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The Globe and Mail
Can you tell Australia’s new dictionary words from Canadian English? Try our quizresidents call a stagnant backwater next to a lake or river.) What it means: A
Can you tell Australia’s new dictionary words from Canadian English? Try our quiz
The Globe and Mail / Posted yesterday
residents call a stagnant backwater next to a lake or river.) What it means: A 19th-century Canadian slur used against Roman Catholics, particularly Irish Catholics. What it means: What Québécois call something that’s kitschy or in poor... Read more
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SUR in English
One step closer to same-sex civil marriages on the Rock. Surinenglish.comthe news. Gibraltar’s bishop-elect, Monsignor Carmelo Zammit, who is to be orda
One step closer to same-sex civil marriages on the Rock. Surinenglish.com
SUR in English / Posted 3 days ago
the news. Gibraltar’s bishop-elect, Monsignor Carmelo Zammit, who is to be ordained in Malta on 8 September, said that for Roman Catholics, marriage is the union of a man and woman and that partnerships between same-sex couples should not be called... Read more
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Daily Herald
St. Bartholomew Church marks 175 years with look to futureto continue to reach an ethnically diverse population. Coping with trends show
St. Bartholomew Church marks 175 years with look to future
Daily Herald / Posted 6 days ago
to continue to reach an ethnically diverse population. Coping with trends showing that only 30 percent of adults raised as Roman Catholics are active in practicing their faith and finding ways to reconnect with those Christians Facing figures... Read more
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Chicago Tribune
Five myths about Brazilin the government, and pockets of machismo and homophobia. Though church attend
Five myths about Brazil
Chicago Tribune / Posted 7 days ago
in the government, and pockets of machismo and homophobia. Though church attendance has dropped, Brazil still has more Roman Catholics than any other country. And 1 in 4 Brazilians are now evangelical Christians. They have become cultural and... Read more
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Christian Today
British pilgrims survive five day ordeal after getting lost on Camino de SantiagoSpanish city of Santiago de Compostela. There the cathedral holds the bones of
British pilgrims survive five day ordeal after getting lost on Camino de Santiago
Christian Today / Posted 8 days ago
Spanish city of Santiago de Compostela. There the cathedral holds the bones of St James the Apostle, according to legend. For centuries Roman Catholics have completed the trail seeking healing or comfort from God at St James' shrine in the cathedr... Read more
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KFJX Pittsburg
Firefighters combat PTSD; seek legislationup to 70,000 people understandably clogs cell phone service to Marian Days fest
Firefighters combat PTSD; seek legislation
KFJX Pittsburg / Posted 9 days ago
up to 70,000 people understandably clogs cell phone service to Marian Days festival-goers. Thousands of Vietnamese-American Roman Catholics make their way to Carthage's Congregation of the Mother Co-Redemptrix in what is the largest religious... Read more
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KFJX Pittsburg
Charges Filed In Cleffman Deathup to 70,000 people understandably clogs cell phone service to Marian Days fest
Charges Filed In Cleffman Death
KFJX Pittsburg / Posted 9 days ago
up to 70,000 people understandably clogs cell phone service to Marian Days festival-goers. Thousands of Vietnamese-American Roman Catholics make their way to Carthage's Congregation of the Mother Co-Redemptrix in what is the largest religious... Read more
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KFJX Pittsburg
Body found in Pittsburgup to 70,000 people understandably clogs cell phone service to Marian Days fest
Body found in Pittsburg
KFJX Pittsburg / Posted 10 days ago
up to 70,000 people understandably clogs cell phone service to Marian Days festival-goers. Thousands of Vietnamese-American Roman Catholics make their way to Carthage's Congregation of the Mother Co-Redemptrix in what is the largest religious... Read more
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The Champaign News-Gazette
This day in history, Aug. 14, 2016at age 58. In 1969, British troops went to Northern Ireland to intervene in se
This day in history, Aug. 14, 2016
The Champaign News-Gazette / Posted 11 days ago
at age 58. In 1969, British troops went to Northern Ireland to intervene in sectarian violence between Protestants and Roman Catholics. In 1973, U.S. bombing of Cambodia came to a halt. In 1980, workers went on strike at the Lenin Shipyard in... Read more
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The St. Augustine Record
SUSAN PARKER: History of local female leaders dates back to before Spain's arrivalchiefs. Often the reports told of how the cacicas had befriended the Spanish. T
SUSAN PARKER: History of local female leaders dates back to before Spain's arrival
The St. Augustine Record / Posted 12 days ago
chiefs. Often the reports told of how the cacicas had befriended the Spanish. The cacicas agreed to be baptized, becoming Roman Catholics, and at that time took Christian names. Quite a few women called “Cacica Maria” appear in early Spanish... Read more
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Daily Mail
Girl who's set the Olympics alight overcame an appalling childhoodon the ground as superstardom beckons. Simone still lives at home, goes to chu
Girl who's set the Olympics alight overcame an appalling childhood
Daily Mail / Posted 13 days ago
on the ground as superstardom beckons. Simone still lives at home, goes to church with them most Sundays (the family are Roman Catholics), does chores and feeds the family’s four pet Alsatians. Although Mrs Biles admits Simone’s stubbornness can... Read more
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The Christian Post
Pew Poll: Most Pastors Avoid Talking About Abortion, Homosexuality, Religious Liberty34 percent reported hearing clergy speak against homosexuality. Only a third re
Pew Poll: Most Pastors Avoid Talking About Abortion, Homosexuality, Religious Liberty
The Christian Post / Posted 13 days ago
34 percent reported hearing clergy speak against homosexuality. Only a third recalled hearing preaching against abortion. Roman Catholics were as likely to hear clergy discuss welcoming immigrants (32 percent) as to hear clergy defend religious... Read more
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KFJX Pittsburg
Oklahoma Tribal Leaders Against GRDA Water Level Raise RequestReady For Annual Phenomenon Marian Days Thursday kicks off the 38th annual fes
Oklahoma Tribal Leaders Against GRDA Water Level Raise Request
KFJX Pittsburg / Posted 14 days ago
Ready For Annual Phenomenon Marian Days Thursday kicks off the 38th annual festival and pilgrimage for Vietnamese American Roman Catholics in Carthage. Its an annual phenomenon in Carthage, Marian Days. Thursday kicks off the 38th annual festival... Read more
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KFJX Pittsburg
Coaches, alliance team up against drugsup to 70,000 people understandably clogs cell phone service to Marian Days fest
Coaches, alliance team up against drugs
KFJX Pittsburg / Posted 14 days ago
up to 70,000 people understandably clogs cell phone service to Marian Days festival-goers. Thousands of Vietnamese-American Roman Catholics make their way to Carthage's Congregation of the Mother Co-Redemptrix in what is the largest religious... Read more
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KFJX Pittsburg
Rockdale Elementary in Miami, OKReady For Annual Phenomenon Marian Days Thursday kicks off the 38th annual fes
Rockdale Elementary in Miami, OK
KFJX Pittsburg / Posted 15 days ago
Ready For Annual Phenomenon Marian Days Thursday kicks off the 38th annual festival and pilgrimage for Vietnamese American Roman Catholics in Carthage. Its an annual phenomenon in Carthage, Marian Days. Thursday kicks off the 38th annual festival... Read more
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KFJX Pittsburg
Train museum: Carona's best-kept secretup to 70,000 people understandably clogs cell phone service to Marian Days fest
Train museum: Carona's best-kept secret
KFJX Pittsburg / Posted 15 days ago
up to 70,000 people understandably clogs cell phone service to Marian Days festival-goers. Thousands of Vietnamese-American Roman Catholics make their way to Carthage's Congregation of the Mother Co-Redemptrix in what is the largest religious... Read more
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KFJX Pittsburg
Ceremonial beam-signing at Kansas Crossingup to 70,000 people understandably clogs cell phone service to Marian Days fest
Ceremonial beam-signing at Kansas Crossing
KFJX Pittsburg / Posted 16 days ago
up to 70,000 people understandably clogs cell phone service to Marian Days festival-goers. Thousands of Vietnamese-American Roman Catholics make their way to Carthage's Congregation of the Mother Co-Redemptrix in what is the largest religious... Read more
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KFJX Pittsburg
FDA Sets Strict Regulations on Vapor Products Today: Local Vape Shop RespondsReady For Annual Phenomenon Marian Days Thursday kicks off the 38th annual fes
FDA Sets Strict Regulations on Vapor Products Today: Local Vape Shop Responds
KFJX Pittsburg / Posted 17 days ago
Ready For Annual Phenomenon Marian Days Thursday kicks off the 38th annual festival and pilgrimage for Vietnamese American Roman Catholics in Carthage. Its an annual phenomenon in Carthage, Marian Days. Thursday kicks off the 38th annual festival... Read more
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KFJX Pittsburg
Columbus residents upset about grass clippings ordinanceup to 70,000 people understandably clogs cell phone service to Marian Days fest
Columbus residents upset about grass clippings ordinance
KFJX Pittsburg / Posted 17 days ago
up to 70,000 people understandably clogs cell phone service to Marian Days festival-goers. Thousands of Vietnamese-American Roman Catholics make their way to Carthage's Congregation of the Mother Co-Redemptrix in what is the largest religious... Read more
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KFJX Pittsburg
Emancipation Days aims to educate, unifyup to 70,000 people understandably clogs cell phone service to Marian Days fest
Emancipation Days aims to educate, unify
KFJX Pittsburg / Posted 18 days ago
up to 70,000 people understandably clogs cell phone service to Marian Days festival-goers. Thousands of Vietnamese-American Roman Catholics make their way to Carthage's Congregation of the Mother Co-Redemptrix in what is the largest religious... Read more
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Canberra Times
After Brexit, a question lingers on the Irish-British border: what's next?years of strife and violence in Northern Ireland between those Protestants who
After Brexit, a question lingers on the Irish-British border: what's next?
Canberra Times / Posted 19 days ago
years of strife and violence in Northern Ireland between those Protestants who wanted to remain part of Britain and those Roman Catholics who favored unification with Ireland. But McEvoy added: "With Europe, you could be as Irish as you wanted to... Read more
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KFJX Pittsburg
Breastfeeding Celebration Held in JoplinReady For Annual Phenomenon Marian Days Thursday kicks off the 38th annual fes
Breastfeeding Celebration Held in Joplin
KFJX Pittsburg / Posted 19 days ago
Ready For Annual Phenomenon Marian Days Thursday kicks off the 38th annual festival and pilgrimage for Vietnamese American Roman Catholics in Carthage. Its an annual phenomenon in Carthage, Marian Days. Thursday kicks off the 38th annual festival... Read more
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KFJX Pittsburg
Joplin Sprint Store Organizes Event to Honor Local HeroesReady For Annual Phenomenon Marian Days Thursday kicks off the 38th annual fes
Joplin Sprint Store Organizes Event to Honor Local Heroes
KFJX Pittsburg / Posted 19 days ago
Ready For Annual Phenomenon Marian Days Thursday kicks off the 38th annual festival and pilgrimage for Vietnamese American Roman Catholics in Carthage. Its an annual phenomenon in Carthage, Marian Days. Thursday kicks off the 38th annual festival... Read more
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Brisbane Times
After Brexit, a question lingers on the Irish-British border: what's next?years of strife and violence in Northern Ireland between those Protestants who
After Brexit, a question lingers on the Irish-British border: what's next?
Brisbane Times / Posted 19 days ago
years of strife and violence in Northern Ireland between those Protestants who wanted to remain part of Britain and those Roman Catholics who favored unification with Ireland. But McEvoy added: "With Europe, you could be as Irish as you wanted to... Read more
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The Age
After Brexit, a question lingers on the Irish-British border: what's next?years of strife and violence in Northern Ireland between those Protestants who
After Brexit, a question lingers on the Irish-British border: what's next?
The Age / Posted 19 days ago
years of strife and violence in Northern Ireland between those Protestants who wanted to remain part of Britain and those Roman Catholics who favored unification with Ireland. But McEvoy added: "With Europe, you could be as Irish as you wanted to... Read more
9 related stories
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Sydney Morning Herald
After Brexit, a question lingers on the Irish-British border: what's next?years of strife and violence in Northern Ireland between those Protestants who
After Brexit, a question lingers on the Irish-British border: what's next?
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 19 days ago
years of strife and violence in Northern Ireland between those Protestants who wanted to remain part of Britain and those Roman Catholics who favored unification with Ireland. But McEvoy added: "With Europe, you could be as Irish as you wanted to... Read more
9 related stories
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WA Today
After Brexit, a question lingers on the Irish-British border: what's next?years of strife and violence in Northern Ireland between those Protestants who
After Brexit, a question lingers on the Irish-British border: what's next?
WA Today / Posted 19 days ago
years of strife and violence in Northern Ireland between those Protestants who wanted to remain part of Britain and those Roman Catholics who favored unification with Ireland. But McEvoy added: "With Europe, you could be as Irish as you wanted to... Read more
9 related stories
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Boston Globe
A question Lingers on the Irish-British border: What’s next?years of strife and violence in Northern Ireland between some Protestants who w
A question Lingers on the Irish-British border: What’s next?
Boston Globe / Posted 19 days ago
years of strife and violence in Northern Ireland between some Protestants who wanted to remain part of Britain and some Roman Catholics who favored unification with Ireland. But McEvoy added, “With Europe, you could be as Irish as you wanted to... Read more
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Daily Mail
Tense France: famed flea market canceled on security concernweapons patrolling the centre of Nice this week as France remains on high alert
Tense France: famed flea market canceled on security concern
Daily Mail / Posted 19 days ago
weapons patrolling the centre of Nice this week as France remains on high alert after a series of terrorist atrocities Roman Catholics in France were directly targeted with the July 26 slaying of a priest at the altar of his Normandy... Read more
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Orange County Register
Tense France: famed flea market canceled on security concernreputed for its curative spring waters. Security plans for Lourdes’ biggest ann
Tense France: famed flea market canceled on security concern
Orange County Register / Posted 20 days ago
reputed for its curative spring waters. Security plans for Lourdes’ biggest annual event were being announced next week. Roman Catholics in France were directly targeted with the July 26 slaying of a priest at the altar of his Normandy church.... Read more
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USA Today
Famed flea market in France canceled over security concernsreputed for its curative spring waters. Security plans for Lourdes' biggest ann
Famed flea market in France canceled over security concerns
USA Today / Posted 20 days ago
reputed for its curative spring waters. Security plans for Lourdes' biggest annual event were being announced next week. Roman Catholics in France were directly targeted with the July 26 slaying of a priest at the altar of his Normandy church.... Read more
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Salon.com
Tense France: famed flea market canceled on security concernreputed for its curative spring waters. Security plans for Lourdes’ biggest ann
Tense France: famed flea market canceled on security concern
Salon.com / Posted 20 days ago
reputed for its curative spring waters. Security plans for Lourdes’ biggest annual event were being announced next week. Roman Catholics in France were directly targeted with the July 26 slaying of a priest at the altar of his Normandy church.... Read more
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Manila Bulletin
Second chance for sinners as pope fetes ‘Assisi pardon’and channels of mercy,” he said. Thousands of people turned out to catch a gli
Second chance for sinners as pope fetes ‘Assisi pardon’
Manila Bulletin / Posted 21 days ago
and channels of mercy,” he said. Thousands of people turned out to catch a glimpse of the head of the world’s 1.2 billion Roman Catholics, despite the baking heat. The pope, stopping to kiss babies in the crowd, had to tear himself out of the... Read more
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KFJX Pittsburg
Shawnee Tribe In Miami, OK to Build Cultural CenterReady For Annual Phenomenon Marian Days Thursday kicks off the 38th annual fes
Shawnee Tribe In Miami, OK to Build Cultural Center
KFJX Pittsburg / Posted 21 days ago
Ready For Annual Phenomenon Marian Days Thursday kicks off the 38th annual festival and pilgrimage for Vietnamese American Roman Catholics in Carthage. Its an annual phenomenon in Carthage, Marian Days. Thursday kicks off the 38th annual festival... Read more
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asianage
Pope Francis at Assisi: Sinners get second chancesimple pilgrimage, but a very significant one”. Thousands of pilgrims turned o
Pope Francis at Assisi: Sinners get second chance
asianage / Posted 21 days ago
simple pilgrimage, but a very significant one”. Thousands of pilgrims turned out to catch a glimpse of the head of the Roman Catholics despite the baking heat. Born in 1181 to wealthy silk merchant, Saint Francis fought as a soldier and was... Read more
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asianage
Pope Francis at Assisi Sinners get second chancesimple pilgrimage, but a very significant one”. Thousands of pilgrims turned o
Pope Francis at Assisi Sinners get second chance
asianage / Posted 21 days ago
simple pilgrimage, but a very significant one”. Thousands of pilgrims turned out to catch a glimpse of the head of the Roman Catholics despite the baking heat. Born in 1181 to wealthy silk merchant, Saint Francis fought as a soldier and was... Read more
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News 24 South Africa
Second chance for sinners as pope fetes 'Assisi pardon'but a very significant one". Thousands of pilgrims turned out to catch a glimp
Second chance for sinners as pope fetes 'Assisi pardon'
News 24 South Africa / Posted 21 days ago
but a very significant one". Thousands of pilgrims turned out to catch a glimpse of the head of the world's 1.2 billion Roman Catholics, despite the baking heat in the Umbrian town. Born in 1181 to wealthy silk merchant, Saint Francis fought as... Read more
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KFJX Pittsburg
Kids get back-to-school-ready with Academyup to 70,000 people understandably clogs cell phone service to Marian Days fest
Kids get back-to-school-ready with Academy
KFJX Pittsburg / Posted 22 days ago
up to 70,000 people understandably clogs cell phone service to Marian Days festival-goers. Thousands of Vietnamese-American Roman Catholics make their way to Carthage's Congregation of the Mother Co-Redemptrix in what is the largest religious... Read more
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Christian Today
Abortion: How it became the issue that will sink Clinton for evangelicals– in favour of a woman's more or less unrestricted right to choose to abort her
Abortion: How it became the issue that will sink Clinton for evangelicals
Christian Today / Posted 22 days ago
– in favour of a woman's more or less unrestricted right to choose to abort her baby. For most US evangelicals and Roman Catholics, life begins at conception. This is not a view evangelicals have always held – the Southern Baptist... Read more
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KFJX Pittsburg
Marian Days improves cell signalup to 70,000 people understandably clogs cell phone service to Marian Days fest
Marian Days improves cell signal
KFJX Pittsburg / Posted 23 days ago
up to 70,000 people understandably clogs cell phone service to Marian Days festival-goers. Thousands of Vietnamese-American Roman Catholics make their way to Carthage's Congregation of the Mother Co-Redemptrix in what is the largest religious... Read more
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KFJX Pittsburg
Both Parties Display Tactics For Good Voter Turnout in PrimariesReady For Annual Phenomenon Marian Days Thursday kicks off the 38th annual fes
Both Parties Display Tactics For Good Voter Turnout in Primaries
KFJX Pittsburg / Posted 24 days ago
Ready For Annual Phenomenon Marian Days Thursday kicks off the 38th annual festival and pilgrimage for Vietnamese American Roman Catholics in Carthage. Its an annual phenomenon in Carthage, Marian Days. Thursday kicks off the 38th annual festival... Read more
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KFJX Pittsburg
City of Carthage Gets Ready For Annual Phenomenon Marian DaysReady For Annual Phenomenon Marian Days Thursday kicks off the 38th annual fes
City of Carthage Gets Ready For Annual Phenomenon Marian Days
KFJX Pittsburg / Posted 25 days ago
Ready For Annual Phenomenon Marian Days Thursday kicks off the 38th annual festival and pilgrimage for Vietnamese American Roman Catholics in Carthage. Its an annual phenomenon in Carthage, Marian Days. Thursday kicks off the 38th annual festival... Read more
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Channel NewsAsia
Pope plays matchmaker at youth jamboreeand wife to fight, sometime plates fly ... don't be afraid of these situations,
Pope plays matchmaker at youth jamboree
Channel NewsAsia / Posted 25 days ago
and wife to fight, sometime plates fly ... don't be afraid of these situations," warned the head of the world's 1.2 billion Roman Catholics. "But never to sleep without making peace, because a 'cold war' the next day is very dangerous," he said.... Read more
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Hindustantimes.com
World Youth Day: Pope plays matchmaker, offers tips for happy relationshipsand wife to fight, sometime plates fly... don’t be afraid of these situations,”
World Youth Day: Pope plays matchmaker, offers tips for happy relationships
Hindustantimes.com / Posted 25 days ago
and wife to fight, sometime plates fly... don’t be afraid of these situations,” warned the head of the world’s 1.2 billion Roman Catholics. “But never to sleep without making peace, because a ‘cold war’ the next day is very dangerous,” he... Read more
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The Manila Times
Pope seeks end to ‘hatred between peoples’the world of the “devastating wave of terrorism.” ‘Multiculturalism as opportu
Pope seeks end to ‘hatred between peoples’
The Manila Times / Posted 25 days ago
the world of the “devastating wave of terrorism.” ‘Multiculturalism as opportunity’ The head of the world’s 1.2 billion Roman Catholics cracked joke after joke with youngsters gathered nightly beneath his window, cranking up the party spirit at... Read more
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The Manila Times
Use the Gospel as your GPS, Pope tells huge mass in Polandon the young, Francis is for all people in need”.‘Multiculturalism as opportuni
Use the Gospel as your GPS, Pope tells huge mass in Poland
The Manila Times / Posted 25 days ago
on the young, Francis is for all people in need”.‘Multiculturalism as opportunity’ The head of the world’s 1.2 billion Roman Catholics cracked joke after joke with youngsters gathered nightly beneath his window, cranking up the party spirit at... Read more
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The Manila Times
Pope plays matchmaker at youth jamboreeand wife to fight, sometime plates fly… don’t be afraid of these situations,” w
Pope plays matchmaker at youth jamboree
The Manila Times / Posted 25 days ago
and wife to fight, sometime plates fly… don’t be afraid of these situations,” warned the head of the world’s 1.2 billion Roman Catholics. “But never to sleep without making peace, because a ‘cold war’ the next day is very dangerous,” he said.... Read more
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Manila Bulletin
Pope headlines grand youth fest finale in PolandJohn Paul II was especially focused on the young, Francis is for all people in
Pope headlines grand youth fest finale in Poland
Manila Bulletin / Posted 25 days ago
John Paul II was especially focused on the young, Francis is for all people in need”. The head of the world’s 1.2 billion Roman Catholics cracked joke after joke with youngsters gathered nightly beneath his window, cranking up the party spirit at... Read more
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Business Standard India
Over 1.5 million set for Pope's grand finale in Polandnot to be afraid to open up," Polish pilgrim Kasia Czajka, 40, said ahead of th
Over 1.5 million set for Pope's grand finale in Poland
Business Standard India / Posted 26 days ago
not to be afraid to open up," Polish pilgrim Kasia Czajka, 40, said ahead of the mass. The head of the world's 1.2 billion Roman Catholics cracked joke after joke with youngsters gathered nightly beneath his window, cranking up the party spirit at... Read more
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The Economic Times
Why a section of Kerala's Muslim youth is treading a radical pathhave converted from Christianity and Hinduism to Islam. But Ayesha's case is di
Why a section of Kerala's Muslim youth is treading a radical path
The Economic Times / Posted 26 days ago
have converted from Christianity and Hinduism to Islam. But Ayesha's case is different. Born Sonia Sebastian to a family of Roman Catholics, she is an MBA from Christ University in Bengaluru. Ayesha is also one of the 21 people from Kerala whose... Read more
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