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    WASHINGTON (CNS) -- Suzanne Brown-Fleming was on a track to the kind of career she wanted. After having been educated in Catholic schools in the Virginia suburbs of Washington for 12 years, she flourished further in her undergraduate and graduate studies ...

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  • Germany tour led to making Holocaust research her life's work

    WASHINGTON (CNS) -- Suzanne Brown-Fleming was on a track to the kind of career she wanted. After having been educated in Catholic schools in the Virginia suburbs of Washington for 12 years, she flourished further in her undergraduate and graduate studies ...

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  • German Catholics complete final preparations for 'synodal way'

    OXFORD, England (CNS) -- German Catholics insisted their national "synodal way" reform consultation will have an impact on the church worldwide, as final preparations were completed for the consultation's first plenary in January. "Our bishops' conference ...

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  • CUA an onsite, online repository for Archbishop Sheen's archives

    WASHINGTON (CNS) -- Thanks to television and radio, Archbishop Fulton J. Sheen touched countless Americans using the most advanced technology available to him. Some years ago, The Catholic University of America in Washington, using the most advanced ...

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Germany tour led to making Holocaust research her life's work


WASHINGTON (CNS) -- Suzanne Brown-Fleming was on a track to the kind of career she wanted. After having been educated in Catholic schools in the Virginia suburbs of Washington for 12 years, she flourished further in her undergraduate and graduate studies in college, and was quite close to finishing her doctoral dissertation in modern German history.

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Martyrdom comes from following Christ without compromise, pope says


VATICAN CITY (CNS) -- There always will be martyrs among Christians in the world, Pope Francis said. Martyrdom "is the sign that we are on Jesus' path; it's a blessing from the Lord that within the people of God there is someone who gives this witness of martyrdom," he said Dec. 11 during his weekly general audience in the Vatican's Paul VI hall, which was decorated with a large Christmas tree and Nativity scene.

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Baltimore archbishop says Mother Lange's sainthood cause moving forward


BALTIMORE (CNS) -- Vatican officials are moving ahead with the cause for sainthood for Mother Mary Elizabeth Lange, Baltimore Archbishop William E. Lori said Dec. 5 in Rome. If canonized, Mother Lange, the founder of the Oblate Sisters of Providence, would become the first black American saint. Mother Lange immigrated to Baltimore in the early 19th century and opened a school for black children in her small home in Baltimore's Fells Point section.

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CUA an onsite, online repository for Archbishop Sheen's archives


WASHINGTON (CNS) -- Thanks to television and radio, Archbishop Fulton J. Sheen touched countless Americans using the most advanced technology available to him. Some years ago, The Catholic University of America in Washington, using the most advanced technology it had available, digitized its archives on Archbishop Sheen, as well as maintaining them on the university campus.

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