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    Vatican City, Oct 13, 2019 CNA.- The canonization of St. John Henry Newman Sunday drew “Newman converts” to Rome from throughout the English-speaking world, all of whom followed Newman’s writings across the Tiber River and ...

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  • 'Newman converts' come home to Rome for canonization

    Vatican City, Oct 13, 2019 CNA.- The canonization of St. John Henry Newman Sunday drew “Newman converts” to Rome from throughout the English-speaking world, all of whom followed Newman’s writings across the Tiber River and ...

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  • Syriac Catholic patriarch pleads for peace in northeastern Syria

    ROME (CNS) -- The patriarch of the Syriac Catholic Church pleaded for "immediate and lasting peace in northeastern Syria and the preservation of innocent lives, especially for Christians, who are the original and founding component of Syria." Celebrating ...

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  • Vatican security chief resigns following leak of internal document

    VATICAN CITY (CNS) -- Pope Francis accepted the resignation of Domenico Giani, head of the Vatican police, nearly two weeks after an internal security notice was leaked to the Italian press. The Vatican announced Oct. 14 that the pope accepted the resignation ...

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  • Ministry, ecology, mission are main themes at synod's first week

    VATICAN CITY (CNS) -- The first week of the Synod of Bishops for the Amazon saw support for the priestly ordination of married indigenous men, impassioned pleas for respect for indigenous culture and denunciations of violence against the earth. In synod ...

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'Newman converts' come home to Rome for canonization


Vatican City, Oct 13, 2019 CNA.- The canonization of St. John Henry Newman Sunday drew “Newman converts” to Rome from throughout the English-speaking world, all of whom followed Newman’s writings across the Tiber River and into the Catholic Church.

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Vatican security chief resigns following leak of internal document


VATICAN CITY (CNS) -- Pope Francis accepted the resignation of Domenico Giani, head of the Vatican police, nearly two weeks after an internal security notice was leaked to the Italian press. The Vatican announced Oct. 14 that the pope accepted the resignation of the 57-year-old Vatican police chief who, although "bears no personal responsibility" for the leak, "tendered his resignation to the Holy Father out of love for the church and faithfulness to Peter's successor."

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