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LOS ANGELES (AP) -- It was a daring and elaborate escape. Three inmates, including a man suspected in a killing, cut through metal, crawled through plumbing tunnels, climbed a roof and rappelled down four stories to freedom using ropes made from bedsheets....
BISMARCK, N.D. (AP) -- The U.S. Supreme Court refused on Monday to review lower court rulings overturning North Dakota's ban on abortion at six weeks of pregnancy - before many women know they're pregnant....
IOWA FALLS, Iowa (AP) -- One week to go, the 2016 presidential candidates opened their final push Monday in Iowa, seeking any edge in a race brimming with unpredictability for both Democrats and Republicans....
IOWA CITY, Iowa (AP) -- Hillary Clinton has a lot of celebrity pals on her side, like actress Lena Dunham and singers Katy Perry or Demi Lovato, the latter of whom belted out hits at a campaign concert at the University of Iowa....
SAN FRANCISCO (AP) -- Apple could soon face one of its biggest challenges to date: Peak iPhone....
IMAGE: CNS/Paul HaringBy Cindy WoodenROME (CNS) -- After walking across the threshold of the HolyDoor with an Orthodox metropolitan and an Anglican archbishop, Pope Francisinvoked God's mercy upon divided Christians and apologized for times that Catholicsmay have hurt members of other denominations."As bishop of Rome and pastor of the Catholic Church, Iwant to beg for mercy and forgiveness for un-Gospel-like behavior on the partof Catholics against Christians of other churches," the pope said Jan. 25at a prayer service concluding the Week of Prayer for Christian Unity."We ask most of all for forgiveness for the sin of ourdivisions, which are an open wound on the body of Christ," Pope Francissaid."At the same time, I ask all my Catholic brothers andsisters to forgive if, today or in the past, they were hurt by otherChristians," he said. "We cannot erase what happened, but we do notwant to allow the burden of past faults to continue to poison ourrelationships."As is customary, Pope F...
Rome, Italy, Jan 25, 2016 / 11:54 am (CNA/EWTN News).- Pope Francis on Monday marked the conclusion of the Week for Christian Unity, saying all Christians are united by the call to conversion and the mission to proclaim the Gospel.  “Beyond the differences that still separate us, we joyfully recognize that, at the origin of the Christian life there is always a call whose author is God,” the Pope during his Jan. 25 homily at Vespers for the Feast of the Conversion of St. Paul.“Conversion means let the Lord live and work in us,” the Roman Pontiff said. “For this reason, when Christians of different churches together to the Word of God listen and try to put it into practice, they accomplish truly important steps towards unity.”“The mission of the whole people of God is to proclaim the wonderful deeds of the Lord, above all the Paschal mystery of Christ, through whom we have passed from the darkness of sin and death, the glory of his life, ...
(Vatican Radio) Pope Francis’ visit to the Swedish city of Lund at the end of October to take part in a joint commemoration of the start of the Reformation will mark the first time that this event has been celebrated in an ecumenical way.The Vatican announced on Monday that the Pope and leaders of the World Lutheran Federation will jointly host the event on October 31st in cooperation with the Church of Sweden and the Catholic diocese of Stockholm.In the past, all major anniversaries of the Reformation have been moments of “conflict and rivalry”, according to Bishop Brian Farrell, Secretary of the Pontifical Council for Promoting Christian Unity. He told Philippa Hitchen the event will mark, in a highly symbolic way, the fruits of 50 years of patient dialogue between his Council and the Lutheran World FederationListen  Bishop Farrell says the Catholic-Lutheran dialogue has made such significant progress because “we’ve been able to go to the heart...
"You are preparing to respond to that impulse from the Spirit, to be the 'future of the Church', in accordance with God's heart; not with individual preferences or passing fashions, but as the announcement of the Gospel requires", said the Pope this morning as he received in audience the Pontifical Community of the Lombard Seminary in Rome, in the Clementine Hall. "To prepare oneself well requires not only extensive work, but also an inner conversion, basing daily ministry on the first call of Jesus, and reviving it in the personal relationship with Him, as did the apostle Paul, whose conversion we remember today".The pope went on to mention St. Charles Borromeo, whose life is presented as "a constant movement of conversion, reflecting the image of the Pastor. He identified with this image, and he nurtured it with his life, aware that discourse becomes reality at the price of blood: the sanguinis ministri were for him the true priests. He achie...
I recently aired two interviews on the Kid's Kingdom. One person is a theatre instructor at Patel Conservatory and he said that when he was 8 years old...
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