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Archbishop Gomez: OneLife LA event affirms life near Roe v. Wade anniversary

January 16, 2015 | posted by Catholic News Agency

Less than a week before the 42 anniversary of Roe vs. Wade, which legalized abortion in the United States, Los Angeles will host its first large-scale pro-life event.

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Sri Lankan cardinal credits papal trip for post-election peace

January 13, 2015 | posted by Catholic News Agency

After tense elections yielded a new president just days before Pope Francis’ arrival in Sri Lanka, Cardinal Malcolm Ranjith said that the “miracle” of a smooth transition is due in large part to the pope’s visit.

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​Among Christian refugees in Kurdistan, ‘no one is angry at God’

January 12, 2015 | posted by Aid to the Church in Need

“Thank you, thank you, thank you:” Suheila, an elderly Christian woman from Mosul was effusive in expressing her gratitude to a group of European visitors. “May God make things easy for you in your lives.” Home for Suheila is the Sports Club Center in Ankawa, where more than 200 Christian families from Bakhdida (Qaraqosh) have found shelter in mobile homes: “This is really a big improvement. I’m grateful for it. But in general, of course, this is no life. We’ve lost everything. The worst thing is that we don’t know when or whether we will be able to return to our homeland.”

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​For Pope Francis, loving concern for the poor is not communism

January 12, 2015 | posted by Catholic News Agency

As Pope Francis stated in a recent interview that love for the poor is not communism, but the Gospel, one of the interview’s co-authors asks if the current economic system is “the best possible,” and encourages a discussion of the question. Andrea Tornielli and Giacomo Galeazzi’s interview with Pope Francis was published at the end of their book “Papa Francesco: questa economia uccide” (‘Pope Francis: this economy kills’), recently released in Italian. Tornielli is encouraging discussion of the issue because, he says, “raising the question does not mean being a communist.”

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