa has paid tribute to the Catholic Church for its role in resolving conflicts affecting member States.

Syria -- Melchite Greek Catholic archbishop of Aleppo, Jean-Clement Jeanbart flees Syria for Lebenon after his offices were ransacked.

A new strategy for reducing abortion?

The National Snow and Ice Data Center said satellite records suggest arctic sea ice cover reached its lowest level in recorded history last weekend.

A Church Reborn: The Second Vatican Council 50th Anniversary Issue

NCR's sister publication, Celebration, posts reflections on each day's Scripture reading. Here's a link: You may want to bookmark it. It's a great way to begin the day.

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