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Facing protests within the organization, massive budget cuts and a complete reorganization, the Canadian Catholic Organization for Development and Peace has held a Dec. 1 heart-to-heart with the president of the Canadian Conference of Catholic Bishops.
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I am humbled by Archbishop Smith's invitation to share with you the experience of my relationship with Christ. Indeed, that relationship determines everything about my path in evangelizing the social and political order through my work with the Canadian Catholic Organization for Development and Peace.
VATICAN CITY – The universal Church needs Catholics in the Americas who are joyful missionaries, well-catechized and faithful to the teachings of the Church, Pope Benedict said.
VATICAN CITY – The Catholic Church can learn something from other Christians about the initial step of bringing people to faith in Jesus, said the preacher of the papal household.
Pro-life demonstrators hold signs during a candlelight vigil outside the Irish parliament in Dublin Dec. 4.
When the Catholic Church affirms the importance of how all the faithful understand matters of faith and morals, it is not saying Catholic beliefs are open to a popular vote, Pope Benedict said.
The Vatican is offering a new app that provides live streaming of papal events and video feeds from the Vatican’s six webcams.
To celebrate the launch of his new Twitter account, Pope Benedict will tweet the answers to a handful of questions from his followers.
Dave Brubeck, the influential pianist whose composition Take Five became a standard in the annals of jazz, died of heart failure Dec. 5, one day before his 92nd birthday.
Every time you ask a question about your TV, even if it doesn’t answer back, you’re doing the right thing.