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Pro-Marriage Forces Struggle in California
SACRAMENTO, Calif. (NCRegister.com) — This year, California is the battleground for marriage, as voters weigh a constitutional amendment that would halt such same-sex unions that are now taking place in that state.

The New Civil Rights Movement
The pro-life movement is the new women’s movement.

The Food Crisis: How Humans Respond
The global food crisis is a cold issue on the American news front. We pay little attention to it for a number of reasons.

New Media, Same Message
Catholic conference spotlights YouTubes, blogs, podcasts and more.

Priest Groups Grow
Priestly communities catching on throughout North America.

The Web of Faith
Evangelizing online.

What About the Children?
(NCRegister.com) — American College of Pediatricians warn against same-sex families.

Archbishop Challenges ‘Roman Catholics for Obama’
DENVER (NCRegister.com) — Archbishop Charles Chaput of Denver chided a group called Roman Catholics for Obama ’08 for quoting him out of context on voting for a pro-abortion candidate.

Same-Sex ‘Marriage’ and the Persecution of Civil Society
Advocates of same-sex “marriage” present the idea as a step forward for tolerance and respect. But recent developments place that interpretation very much in doubt.

Israeli-Holy See Panel Concludes Another Round4
Representatives of the Holy See and Israel concluded a meeting with "cautious satisfaction."

Aliens Theological Debate
Who might be out there?

Alien Life Out There
Vatican astronomer’s take on extraterrestials.

Obama vs. The Right to Life
Obama’s votes and official positions deny the right to life to three categories of human beings: the unborn, the “accidentally” born and, at least in one case, the adult “unfit.” Let’s look at each.

Disappointment Over California Marriage Ruling
"Activism Run Amok," Says Legal Expert

Obama’s Position on Life Issues Is a Stark Contrast to McCain’s
Is the Democratic Frontrunner Most Pro-Abortion Ever?

Catholic.net Upgrades to Serve Catholic Community
Catholic.net Aims to Form an Online Community Committed to Evangelize the Social World

Pontifical Institute's Response to Muslim Letter
"We note the emergence of a new attitude."

Positive Steps with Islam Noted
VATICAN CITY, NOV. 25, 2007 (Zenit.org).- Cardinals meeting with Benedict XVI before Saturday's consistory noted positive steps in the relationship between the Church and Islam.

Aide: Pope Favors Dialogue with Islam
VATICAN CITY - In his response to the letter sent by 138 Muslim scholars, Benedict XVI says he believes in "sincere and frank dialogue" with Islam.

Teddy Bear Theology
ROME, DEC. 10, 2007 (Zenit.org).- A reminder of the problems for Christian minorities in Islamic countries came recently with the case of a British school teacher jailed in Sudan.

Al-Qaida Reference to Pope "Not Surprising"
Vatican aide says terrorists worried by a Pontiff who dialogues.

New Book Motherhood Interrupted Published
Former NOW member and Planned Parenthood volunteer releases a compilation of 16 abortion stories.

New ‘Saint’ Series of Vatican Library Collection Silk Scarves available.
BETHESDA, MD (FEBRUARY 7, 2008) - Digital Imaging Studios, has produced a new series of Vatican Library Collection scarves. The first series consisted of designs mainly from medieval floral manuscripts or from the Chigi Codex.

Worldwide Cardinal-Bishop Petition for the Proclamation of a Marian Dogma
ITALY (FEBRUARY 8, 2008) - Cardinals Initiate Worldwide Cardinal-Bishop Petition to Pope Benedict XVI for the Proclamation of a Marian Dogma

Scourged Jesus Statue
Lent a time to see Scourged Christ

Hillary vs. Women
Candidate Alienating the Sisterhood?

Cardinal Arinze: Conversion to Christ Is Liberation
VATICAN CITY, DEC. 14, 2007 (Zenit.org).- Cardinal Francis Arinze says that the proposal of faith in Christ by missionaries pays tribute to the human freedom of Africans and their ability to know and love that which is good and true.

Vatican: Christ Gives Catholics Duty to Evangelize
Doctrinal Congregation Clarifies Missionary Mandate

Sant'Egidio Hails New Jersey Death Penalty Vote
ROME, DEC. 14, 2007 (Zenit.org).- The lay Catholic Community of Sant'Egidio asked the city of Rome to light up the Colosseum when New Jersey's governor signs into law a bill abolishing the death penalty in that state.

Holy Father Hoping for Solution in Lebanon
VATICAN CITY, DEC. 14, 2007 (Zenit.org).- Benedict XVI says he is praying that Lebanese leaders have the strength and courage to seek the common good for their nation, above personal interests.


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