Pope Benedict XVI Newswire (Page 3)

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  1. History: Westminster's first Roman Catholic Archbishop once lived in LeytonRead the original story

    Yesterday | Guardian-series.co.uk

    ... in the British Critic treating them as a triumph over popular Protestantism. Newman, who was beatified by Pope Benedict XVI in 2010 after a miracle was attributed to his intercession, was an English cardinal. Wiseman founded the Dublin Review in ...

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  2. Pope pledges to visit Italian quake victimsRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Religion News Service

    ... in print, broadcast and interactive media. Based in Rome since 2007, she covered the resignation of Pope Benedict XVI and election of Pope Francis and canonizations of their predecessors. Now she covers all things Vatican for RNS. RNS's comments ...

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  3. Mother Teresa to be made Roman Catholic saint Sept. 4 - PopeRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Reuters

    Mother Teresa of Calcutta, a nun who dedicated her life to helping the poor, will be made a saint of the Roman Catholic Church at a ceremony on Sept. 4. Bob Mezan reports.

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  4. Donald Trump's support is cratering among an important group little ...Read the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | National Post

    Much has been made of Donald Trump's problems with a few voting groups - female voters, blacks and Hispanics, and young voters, in particular. And, to be sure, they are all problems.

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  5. Campaign From Italian Museums Aims To Help Earthquake Relief EffortsRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | News 88.9 KNPR

    Italy's state museums are donating their proceeds today to reconstruction efforts, following a massive earthquake that killed at least 291 people and nearly leveled three medieval towns. Culture Minister Dario Franceschini is appealing to people to visit the country's museums to show their solidarity with the victims of the powerful temblor, as NPR's Eleanor Beardsley tells our Newscast unit.

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  6. Trump Running Way Behind Among CatholicsRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Political Wire

    Washington Post : "Yes, the man who once feuded with the pope is cratering among Catholics." "Back in 2012, GOP nominee Mitt Romney lost the Catholic vote by just 2 points, 50 percent to 48 percent.

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  7. Construction 'on the cheap' may have cost lives in Italy earthquakeRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | USA Today

    Construction 'on the cheap' may have cost lives in Italy earthquake Pope Francis offered words of encouragement to the people of the quake-damaged border area in central Italy. Check out this story on USATODAY.com: http://usat.ly/2bK28Xy Crews begin task of destroying unsafe buildings in the Italian town of Amatrice whwere an earthquake struck on Wednesday.

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  8. Donald Trump has a massive Catholic problemRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Washington Post

    Pope Francis, left, has suggested that anyone who wants to build a border wall "is not Christian." Donald Trump, right, said it is "disgraceful" for religious leaders to question someone's faith.

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  9. Vatican says it has high hopes of better ties with ChinaRead the original story

    Yesterday | Stabroek News

    The Vatican is hopeful it can improve ties with China after decades of tension, the Roman Catholic Church's highest-ranking diplomat said yesterday, adding that warmer relations would benefit the whole world. Beijing severed links with the Vatican in 1951 shortly after the Communist Party took power and launched a crackdown on organised religion, with China's new rulers setting up their own church and appointing bishops without the pope's backing.

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  10. Vatican hopeful of end to 65-year diplomatic deadlock with ChinaRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Asian Correspondent

    AFTER decades of tension, the Holy See and Beijing are moving progressively closer towards improving relations, despite concerns among some followers of the Roman Catholic Church. Vatican Secretary of State Cardinal Pietro Parolin yesterday addressed the matter extensively in a speech at the diocesan seminary in Pordenone, Italy, saying cosying up to China would not merely benefit the country's 12 million Catholics but contribute towards world peace.

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  11. Provincial Affairs: Cleaning up Ontario's fundraising actRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday | SooToday

    Lawmakers were back at it this week trying to clean up Ontario's fundraising morass. By putting their legislative amendments where their mouths are, rival MPPs went through the motions of ritual purification in hopes of absolving their parties of past sins.

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  12. Colorado Avalanche Coach is for the InterimRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday | Mile High Sticking

    ... of Bednar's contract, however, this seems like Pope Ratzinger all over again. (Yes, I know he went by Pope Benedict XVI, but Ratzinger is so much more fun of a name.) Pope John Paul II was a much beloved leader, and he did great things for the ...

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  13. British Catholic legislators ask pope to relax priestly celibacy ruleRead the original story w/Photo

    Mar 30, 2013 | The Catholic Sun Phoenix

    Twenty-one Catholic members of Parliament have written to Pope Francis to ask him to relax the rule on priestly celibacy for Latin-rite priests. Pope Francis gives the homily during the Holy Thursday chrism Mass in St. Peter's Basilica at the Vatican March 28. The members of the House of Commons and the House of Lords said in a March 25 letter to the pope that the rule should be changed to allow married men to be ordained priests where pastoral needs required it.

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  14. Milbank: Trump, new campaign CEO both outrageous bulliesRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday | The Columbian

    In choosing Stephen Bannon to be the CEO of his campaign, Donald Trump has accomplished the extraordinary: He has found somebody as outrageous as he is. Bannon, who had been publisher of the far-right website Breitbart, has called the pope a "commie" and said Catholics are trying to boost Hispanic immigration because their "church is dying."

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  15. Former president Mary McAleese: Seminaries in Ireland should be 'gay friendly'Read the original story w/Photo

    Saturday | Independent.ie

    This week it emerged that a closer eye will be kept on how Maynooth's seminarians spend their time from now on as part of a stricter regime being introduced in the wake of the gay dating app scandal. The Irish Independent reported that all trainee priests will now be required to eat their evening meal in the college rather than being allowed to dine wherever they choose.

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  16. Virgin MaryRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | TrekEarth

    ... m several popes, the earliest pilgrimage coming from Pope Leo XIII in 1896, and the most recent in 2006 by Pope Benedict XVI.

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  17. Ethiopia: So Called Rights Groups - Trying to Be 'More Catholic Than the Pope'Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday Aug 26 | AllAfrica.com

    It is to be recalled that Ethiopia's Feyisa Lilesa crosses his arms at the finish line of the Men's Marathon event as a protest against the Ethiopian government. Feyisa's staging political protest contradict International Olympic Committees restrictions on making political statements during the Games.

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  18. Treat with dignityRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Aug 26 | Fiji Times

    Methodist Church general secretary Reverend Tevita Banivanua Nawadra inside the Centennary Church in Suva on Tues 04 Feb 2014. Picture: JONACANI LALAKOBAU RELIGIOUS organisations in Fiji believe transgender women have the right to be treated with respect and dignity and should not be discriminated based on their sexual orientation.

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  19. MoreRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Aug 26 | Iobserve

    Retired Pope Benedict XVI said in an interview that he felt a "duty" to resign from the papacy because of his declining health and the rigorous demands of papal travel. While his heart was set on completing the Year of Faith, the retired pope told Italian journalist Elio Guerriero that after his visit to Mexico and Cuba in March 2012, he felt he was "incapable of fulfilling" the demands of another international trip, especially with World Youth Day 2013 scheduled for Brazil.

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  20. MoreRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Aug 26 | Iobserve

    Retired Pope Benedict XVI said in an interview that he felt a "duty" to resign from the papacy because of his declining health and the rigorous demands of papal travel. While his heart was set on completing the Year of Faith, the retired pope told Italian journalist Elio Guerriero that after his visit to Mexico and Cuba in March 2012, he felt he was "incapable of fulfilling" the demands of another international trip, especially with World Youth Day 2013 scheduled for Brazil.

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