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Monthly Archives: April 2009
VATICAN CITY — The Vatican’s Council for Culture is promoting its first science festival, which will be held in Owerri, Nigeria, this Friday to May 2. The aim of the festival is to open up young people, families, and adults … Continue reading
CNS reporter Mark Pattison and photographer Bob Roller arrived in the Midwest this past weekend and are traveling through Iowa and Minnesota for a week for a series of stories on rural America. ALONG INTERSTATE 35 — Less than six … Continue reading
A Catholic newspaper’s $300 investment yielded benefits worth nearly $6,800 for groups ranging from Third World missions to new mothers and local homeless people. The Arkansas Catholic reports on the happy results of its Lenten Pay It Forward project here.
FORT WAYNE, Ind. (CNS) — Bishop John M. D’Arcy of Fort Wayne-South Bend said he was not opposed to “peaceful” demonstrations against the University of Notre Dame’s invitation to President Barack Obama to speak at this year’s commencement. (full story)
The story in this morning’s Times of London had all the ingredients of a Fleet Street scoop: Prince Charles’s upcoming papal audience, King Henry VIII’s divorce and Pope Benedict’s faux pas gift. The problem was, the report was “completely untrue and has no basis … Continue reading
VATICAN CITY — Pope Benedict XVI will visit the earthquake-devastated area of L’Aquila in central Italy on April 28, the Vatican announced over the weekend. The pope will first helicopter to the tent city outside the mountain village of Onna, one … Continue reading
April is National Child Abuse Prevention Month. While not exactly widely known, the month gives child advocates a chance to raise awareness of a social ill that claims far too many victims. Communities across the country have hosted programs to … Continue reading