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FRI-SAT-SUN      April 23-25, 1999      SECTION THREE       vol 10, no. 80

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Events this weekend in Church History

      This weekend we observe the birth of two saints: Saint Louis IX in 1214 who would go on to become the great and holy King of France and Saint Vincent de Paul who was born on April 24, 1576 and would go on to become a priest and found the Vincentians. For other events throughout the centuries that are memorable in Church history this weekend, click on MILLENNIUM MILESTONES AND MEMORIES

Historical Events in Church Annals for April 23:

Historical Events in Church Annals for April 24:

Historical Events in Church Annals for April 25:

NEWS & VIEWS with a Catholic slant

provided by Catholic World News Service and Noticias Eclesiales Church News and ZENIT International News Agency

NOTE: We are pleased to annouce the debut in this weekend issue of another excellent Catholic News Service - the ZENIT International News Agency out of Rome, assuring readers of the DAILY CATHOLIC that they will be receiving even more comprehensive, reliable and most up-to-date Catholic news sources available. We welcome ZENIT to the family of CATHOLIC WORLD NEWS and Noticias Eclesiales CHURCH NEWS, all excellent Roman Catholic sources totally obedient to the Magisterium of the Church.


CWN Vatican Update Headlines:

  • Pope meets Guatemalan President

  • Nobelists hear Pope's plea for peace

  • New reports of miracle through Padre Pio

  • Serve youth, Pope asks Quebec Bishops

    CWN World News Briefs:

  • Columbian Priest ordered from amnesty area by rebels

  • Pro-Indonesian militias terrorize East Timor

  • Poland Senate allows Papal Cross at Auschwitz

  • Congress Passes Educational Bill giving new freedoms

  • Cells from aborted children said to stop Parkinson's disease

  • Pro-abortion protester arrested at New York demonstrations

  • Gary Bauer announces presidential run, points out moral ills

  • Doctors slam negligent death of partial-birth abortion survivor

  • Church News Headlines:

  • Holy Father sends message of solidarity to people in Colorado

  • Pope encourages process of reconciliation in Colombia

  • Weekly catechesis: Inter-religious dialogue shouldn't displace proclamation of the Gospel

  • Church in Spain aims to increase its presence in TV

  • Religious art museum reopened in Cuba

  • ZENIT International News Daily Dossier:

  • Pope Calls on Canadian Church to Support Youth

  • JPII Meets Nobel Peace Prize Winners

  • Papal Letter to Orthodox Patriarch of Moscow

  • Pope & World Meeting of Catholic Charitable Organizations

  • ZENIT International Daily Features:

  • Largest Crowd in History Expected for Padre Pio's Beatification

  • A Child's Prayer: "Lord, Turn Me Into A TV"

  • New Wave of Violence in Indonesia

  • Peace Agreement Signed in East Timor

  • Capuchins to Stay in Angola

  • Inter-Religious Congress on God the Father in Jerusalem

  • ZENIT International Reports on War in Kosovo:

  • Nobel Peace Prize Winners' Proposal for Peace in Kosovo

  • Kosovo Refugees Forced Into Prostitution By Organized Crime
      For more headlines and articles, we suggest you go to the Catholic World News site at the CWN home page and Church News at Noticias Eclesiales and ZENIT International News Agency. These news services are not affiliated with the Daily CATHOLIC but provide this service via e-mail to the Daily CATHOLIC Monday through Friday.


         This weekend, with the announcement above of the addition of the excellent ZENIT International News Agency service, we feature their official ZENIT site where you can read all the latest news stories, special features, interviews, and dossiers out of Rome regarding Catholic events and issues globally with the focal point always emanating from the Vatican. In addition ZENIT provides a WEEKLY REPORT which capsulizes the week in review and an archive file bank dating back over a year.

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    April 23-25, 1999 volume 10, no. 80   DAILY CATHOLIC