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    Washington D.C. (CNA) - Christmas carols echo reality for most Americans, who believe in the historical accuracy of several Gospel descriptions of the birth of Jesus Christ. The Pew Research Center's survey, published Dec. 15, found "widespread belief ...

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  • Most Americans believe in Christmas story

    Washington D.C. (CNA) - Christmas carols echo reality for most Americans, who believe in the historical accuracy of several Gospel descriptions of the birth of Jesus Christ. The Pew Research Center's survey, published Dec. 15, found "widespread belief ...

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  • Opening series of talks on the family, pope extols Mary, St. Joseph

    VATICAN CITY (CNS) -- At his last weekly public audience of 2014, Pope Francis started a series of talks on the family with a reflection on the Holy Family of Jesus, Mary and St. Joseph as a model for all Christian families. The pope spoke Dec. 17 after ...

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  • Though painful at times, visitation was positive, speakers say

    VATICAN CITY (CNS) -- The apostolic visitation of U.S. communities of religious women, though initially met with some resistance, ended up promoting a greater sense of unity in the church and helped the women become more aware of how God is working in ...

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  • Vatican report calls U.S. women religious to continued dialogue

    VATICAN CITY (CNS) -- A massive, detailed Vatican-ordered investigation of U.S. communities of women religious ended with a call to the women themselves to continue discerning how best to live the Gospel in fidelity to their orders' founding ideals while ...

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Most Americans believe in Christmas story


Washington D.C. (CNA) - Christmas carols echo reality for most Americans, who believe in the historical accuracy of several Gospel descriptions of the birth of Jesus Christ. The Pew Research Center's survey, published Dec. 15, found "widespread belief in the Biblical Christmas story."

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Pope names second abuse survivor, global experts to protection panel


VATICAN CITY (CNS) -- Pope Francis expanded his papal commission on child protection to include a second survivor of abuse and more experts from around the world. The Commission for the Protection of Minors, which Pope Francis established one year ago, adds four more women and four men from five continents to the now-17-member body.

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