Daily Archives: March 12, 2010

Haiti debt relief bill clears US House

A bill calling for cancellation of Haiti’s $1.5 billion debt to world financial institutions has passed the U.S. House. The measure now goes before the U.S. Senate. Passage comes as the U.S. and other countries of the world debate how to … Continue reading

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Pope planning summer rest, study but no Alps

VATICAN CITY — Pope Benedict XVI wants to spend his summer vacation resting and studying … not packing and moving. The Vatican announced today that while the pope is very grateful for the invitations to return to the northern Italian … Continue reading

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Video on a day in the life of a priest

Fresh off last week’s post of a video story on a typical parish fish fry, The Catholic Spirit has posted this fun little homemade video on a day in the life of a priest, through the eyes of Father Nels … Continue reading

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