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St. Joseph icon a reminder of God's work

St. Joseph the Worker

October 21, 2013
CHRIS MILLER
WESTERN CATHOLIC REPORTER

The jubilee icon of St. Joseph the Worker is now six months into its pilgrimage which will take it to every parish in the Edmonton Archdiocese before it comes home to rest a year from now.

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Help youth fall in love with God

Sr. Maureen Sullivan

October 21, 2013
DEBORAH GYAPONG
CANADIAN CATHOLIC NEWS

Find a way to help young people fall in love with God, Sister Maureen Sullivan told the Canadian Catholic School Trustees' Association annual conference Oct. 4.

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Cairo remembers

October 21, 2013

People enter the St. Simon monastery Oct. 9 to attend an event marking the second anniversary of the clashes in Cairo's Maspero Square.

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German bishop accused of extravagance, perjury

Archbishop Robert Zollitsch

October 21, 2013

The president of the German bishops’ conference said he is following with “great attention and great concern” the case of a bishop accused of making false statements in court and under fire for allegedly spending close to $40 million in renovations and new construction on his residence and diocesan offices.

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Catholics don’t seek spirituality online – poll

October 21, 2013

Most U.S. Catholics are not looking for spirituality online, in fact, half of them are unaware the Church even has an online presence, according to researchers at Georgetown University’s Centre for Applied Research in the Apostolate.

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Pope recognizes virtues of Quebec foundress

October 21, 2013

Pope Francis declared the Italian medieval mystic, Blessed Angela of Foligno, a saint, foregoing the usual process of canonization and without formally recognizing a second miracle.

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N.J. pro-lifers say prayer helped close abortion clinic

October 21, 2013

Some pro-lifers get discouraged that bringing an end to abortion isn’t happening overnight, but the power of prayer is making a difference, said Kevin Dugan, a parish pro-life ministry leader.

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Knights get audience with pope at Vatican

October 21, 2013

Pope Francis thanked the Knights of Columbus for being in solidarity with him, something he said is seen not only in the money they give for his charities, but also in their prayers, sacrifices and charitable activities.

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Calif. allows midwives to perform abortions

October 21, 2013

New California laws allowing non-physicians to perform abortions and repealing some building regulations that govern abortion clinics “dramatically increase the availability of abortion” in the state, said the president of the California Catholic Conference.

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Boat capsizes on way to Amazon pilgrimage

October 21, 2013

At least 13 people died and five were reported missing after a boat carrying devotees of Our Lady of Nazareth capsized in the Amazon River.

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