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A Jesuit promotes human dignity, from Central America to the Holy See
Two years in El Salvador after the 1989 murders there of six Jesuit scholars was only one episode in Jesuit Father Michael Czerny's long career in the field of social justice, which he now pursues inside the Vatican as an official of the Pontifical Council for Justice and Peace.
Experts praise new Vatican laws, but ask for inspection of Vatican bank
European experts on preventing financial crimes praised a series of new Vatican laws and procedures but urged the Vatican to move immediately to conduct onsite inspections of the Vatican bank and the Administration of the Patrimony of the Holy See.
Pope says God speaks in whispers, so hush a bit before Christmas
If silence is not one of the sounds associated with Christmas preparations, chances are people will miss an experience of the love and tenderness that is at the heart of the holiday, Pope Francis said.
Central African leaders tell of humanitarian crisis in Bangui
The secretary-general of the Central African Republic's Catholic bishops' conference said thousands of displaced civilians had taken refuge in Bangui's churches and parish buildings, creating "drastic humanitarian needs."
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