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A leading Italian newspaper is reporting that Phoenix Bishop Thomas J. Olmsted will become secretary of the Congregation for Institutes of Consecrated Life. The secretary position is second in command of the office.

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South Africa minister visits Mandela in hospital. Mandela, 94, is said to be doing "very, very well" following unspecified tests

Hearing for GI in WikiLeaks Case Resumes

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Files on accused LA priests could soon be public

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