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The Minnesota Supreme Court on Wednesday tossed out a clergy abuse lawsuit by a man whose case rested on a repressed memory claim, siding with a lower court's ruling that repressed memory is an unproven theory.

Irish Times Editorial: Lynn Sentencing The court’s willingness for the first time to punish not only priestly abusers, but those who sheltered them, will reverberate through the church

Philly Inquirer Editorial: Lynn Sentencing The appropriate wages of sin include jail.

Opinion: Scotland is ready for gay marriage, whether Cardinal O'Brien likes it or not

Another Opinion: Gay Marriage A 'Dangerous Experiment' Says Catholic Church In Scotland

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CUA group pushes IOC to remember Munich victims. Five Catholic University of America students are traveling to Tel Aviv to watch Friday's ceremony with families of the victims.

Catholic dynamic shifts in China

Poor may lack 'powerful lobbies' but have 'greatest needs,' bishop says

Canada -- Education Minister fed up with Catholic board finances

Hindu and Catholic leaders meet in Stockton

Archbishop Gerhard Ludwig Müller: New Prefect of Doctrinal Congregation Speaks on Faith, the Curia and His Own Upbringing

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