Archbishop's allegations found to be unproven

June 4, 2012

The governing body of the Traditional Anglican Communion has suspended Archbishop John Hepworth, whose allegations that he was raped more than 40 years ago as a young Catholic priest by three other clerics were found to be unsubstantiated by investigators.

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Drug lord's chapel

June 4, 2012

People walk past a chapel built by Los Zetas drug cartel founder Heriberto Lazcano in Pachuca, Mexico.

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Orthodox in Rome

June 4, 2012

Bulgarian Orthodox priests stand in the Vatican's courtyard as Swiss Guards march behind them.

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Ranking charities belies dog-eat-dog mentality

June 4, 2012

Andrew Tarnowski ("Magazine ratings undercut CCODP," WCR letters, May 21) makes a strong case for the care of money and uses the evaluations of a magazine that favours those who hold the pursuit of money in high esteem.

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Gay agenda advanced at expense of the poor

June 4, 2012

I think the real news story about President Obama supporting gay marriage is that even Obama had reservations about this for so long.

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Archdiocese announces appointments of priests

Coat of Arms for the Edmonton Archdiiocese

June 4, 2012
WHO
WESTERN CATHOLIC REPORTER

Following are the appointments of priests in the Edmonton Archdiocese. The appointments are effective Aug. 8 unless otherwise indicated,

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March for Life honours baby who lived for two hours

May 28, 2012
CHRIS MILLER
WESTERN CATHOLIC REPORTER

A year ago, Crystal Charbonneau was pregnant and, at 20 weeks gestation, was diagnosed with an anencephalic baby. Knowing their baby would die, she and her husband Adam from St. Paul were offered abortion, but refused.

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Take back Sunday to be with the Lord

Fr. Stefano Penna

May 28, 2012
RAMON GONZALEZ
WESTERN CATHOLIC REPORTER

To be a Christian in a meaningful public way, one must go and meet with the Lord on Sunday in the Eucharist, says Father Stefano Penna.

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Debate continues today over 1920's Mexican Catholic revolt

May 28, 2012
DAVID AGREN
CATHOLIC NEWS SERVICE

Even as modern-day Church-state relations improve, the impact of Mexico's three-year Cristero Rebellion in the 1920s on the Catholic Church remains widely debated in Mexican society.

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Pastor, teacher, chancellor and vicar-general

May 28, 2012
WHO
WESTERN CATHOLIC REPORTER

Msgr. Jack Hamilton has been a fixture in the life of the Edmonton Archdiocese for 50 years, serving as a parish pastor, chancellor of the Edmonton Archdiocese, vicar general and friend to many.

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