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Jerusalem Bishop Hopes Gaza Ceasefire Holds

No one is a winner after seven weeks of armed conflict, Bishop Shomali said.

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‘Coming Home’ to the New Evangelization

EWTN will premiere a 13-episode television series this fall, produced by the evangelization group Catholics Come Home.

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Understaffed and Underequipped Against Ebola

Deacon Timothy Flanigan, an infectious disease clinician, discusses the struggle to contain the epidemic in Africa.

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Australian Catholic Youth Festival Set for Adelaide in 2015

The theme of the Dec. 3-5 event is ‘Blessed are the pure in heart, for they shall see God.’

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Muslim Scholar: ‘A Reform for the Islamic World Is Needed’

Professor of Arabic language Wael Farouq decried the violence perpetrated by Islamic fundamentalists in Iraq, saying ‘Islamic practice today needs a deep reform to the conception of every Muslim that violence is against the principles of our religion.'

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California Places Abortion Mandate on Catholic Universities’ Insurers

But Gov. Jerry Brown’s administration may have jeopardized billions in federal dollars for California by aggressively pursuing its abortion agenda, critics say.

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Symbolon Program Aims to Form Adult Catholics

The faith-formation resource is now available in its complete version on DVD and through a special digital-subscription program for mobile devices.

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New Abortion Controversy Roils Irish Politics

Pro-abortion activists and politicians are utilizing a case where a pregnant woman threatened to commit suicide to lobby for further changes to Ireland’s abortion law.

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Faith Offers Healing to Ferguson’s Wounds

Throughout the St. Louis suburb’s ordeal, Catholic clergy have joined with other faith leaders in raising their voices for peace to solve issues of race and justice.

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