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NEWS BRIEFS - CHURCH - June 22, 2017
Catholic News Service has published the following briefs on these topics:  Strength of Catholic media; Father Rother documentary; Opening Fortnight for Freedom. More ...
Thursday, June 22, 2017
NEWS BRIEFS - CHURCH - June 21, 2017

Catholic News Service has published the following briefs on these topics: Rosary relay; New patriarch for Melkite Catholic Church.

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Wednesday, June 21, 2017
NEWS BRIEFS - CHURCH - June 20, 2017
Catholic News Service has published briefs on the following topics: The Rosary and peace; FOCUS consecrated to Mary; Cardinal’s birthday celebration; Class of new priests. More ...
Tuesday, June 20, 2017
Dispel false beliefs by getting to know refugees, Pope says ahead of World Refugee Day

VATICAN CITY – Getting to know someone who is a refugee can wipe away fears and dismantle distorted ideologies, Pope Francis said.

Highlighting World Refugee Day, which is marked June 20, the Pope asked that "concrete attention go to the women, men and children fleeing from conflict, violence and persecution."

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Monday, June 19, 2017
NEWS BRIEFS - CHURCH - June 19, 2017

Catholic News Service has published briefs on the following topics:  Papal visit to Chile, Peru; the Eucharist and unity, and the Rosary prayer.

 
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Monday, June 19, 2017
NEWS BRIEFS - CHURCH - June 16, 2017

Catholic News Service has published briefs on the following topics: Worship space expansion; Stolen relic of St. John Bosco; From weakness to strength.

Creative program funds buildings for rapidly growing Georgia parishes
Italian police recover stolen relic of St. John Bosco
In recognizing one's weakness, God's strength can be found, Pope says

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Friday, June 16, 2017
NEWS BRIEFS - CHURCH - June 15, 2017

Catholic News Service has published briefs on the following topics:  Interreligious friendship, and Convocation of Catholic Leaders.

Pope, Rabbi Skorka join effort to promote friendship across faiths
Convocation of Catholic leaders will be historic event, bishops told

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Thursday, June 15, 2017
Ecumenical leaders call for context, nuance in Catholic-Lutheran dialogue
WASHINGTON  –- Swiss Cardinal Kurt Koch, renowned for his ecumenical efforts, addressed a Washington gathering of Catholic and Lutheran leaders striving for unity. More ...
Thursday, June 15, 2017
Theologian: Luther's post-Vatican II impact traceable to Middle Ages
WASHINGTON -- To understand Martin Luther's impact on the Second Vatican Council and the era that has followed it, one must first understand the context of Luther's break with the church 500 years ago, according to German theologian Johanna Rahner. More ...
Thursday, June 15, 2017
Medieval traditions used by Luther to form his stance on justification
WASHINGTON -- Martin Luther used two medieval traditions to form his position on justification -- a stance that nearly 500 years later ultimately found acceptance among Catholics, according to a German Lutheran theologian and pastor. More ...
Thursday, June 15, 2017
Theologians ask if Luther split needed to be a 'church-dividing' event
WASHINGTON -- Did the split between Martin Luther and the Catholic Church in 1521 have to be what theologians call a "church-dividing" event? More ...
Thursday, June 15, 2017
NEWS BRIEFS - CHURCH - June 14, 201

Catholic News Service published briefs on the following topics: Death of Cameroonian bishop; Proposed changes in Church administration, and Pope’s weekly general audience.

Church officials say Cameroonian bishop death was murder, not suicide
Pope, cardinal advisers study 'healthy decentralization' proposals
Behind hatred, violence is an unloved heart, Pope says at audience

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Wednesday, June 14, 2017
NEWS BRIEFS - CHURCH - June 13, 2017

Catholic News Service published briefs on the following topics: Death of Chinese bishop; Pontifical Academy for Life members, and Pastoral plan for National Black Catholic Congress.

Death of prelate illustrates complicated situation of bishops in China
Pope names members for renewed Pontifical Academy for Life
NBCC to explore the call to live the Gospel in challenging times

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Tuesday, June 13, 2017
NEWS BRIEFS - CHURCH - June 12, 2017

Catholic News Service published briefs on the following topics:  Vatican bank profit; God’s consolation gift; and Subdean of College of Cardinals.

Vatican bank reports $40 million profit in 2016
God's consolation is a gift and mission of service, Pope says
Cardinal Re chosen subdean of College of Cardinals

 

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Monday, June 12, 2017
NEWS BRIEFS - CHURCH - June 8, 2017

Catholic News Service has published briefs on the following topics:  Old Testament knowledge; Annual abuse audit; Latin American sisters’ work; World Youth Day; Resources on interreligious dialogue.

Old Testament knowledge boosts Catholic couple in Holy Land Bible contest
Annual audit of Church abuse allegations shows work still needed
Latin American sisters in U.S. 'build bridges' during 'challenging time'
Pope, Panama bishops discuss World Youth Day, gender theory
Vatican, Georgetown provide resources on interreligious dialogue

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Thursday, June 8, 2017
NEWS BRIEFS - CHURCH - June 7, 2016
Catholic News Service has published the following brief on a unique evangelization project: More ...
Wednesday, June 7, 2017
U.S. Catholics join pope in praying for victims of London attacks

WASHINGTON -- U.S. Catholics joined Pope Francis and the rest of the world in expressing sorrow for those killed and severely injured in the latest terrorist attacks in London the night of June 3.

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Tuesday, June 6, 2017
NEWS BRIEFS - CHURCH - June 6, 2017
Catholic News Service has published a brief on the St. Junipero statue in the Basilica of the National Shrine of the Immaculate Conception in Washington. More ...
Tuesday, June 6, 2017
NEWS BRIEFS - CHURCH - June 5, 2017

Catholic News Service has posted briefs on the following topics: Newman Connection and campus ministry; Renewing missionary outreach; Taking risks with mercy.

Newman Connection grants help students connect with campus ministry
Pope calls for month of prayer to renew passion for missionary outreach

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Monday, June 5, 2017
NEWS BRIEFS - CHURCH - June 2, 2017

Following are briefs from Catholic News Service on Luther’s impact, and a message from the Pope to students.

Theologian: Luther's post-Vatican II impact traceable to Middle Ages
As school year ends, Pope tells students: Don't fear goodbyes, unknown

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Friday, June 2, 2017



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