DAILY NEWS HEADLINES

January 31, 2002


  • RUSSIAN PATRIARCH WARMER TOWARD PAPAL TRIP TO MOSCOW
  • POPE VISITS ROME'S NEWEST SECULAR UNIVERSITY
  • NEW NAME FOR VATICAN POLICE FORCE
  • SUDAN REPORTS CEASE-FIRE IS HOLDING
  • ARGENTINE FOREIGN MINISTER VISITS VATICAN
  • PRELATE COUNSELS TRIBUNAL JUDGES AGAINST DISCOURAGEMENT
  • MASSACHUSETTS TO REQUIRE CONTRACEPTIVE COVERAGE
  • CLONING FIRM DRAWS STEM CELLS FROM MONKEY EMBRYOS
  • VENEZUELA BISHOPS WILL KEEP CRITICIZING CHAVEZ DESPITE THREATS
  • MORNING-AFTER PILLS TAKEN BY 25,000 UK GIRLS LAST YEAR
  • BUSH MAKES UNBORN CHILDREN ELIGIBLE FOR TAXPAYER HEALTH CARE
  • BOSTON ARCHDIOCESE IDENTIFIES ACCUSED PRIESTS

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    January 30, 2002
  • RIO CARDINAL DELIGHTED BY TRADITIONALISTS' RETURN
  • FIND GOD THROUGH GLORY OF NATURE, POPE SAYS
  • INDIA MOVES TO STOP SEX-SELECTION ABORTIONS
  • COMING: VATICAN DIRECTORY ON POPULAR PIETY
  • RELIGIOUS HATRED LAW MOVES STEP CLOSER IN BRITAIN
  • BRITISH PRO-LIFERS COULD BE SUED BY AMERICAN GROUP
  • LEADING PHARMACY JOURNAL SAYS MORNING-AFTER PILL ABORTIFACIENT
  • BIPARTISAN COALITION ASKS BUSH TO HALT UNFPA FUNDS
  • SUPREME COURT ASKED TO OVERTURN RICO RULING AGAINST PRO-LIFERS
  • VENEZUELA CARDINAL: CHAVEZ NEEDS MIRACLE
  • ABORTIONIST INDICTED FOR SEX ABUSE
  • PEORIA PRIEST ARRESTED FOR MAKING DATE-RAPE DRUG

    January 29, 2002
  • CONFERENCE ADDRESSES CATHOLIC-JEWISH HISTORY
  • POPE MEETS BISHOPS OF TAIWAN
  • UGANDAN BISHOPS QUESTION ISLAMIC IDENTITY
  • PAPAL CONDOLENCES FOR DISASTER VICTIMS
  • KOREAN PRIESTS TO SERVE JAPANESE DIOCESE
  • GROUP PROTESTS IN VITRO PROCESS IN VIRGINIA
  • CANADIAN COURT CASE DEBATES HOMOSEXUALITY IN SCHOOLS
  • VENEZUELA BISHOPS REJECT CHAVEZ'S INVITATION

    January 28, 2002
  • POPE SALUTES "SPIRIT OF ASSISI"
  • POPE ASKS LAWYERS: UPHOLD MARITAL BOND
  • NEW CATHOLIC CATHEDRAL DEDICATED IN ALBANIA
  • CHINESE BIBLE SMUGGLER AVOIDS DEATH SENTENCE
  • BISHOP SUSPENDS TWO SOCIETY OF ST. JOHN PRIESTS
  • KIDNAPPED PRIEST STILL ALIVE IN PHILIPPINES
  • ITALY TO BLOCK EMBRYO "EXPORTS"
  • VENEZUELAN PRESIDENT ATTACKS BISHOPS

    January 25-27, 2002
  • BOSTON MAY REPORT UP TO 50 PRIEST-ABUSERS
  • DEATH THREATS MAR NORTHERN IRELAND CONFERENCE
  • MOSCOW PRAYER SERVICE MATCHES ASSISI
  • POPE HOSTS LUNCHEON FOR ASSISI PARTICIPANTS
  • UN COMMITTEE "EXPERT" ADMITS ABORTION "HAZARDOUS"
  • CHINESE WOMAN WHO UNDERWENT FORCED ABORTION ACCUSES UNFPA
  • BRITISH TORIES NOW PRO-GAY "MARRIAGE"
  • CHILEAN SENATE FEARS FOR SOVEREIGNTY IF UN DOCUMENT RATIFIED
  • PRAYER BEFORE MEALS DEFENDED AT VIRGINIA MILITARY INSTITUTE
  • US PONDERS BREAKING TIES WITH ARAFAT
  • MINORITY RELIGIONS IN US MIGHT BE EVEN SMALLER

    January 24, 2002

  • POPE ARRIVES AT ASSISI FOR DAY OF PRAYER
  • ISLAMIC LEADER HOPES ASSISI HAS IMPACT
  • GREEK LEADER EXPLAINS ABSENCE FROM ASSISI
  • POPE WELCOMES GUESTS TO ASSISI
  • OPENING STATEMENTS AT ASSISI PRAYER SERVICE
  • ASSISI PRAYER MEETING CONCLUDES
  • OFFICIAL ESTIMATE OF MARCH FOR LIFE ATTENDANCE: 100,000
  • ADULT STEM CELL BESTS ALL CLAIMS OF EMBRYONIC STEM CELLS
  • FINLAND ALLOWS OVER-THE-COUNTER SALES OF MORNING-AFTER
  • BRITISH PEERS TO CONSIDER GAY "MARRIAGE" BILL
  • CURSE" OF FIRST MORNING-AFTER PILL AD
  • WITCH TEACHES RELIGION AT BRITISH CATHOLIC UNIVERSITY
  • REBEL UNION BOOSTS PEACE HOPES IN SUDA
  • ABORTIONISTS SUE OVER SOUTH DAKOTA LAW

    January 23, 2002

  • ANNUAL PRO-LIFE MASS GATHERS THOUSANDS
  • IRISH PRO-LIFERS TO CHALLENGE MORNING-AFTER PILLS
  • POLL: ONLY ONE PERCENT OF IVY LEAGUE PROFS ARE PRO-LIFE
  • TIGHT SECURITY IN ASSISI FOR INTER-RELIGIOUS MEETING
  • POPE ASKS PRAYERS FOR SUCCESS OF ASSISI EVENT
  • IRISH MILITANT CONVICTED IN OMAGH BOMBING
  • VATICAN BACKS PACT AGAINST BIOLOGICAL WEAPONS
  • CALL FOR ANGLICAN CHURCH TO LOSE "OFFICIAL" POSITION IN ENGLAND
  • BRITISH OPPOSITION TO GAY ADOPTION BILL
  • EUROPEAN COURT TO RULE ON BRITISH SUICIDE CASE

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