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4 Boy's miraculous recovery - he died, saw Jesus, then returned - CathNews New Zealand
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9 Pope'warns bishops not to accept gay applicants to the priesthood' - South China Morning Post
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11 Pope moves 12 sainthood causes ahead, including U.S. missionary's - The Pilot
12 Australian Catholic Archbishop Philip Wilson found guilty of concealing child sex abuse - Christian Today
13 Vatican denounces offshore tax havens as harming the poor - Religion News Service
14 Pope Francis grants indulgences for World Meeting of Families (Vatican News) - Catholic Culture
15 Clerical abuse arose from misuse of authority, Chilean priest says - Catholic News Agency
16 Pope Francis Continues to Boost Diversity in College of Cardinals - The Wall Street Journal
17 Pope Francis vows 'change' in Chile church after paedophile scandal - Mid Day
18 Pope Paul Said No - First Things
19 That at Least Peter 's Shadow Might Fall on Them: A Challenge to the Church in the Acts of the Apostles - Archdiocese of Washington
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