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Thursday, February 28, 2002

  • CATHOLIC-ISLAMIC COMMITTEE CONDEMNS EXTREMISM
  • NIGERIAN BISHOPS SEEK NATIONAL UNITY
  • CHILEAN PRIEST CONFRONTS PRO-ABORTION "CATHOLIC" GROUP
  • POPE ASSURES: GOD NEVER ABANDONS THE SUFFERING
  • POLISH PRELATE FACES PRESSURE TO RESIGN
  • PHILADELPHIA CARDINAL APOLOGIZES TO ABUSE VICTIMS
  • STATES CONSIDER "IN GOD WE TRUST" MOTTO FOR SCHOOLS
  • EU COURT RULES HOMOSEXUALS CAN BE BANNED FROM ADOPTING
  • AUSTRALIAN CABINET BANS DESTRUCTIVE RESEARCH WITH HUMAN EMBRYOS
  • STEM-CELL RESEARCH GIVEN GO-AHEAD IN BRITAIN
  • ORTHODOX OBJECT TO POPE'S VIDEO APPEARANCE IN MOSCOW


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    February 27, 2002
  • CANONIZATION DATES FOR PADRE PIO, MSGR. ESCRIVA, JUAN DIEGO
  • VENEZUELAN GENERAL ASKS CHAVEZ TO RESIGN
  • GOD, NOT STATE, GIVES RIGHT TO LIFE
  • SAUDI PEACE PLAN OFFERS RAY OF MIDEAST HOPE
  • POPE TO MAKE TV APPEARANCE IN MOSCOW
  • BOMB SHAKES ROME; NO CASUALTIES
  • POPE TO VISIT GUATEMALA, MEXICO IN JULY
  • CATHOLIC PREGNANCY COUNSELOR IS ESCORT AT ABORTUARY
  • TUCSON DIOCESE NEEDS BORROWED FUNDS FOR SETTLEMENT
  • BUSH WELFARE REFORM PLAN CENTERS ON MARRIAGE, FAMILY

    February 26, 2002
  • VATICAN ACKNOWLEDGES COMPLAINTS ON POLISH PRELATE
  • ARTHRITIC KNEE FORCES POPE TO CANCEL APPEARANCE
  • WORTH YOUTH DAY CROSS AT GROUND ZERO
  • BRITISH FERTILITY WATCHDOG GIVES GO-AHEAD FOR EMBRYO SELECTION
  • BRITISH MAN'S PROTEST FOR RIGHT TO DIE
  • NEW VATICAN DOCUMENTS ON INTERNET DUE SOON
  • SOUTH AFRICAN BISHOPS EMPHASIZE AIDS PROGRAMS
  • ARGENTINE BISHOPS OPEN ROMAN COLLEGE
  • PAPAL THANKS FOR LENTEN RETREAT PREACHER
  • NEW PUSH FOR PEACE IN ANGOLA URGED
  • INDIA MOVES TO RESTRICT SEX-SELECTION ABORTION
  • POPE WARNS AGAINST UNRESTRICTED MEDICAL RESEARCH
  • PHILADELPHIA ARCHDIOCESE SUSPENDS PRIESTS
  • SUPREME COURT TURNS AWAY TEN COMMANDMENTS CASE
  • ACCUSED PRIEST REFUSES ORDER TO LEAVE PARISH

    February 22-25, 2002
  • CARDINAL SEEKS PERSPECTIVE ON CHILD ABUSE
  • PEACE PRIZE FOR CONTROVERSIAL BISHOP
  • IRISH BISHOP OPEN TO WOMEN'S ORDINATION
  • CHRISTIANS ARRESTED AS BUSH VISITS CHINA
  • CHINESE STUDENTS PLEASED WITH BUSH RELIGIOUS TALK
  • SUDAN AIR RAID KILLS 17 CIVILIANS
  • GLASGOW'S NEW ARCHBISHOP CALLS FOR END TO SECTARIANISM
  • UN TO BEGIN DELIBERATION ON PARTIAL BAN OF HUMAN CLONING
  • JUSTICE DEPT. SEEKS DISMISSAL OF ASSISTED SUICIDE SUIT

    February 21, 2002
  • POPE MEETS SYRIAN PRESIDENT ASSAD
  • BUSH PRESSES CHINA ON RELIGIOUS FREEDOM
  • POPE PUSHES FOR WIDER USE OF LATIN
  • RATZINGER EXPLAINS ASSISI PRAYER MEETING
  • FORMER BOSTON PRIEST GETS 9-YEAR TERM FOR SEX ABUSE
  • PAPAL CONDOLENCES TO DISASTER VICTIMS
  • PONTIFICAL ACADEMY FOR LIFE TO DISCUSS NATURAL LAW
  • MILAN CATHOLICS WANT VOICE IN SELECTING ARCHBISHOP


    February 20, 2002
  • ORTHODOX PRELATE SAYS ICON "STOLEN" BY VATICAN
  • VATICAN ARCHIVISTS RUSH TO DECLASSIFY WWII DOCUMENTS
  • MEXICO SUPREME COURT'S PRO-ABORTION DECISION APPEALED
  • SUPREME COURT LEANS TOWARD APPROVAL OF VOUCHERS
  • EGYPTIAN MUSLIMS, CHRISTIANS CLASH AS CHURCH OPENS
  • BUSH PLEDGES TO DISCUSS RELIGION WITH CHINESE LEADER
  • SUDAN AERIAL BOMBING KILLS TWO CHILDREN
  • KOREAN ARCHBISHOP HOPES FOR HELP FROM BUSH
  • BRAZILIAN TRADITIONALISTS NEVER WANTED SCHISM

    February 19, 2002
  • GUATEMALA INVITES POPE TO VISIT FOR CANONIZATION
  • NORTH KOREA NEEDS AID, NOT ARMS
  • ZIMBABWE CHRISTIANS ARRESTED, RELEASED AFTER PRAYER SERVICE
  • CARDINAL HUMMES REFLECTS ON LENTEN RETREAT
  • POPE TO MEET SYRIA'S PRESIDENT ASSAD
  • VATICAN RADIO CASE THROWN OUT BY ITALIAN COURT
  • ALABAMA SUPREME COURT RULES HOMOSEXUALITY A DANGER FOR CHILDREN
  • ROME TO CONTEND WITH ABORTION COUNSELING GERMAN BISHOP SOON

    February 18, 2002
  • PRESIDENT'S BIOETHICS COUNCIL STALEMATES ON CLONING
  • VIETNAM REJECTS CHARGE OF RELIGIOUS PERSECUTION
  • ROME EXORCIST SAYS POPE HAS PERFORMED EXORCISMS
  • HINDU EXTREMISTS ATTACK INDIAN CHURCH
  • CARDINAL DISAPPOINTED BY RUSSIAN SNUB
  • POPE EMPHASIZES PENANCE IN TWO APPEARANCES

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