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Springfield, Ill. -- Over objections, Catholic bishop holds anti-gay exorcism

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NCR board's CEO/president decision brightens an already bright future by Thomas C. Fox

Academics to cardinals: Move Vatican offices, give bigger lay role

Windsor, Canada -- Local Sexual Abuse Victim to Establish National Survivors group

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Australia's newest bishop calls for greater support for child sex abuse victims

Providence, R.I. -- Alleged priest-abuse victims call for investigation of Providence diocese

Kenosha, Wis. -- Parish priest reportedly removed for Facebook posts

Phoenix -- Local Indian community rejoices in dedication of new church -- New Syro-Malabar church opens, appropriately enough, near Thomas Road.

NCR Editorial: Don't ignore clergy in effects of pornography

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