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Health care decision due this week. (Video) The Supreme Court will likely hand down a decision about Obama’s controversial health care law this week

Egypt's new president-elect, Islamist Mohammed Morsi, moved into the office once occupied by ousted leader Hosni Mubarak and started consultations Monday on forming his team and a new government.

Years of work by Philadelphia D.A.'s Office led to priests' trial

Philadelphia -- Lawyers For Convicted Priest Seek House Arrest

Fox News Reporter Hired as Vatican Media Adviser

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Catholic bishops continue protest of contraception mandate

‘Religious Freedom’: Constitutional Principle or Electoral Politics?

Church and School Cuts Anger Catholics in Philadelphia

South Korea -- Seoul Catholic Church welcomes new archbishop Yeom Soo-jung

Bishops launch a push vs. mandates, Some Catholics charge campaign is a partisan effort

ST. PAUL, Minn. -- With the Archdiocese of St. Paul and Minneapolis set to dissolve their union at the end of the month, workers at The Catholic Spirit newspaper took their concerns directly to the church Sunday, protesting outside morning mass at the Cathedral of St. Paul. With video.

NCR's sister publication, Celebration, posts reflections on each day's Scripture reading. Here's a link: celebrationpublications.org/dailybread. You may want to bookmark it. It's a great way to begin the day.

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