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  • India gears up for Mother Teresa canonization celebrations

    Calcutta, India, Aug 22, 2016 CNA.- Mother Teresa will be canonized on Sept. 4, and a global film festival aims to screen 23 movies to mark the event. The Mother Teresa International Film Festival will feature seven India-made movies, along with entries ...

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  • India gears up for Mother Teresa canonization celebrations

    Calcutta, India, Aug 22, 2016 CNA.- Mother Teresa will be canonized on Sept. 4, and a global film festival aims to screen 23 movies to mark the event. The Mother Teresa International Film Festival will feature seven India-made movies, along with entries ...

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  • Benedict XVI's memoir to be published in English in November

    Vatican City, Aug 22, 2016 CNA/EWTN News.- Benedict XVI's new memoir, a lengthy interview with German journalist Peter Seewald, is being translated into English and will be released this November. Letzte Gespräche is being translated as Last ...

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  • Nation's first laywoman chancellor steps down after 27 years in post

    PORTLAND, Ore. (CNS) -- Mary Jo Tully, the first laywoman to become chancellor of a U.S. Catholic diocese, has stepped down from the post she held for 27 years at the Archdiocese of Portland. Tully -- known for wit, candor and a pebbly Midwestern voice ...

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  • End violence by building bridges, Milwaukee priest urges Massgoers

    MILWAUKEE (CNS) -- Violence stems from a breakdown in communication, Father Bob Stiefvater told more than 450 people gathered at All Saints Church in Milwaukee for a Mass of peace Aug. 18. Five days earlier, fires raged in an area of the city during ...

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India gears up for Mother Teresa canonization celebrations


Calcutta, India, Aug 22, 2016 CNA.- Mother Teresa will be canonized on Sept. 4, and a global film festival aims to screen 23 movies to mark the event. The Mother Teresa International Film Festival will feature seven India-made movies, along with entries from the U.S., France, the U.K., Spain, Italy, Canada and Japan, Can-India News reports.

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Nation's first laywoman chancellor steps down after 27 years in post


PORTLAND, Ore. (CNS) -- Mary Jo Tully, the first laywoman to become chancellor of a U.S. Catholic diocese, has stepped down from the post she held for 27 years at the Archdiocese of Portland. Tully -- known for wit, candor and a pebbly Midwestern voice -- taught, wrote and administered her way to unsought renown in Oregon. Daughter of a Chicago policeman, she charmed thousands of listeners and readers, but often accepted the role of tough cop on behalf of the four Portland archbishops she served.

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End violence by building bridges, Milwaukee priest urges Massgoers


MILWAUKEE (CNS) -- Violence stems from a breakdown in communication, Father Bob Stiefvater told more than 450 people gathered at All Saints Church in Milwaukee for a Mass of peace Aug. 18. Five days earlier, fires raged in an area of the city during unrest following the killing by police of an armed man during a traffic stop.

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