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A Catholic church in USA helps save a Filipino town

LA Catholic School Students Asked To Bring $1 For Philippines Aid

St. Paul-Minneapolis -- As church scandal grows, Catholic Charities keeps an eye on donations

The new tone in the Iran nuclear talks

Bipartisan coalition seeks to undermine rapprochement with Iran

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Washington, D.C. -- Gay Catholics assess societal change and the impact of Pope Francis

Spring City, Pa. -- Pa. pastor convicted by Methodist jury of performing son’s same-sex wedding to learn his fate

Column -- How much changes in 50 years, and how much stays the same? by Sr. Joan Chittister

Pax Christi DC -- Anti-nuke activist honored as he faces long imprisonment

Blackwater Founder Erik Prince: War on Terror Has Become Too Big

German Bishop Bling pays a 20,000 euro ($27,000) settlement to stop false testimony charges

Suicide blasts hit Iranian Embassy in Beirut, Lebanon

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July 14-27, 2017