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March 29, 2002

  • POLISH ARCHBISHOP RESIGNS UNDER PRESSURE
  • AT CHRISM MASS, POPE ASKS PRAYERS FOR TROUBLED PRIESTS
  • POPE PRESIDES-- NOT AS CELEBRANT-- AT HOLY THURSDAY MASS
  • PAPAL HEATLH WOES CAUSING CHANGES, CONCERNS
  • BISHOP CONDEMNS CHINESE OVARY TRANSPLANT



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    March 28, 2002
  • AMERICANS WARNED OF POTENTIAL ATTACKS IN ITALY ON EASTER
  • FILM ON VATICAN BANK SCANDAL PULLED FROM ITALIAN THEATERS
  • SUSPECT HELD IN COLOMBIAN PRELATE'S DEATH
  • POPE-- APPEARING DESPITE RUMORS-- LOOKS TO EASTER TRIDUUM
  • POLISH CHURCH AWAITS VATICAN ACTION ON POZNAN ARCHBISHOP
  • MISSIONARIES DECRY "HASTY" EXECUTION OF PRIEST'S KILLERS
  • RESEARCHER BOASTS EMBRYONIC STEM CELLS USED TO MAKE BLOOD VESSELS
  • BIRTH CONTROL PILL LINKED TO INCREASED RISK OF CERVICAL CANCER
  • HUMAN RIGHTS, ECONOMIC GROWTH GO TOGETHER
  • NEW LATIN-RITE DIOCESE IN UKRAINE
  • GREEK ORTHODOX PRELATE SEES MAJOR ECUMENICAL PROGRESS

    March 27, 2002
  • POPE'S HOLY WEEK SCHEDULE UNCHANGED DESPITE HEALTH CONCERNS
  • PRIEST'S KILLERS EXECUTED IN UGANDA
  • BUSH NOMINEE UNDERMINES POLICY, PRO-LIFER CHARGES
  • VANCOUVER ARCHBISHOP GRANTS VICTORY TO PARENTS IN SEX ED BATTLE
  • LAWSUIT TO DECIDE FATE OF OREGON'S ASSISTED SUICIDE LAW
  • AUSTRALIA BISHOPS PROTEST IMMIGRATION POLICY
  • URBAN "WAY OF THE CROSS" THROUGH BRAZILIAN SHOPPING CENTERS

    March 26, 2002
  • AILING POPE SITS OUT PALM SUNDAY LITURGY
  • MISSIONARY KILLED IN UGANDA AFTER CRITICIZING ARMY
  • CHINESE "UNDERGROUND" BISHOP ARRESTED
  • CONGO: 2 KILLED IN GRENADE ATTACK ON PALM SUNDAY PROCESSION
  • SEX-ABUSE CHARGES AGAINST DECEASED BOSTON PRELATE
  • VATICAN SIGNS ACCORD WITH ALBANIA
  • AVOID MEDIOCRITY, CONFORMISM, POPE TELLS STUDENTS
  • RUSSIAN PRELATE OFFERS SYMPATHY FOR IRAQ
  • RELIGIOUS LEADERS IN NEW PLEA FOR MIDEAST PEACE
  • VATICAN PAPER CONDEMNS ASSISTED SUICIDE
  • POPE URGES ETHICAL APPROACH TO TERMINAL ILLNESS
  • COLOMBIAN BISHOPS UNDER DEATH THREATS
  • ALABAMA JUDGE CLEARED OF BIAS IN RULING AGAINST LESBIAN MOTHER
  • UN EXPERTS ADMIT BELOW-REPLACEMENT FERTILITY IN MANY COUNTRIES
  • WEST VIRGINIA GOVERNOR VETOES ABORTION CONSENT LAW
  • TIGHTER SECURITY AROUND CHURCHES IN PHILIPPINES AFTER THREATS

    March 23-25, 2002
  • NEW VATICAN TALKS WITH LEFEBVRIST GROUP
  • NEW ROMAN MISSAL PRESENTED FOR USE
  • POPE'S REIGN IS 6TH-LONGEST EVER, AS OF SATURDAY
  • RICO LAWSUIT AGAINST BISHOP O'CONNELL, 3 DIOCESES
  • PRO-ABORT ACTIVISTS SPEAKS AT UNIVERSITY DESPITE BISHOP'S PROTEST
  • TAIWAN'S VICE PRESIDENT REAFFIRMS VATICAN TIES
  • KILLINGS MAR TRUCE IN MOLLUCCAS
  • POPE GREETS ITALIANS FOR WORLD YOUTH DAY
  • BRITISH WOMAN GRANTED RIGHT TO DIE
  • STEM CELL RESEARCHER SAYS MEDIA DISTORTED STUDY
  • CONGRESS CONSIDERING MANDATORY "EMERGENCY CONTRACEPTION"
  • KANSAS LAWMAKERS ASK COURT TO DECLARE BEGINNING OF LIFE

    March 22, 2002
  • POPE EMPHASIZES CONFESSION IN LETTER TO PRIESTS
  • JOURNALISTS PRESS ROMAN PRELATE ON SEX SCANDAL
  • CATHOLICS PROTEST REASSIGNMENT OF FATHER FESSIO
  • CANADIAN BISHOPS SLAM 'CATHOLICS' FOR A FREE CHOICE
  • RELATIVISM ERODES INTERNATIONAL LAW, POPE SAYS
  • COLOMBIAN BISHOPS RENEW DEDICATION TO REFORM

    March 21, 2002
  • POPE SAID KEENLY AWARE OF PRIESTLY SCANDALS
  • VATICAN REPRESENTATIVES STILL VISTING MOSCOW
  • PAPAL AUDIENCE MOVES OUTDOORS FOR MILD WEATHER
  • COLOMBIA'S BISHOPS DECLINE GOVERMENT PROTECTION
  • INDIAN BISHOPS PROTEST HINDU GROUP'S IMPLIED THREAT
  • KENYAN PRESIDENT APPROVES CATHOLIC BROADCAST EFFORT

    March 20, 2002
  • HAWAII HOUSE PASSES BILLS PROMOTING MORNING-AFTER PILLS
  • NEW ORLEANS ARCHBISHOP OPPOSES NOW SPEAKER
  • STUDY FINDS SEX ED, MORNING-AFTER PILLS ENCOURAGE PROMISCUITY
  • BRITISH "RIGHT-TO-DIE" CASE GOES TO EUROPEAN COURT
  • JAKARTA TRIAL FOR SUSPECTS IN TIMOR CHURCH MASSACRE
  • CHILD PORN ARRESTS NET 8 CLERGY, INCLUDING 2 PRIESTS
  • COLOMBIAN REBELS DENY KILLING ARCHBISHOP
  • SERBIAN VANDALS ATTACK CATHOLIC PARISH
  • VATICAN PRELATE HONORS SLAIN ARCHBISHOP

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