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Colorado massacre suspect heads to court as Batman mask, poster found at apartment

Transcript of Obama’s Remarks in Aurora, Colo.

Catholic priest prays for Colorado victims and gun control. Comments on gun control as a pro-life issue.

Sr. Rose Pacatte review: 'The Dark Knight Rises' and the franchise fades

Scores Killed in Iraq's Deadliest Day This Year

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As Syria Teeters, So Do Decades-Old Assumptions About the Middle East

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. -- Missouri's Roman Catholic bishops are urging voters to approve a proposed state constitutional amendment on public prayer.

Northwestern New Jersey Catholic Academy of Sussex County reinvents school district

St. Patrick, 2 other Cleveland Catholic parishes reopen

Vatican City -- The Pope's butler has been released from custody and moved to house arrest.

Vatican City -- The Vatican has stripped the Pontifical Catholic University of Peru of its right to continue calling itself a Catholic or pontifical university, saying it had damaged the interests of the Church.

Top boss at Fordham University's Westchester Campus resigns amid allegations he sexually abused a boy more than 42 years ago

Pope's Olympic message credits the power of sports. A new movie — "100 Meters From Paradise" — about a fictitious Vatican team at the London Games won a rave review in the Vatican newspaper.

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