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Santorum: Ready to campaign in May Rick Santorum says his campaign is ready to weather a series of likely primary losses in April against Mitt Romney and has already started eyeing the May races.

Flying car gets closer to reality. Introduced to customers at New York show with test flight

Armagh, Ireland -- Priest 'inadvertently' shows gay porn images in First Confession slide show

Austrian cardinal overrules priest, allows gay Catholic to serve on parish council

Vatican cancels stem cell research conference

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College newspaper commentary -- Maybe we’re the problem with sexual health

Commentary -- by Reynaldo D. Raluto, a Roman Catholic priest of the Diocese of Malaybalay, the Philippines.

Bishop appeals to public to have a zero waste Holy Week. “The serenity of Holy Week offers a unique opportunity for all to touch base with Mother Earth and face the truth that we live in a very much abused and sullied environment,” said Bishop Deogracias Iñiguez Jr., chairman of the CBCP Public Affairs Committee.

Catholics vigil for Fr Bill Rowe. Illinois Catholics are to hold a prayer vigil outside the Belleville chancery during the Chrism Mass today in support of a priest who was forced to resign because he ad libbed prayers will celebrating Mass.

Churches welcomes Burma election results, with reservations

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