Daily Archives: July 10, 2008

Papal video message coming, and perhaps other images

(Cross-posted from CNS World Youth Day blog) VATICAN CITY — Pope Benedict XVI has recorded a video message for the people of Australia, the country’s Catholics and the young people traveling to Sydney for World Youth Day. Jesuit Father Federico … Continue reading

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More on Templeton

CNS ran a story on the July 8 death of Sir John Marks Templeton at the age of 95. Over the years CNS has had numerous stories covering individuals who were awarded the Templeton Prize. The Templeton Prize is awarded annually to an … Continue reading

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Changing perspectives on Down syndrome

Kristin Lanari’s younger sister, Lauren, is a pianist who loves to dance and bake cookies. Lauren also has Down syndrome, a condition where a child’s physical and cognitive development is delayed due to the presence of too many chromosomes. The Compass, newspaper … Continue reading

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Arson fires in Catholic churches around the U.S.

Arson is not normally associated with Catholic churches. However, someone paying attention to diocesan newspapers in the past month might think otherwise. In early June the Intermountain Catholic of the Diocese of Salt Lake City reported that a church in West Jordan, … Continue reading

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