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On May 24, Humayun Faisal Masih was burning newspapers in Sanda, a Christian district in Lahore’s northwest. Muslim onlookers accused him of blasphemy, alleging that some of the pages contained verses of the Quran.
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Justices Hear Oral Arguments for and Against Its Redefinition
Church Extends Relief After Massive Earthquake April 25
Assisted Suicide Shut Down Again
Longtime Spokeswoman for US Bishops Dies
Inaction Stalls Pain-Capable Abortion Ban
Beirut School Educates Refugees
Holy See Convenes Conference on Natural Sustainability
Holy See Forms Committee to Enhance Outreach
Family Matters: Married Life
American-Indian Student Darius Sparks Finds Focus Through Catholic Education
Liturgy of the Hours Anchors Co-Workers and Students
How long was there only an oral history of Christianity before the Bible was written?
Facts of Life
A Register experts forum.
The story of Pope Benedict's pontificate.
See you at the March for Life.
Jennifer Roback Morse on the enormous consequences of redefining an institution.
What the American College of Pediatricians and others say about the risks.
Learn about the support group for same-sex attracted Catholics.
The reality of sex-selection abortion abroad — and at home.
Serrin Foster's efforts bear fruit on campuses.
Web-only reflections on forthcoming Mass readings.
See how Catholic universities answer 10 questions about their Catholic identity.
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