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Young Catholics sip beer and kick back in the crypt beneath the Basilica of St. Charles, home to the GP2 bar and youth club in downtown Rome.
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Faberge decorative Easter eggs belonging to the collection of The Link of Times foundation are being displayed in an exhibit at the Vatican Museums.
The president of the Pakistani bishops' conference has called for the arrest of a U.S. Protestant pastor whose decision to burn the Islamic sacred book has caused fury in the Muslim world and the deaths of more than 20 people.
The cloistered Augustine nun who has written the meditations for Pope Benedict's Way of the Cross service said she strived for simplicity to give a voice to children who have been abused in the Church and beyond.
Because materialism, secularism and individualism are "rapidly enveloping our society and culture," Washington Cardinal Donald Wuerl urged Catholics to actively participate in the Church's new evangelization efforts "to proclaim the Gospel anew."
Within a decade, collection baskets may be collecting more dust than cheques as more Catholics switch to electronic giving.
Genuine love for others is the cornerstone of charity, but it needs to be backed up by concrete action to be a complete expression of God's love for humanity, the papal preacher said.
Church giving in the U.S. is beginning to rebound from challenges posed by the recession, according to a new survey involving mostly Protestant churches.
Paul Bhatti, brother of the former Pakistani minister for minorities who was murdered by Islamic extremists, said he and his family forgive his brother's assassins.
Pope John Paul's life and ministry were built on prayer and on witnessing to the Gospel, Pope Benedict said after watching a Polish-produced documentary about his predecessor.