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On 'Moral' Grounds, Pope to Push for Action on Climate Change

On 'Moral' Grounds, Pope to Push for Action on Climate Change
Pope Francis will take on global warming in 2015, with a lengthy speech on human ecology and climate change to the world’s 1.2 billion Catholics, an address to the United Nations general assembly, and a summit of the world’s main religions, according to the Observer.
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Catholics Argue Koch Money Is Immoral

Catholics Argue Koch Money Is Immoral
In an intriguing, heated proxy war between church conservatives and Pope Francis-inspired progressives, a group of 50 Catholic leaders is protesting the flagship Catholic University of America accepting a $1 million donation for its business school from Charles Koch, arguing the Koch political agenda "directly contradicts Catholic teaching on a range of moral issues."
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Scandalous Maximus! NSA Spied on the Pope

Scandalous Maximus! NSA Spied on the Pope
The NSA has been busy, spying on the American people, on Germany's Angela Merkel - and now, the Pope!
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Pope Francis: Who Am I To Judge Gay Priests?

Pope Francis: Who Am I To Judge Gay Priests?
Pope Francis reached out to gays on Monday, saying he wouldn't judge priests for their sexual orientation in a remarkably open and wide-ranging news conference as he returned from his first foreign trip. "If someone is gay and he searches for the Lord and has good will, who am I to judge?" Francis asked.
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Cartoonists Reveal How the Next Pope Will Be Chosen

Cartoonists Reveal How the Next Pope Will Be Chosen
Since the Papal Conclave is obscured by secrecy, leave it to a handful of the world's top cartoonists to peer in and figure out how the next Pope will be selected.
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One Fairy Tale to Another

Finding the next Pope: How it really works...
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Would You Pick Him Up?

Would You Pick Him Up?
If you saw this guy hitchhiking on the side of the highway, would you pick him up?
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Nearly Half of US Catholics Want the Next Pope to 'Move the Church in New Directions'

Nearly Half of US Catholics Want the Next Pope to 'Move the Church in New Directions'
As the pontificate of Benedict XVI winds down, many American Catholics express a desire for change. For example, most U.S. Catholics say it would be good if the next pope allows priests to marry.
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