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Papal puzzler: Leo XIII anonymously published riddles in Latin
Jul 25 2014
Going by the pseudonym "X," Pope Leo XIII anonymously crafted poetic puzzles in Latin for a Roman periodical at the turn of the 19th century.

Obama administration says it plans opt-out alternative on mandate
Jul 24 2014
The Obama administration has filed a brief indicating it plans to develop an alternative for Catholic and other religious nonprofit employers.

Take me out to the ballgame: Oriole Park through the eyes of the team’s biggest fan
Jul 24 2014
For those who moonlight as the Oriole Bird, mascot of the Baltimore Orioles, making people smile brings great joy.

Vatican revising canon law on abuse penalties, cardinal says
Jul 24 2014
The Vatican is working to revise a section of the Code of Canon Law to make norms and procedures for effectively dealing with allegations of clerical sexual abuse more effective.

Free from ordeal in Sudan, woman condemned for apostasy meets pope
Jul 24 2014
Meeting a Sudanese woman who risked execution for Catholicism, the pope thanked Meriam Ibrahim for "her steadfast witness of faith."


St. Clare's dance camp nurtures body and soul

Young women who volunteer to run St. Clare's dance camp incorporate religion into the mix.

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