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Bombay Archdiocese launches campaign to stop violence against women

Violence against women in India has been going on for centuries, but recently it seems as if it has reached a tipping point with the news of the terrible gang rapes of several young women. People and institutions across India … Continue reading

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Marquette’s ‘Tolkieniana’ collection includes manuscripts, drawings

The buzz about “The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey” preceded the film’s release by months and since the movie opened Dec. 14, it has grossed more than $600 million in box office receipts around the world — and still counting. But … Continue reading

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Iowa Catholic woman is world’s oldest person

The Gerontology Research Group announced this week that 115-year-old Dina Manfredini is the oldest person in the world. She is Catholic and a longtime parishioner of Sacred Heart Parish in West Des Moines, Iowa. She inherited the title when 116-year-old … Continue reading

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Hawaii Catholic Herald ready for new saint (again)

Three years ago the Hawaii Catholic Herald was on top of the canonization of one of Hawaii’s own — St. Damien de Veuster, a Belgian priest who devoted his life to ministering on the Hawaiian island of Molokai, serving people with … Continue reading

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Archbishop says time is now for Catholics to speak out about religious freedom

(Editor’s note: Updated July 5) Full story: Religious liberty is ‘a foundational right,’ says Archbishop Chaput Yesterday, on Independence Day, in his homily for the closing Mass of the U.S. bishops’ “fortnight for freedom,” Philadelphia Archbishop Charles J. Chaput said the … Continue reading

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Colorado Springs man says ordeal of wildfire has strengthened his faith

Al Cunningham, one of the thousands of residents displaced by the worst fire in Colorado history, told Linda Oppelt of  The Colorado Catholic Herald, the whole ordeal has strengthened his faith. “It’s not that I’m not attached to my property, … Continue reading

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CUA president pens columns about HHS mandate

John Garvey, president of The Catholic University of America in Washington, has been writing a fair amount on the contraceptive mandate in the new health care reform law. He wrote an op-ed piece in the May 25 edition of The Washington Post … Continue reading

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