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Catholic Church ramps up opposition to Minnesota anti-bullying bill. Calling it an extension of the push to legalize same-sex marriage

Archbishop Martin (Eamon not Diarmund) pledges to heal wounds of disillusioned

Milwaukee archdiocese: Archbishop Listecki leads Mass of Atonement, an annual event

Archives reveal LA cardinal's attempts to head off John Jay investigation

Editorial: Pope Francis should meet with the sisters

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Cardinal Pell speaks on advising Pope Francis on church reform

Cleveland Catholic Diocese fundraising campaign exceeds goal

Madison, Wis. -- Premilinary approval granted to convert Catholic school into student apartments

Melbourn, Australia -- Police arrest Catholic priest returned from Vatican on pedophilia charges

Texas -- Why Catholic Hospital Chain Wants In On The Houston Market

Kidnapped bishops raise fears of Syrian nightmare

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