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VATICAN CITY -- Two women may hold the key to clearing up questions still surrounding the death of Pope John Paul I and to overcoming the first hurdle on his path to canonization.
Q. My husband was an officer in Vietnam, and he gave an order that probably killed several of the enemy. He says that, if he had to do it over, he would do it again in order to save his men. But he doesn’t expect to ever go to heaven. Is he right? (Question Corner, Seeds of Faith)
Many years ago, I was a young history teacher in a small Catholic school. It was, in most respects, a wonderful place, graced by a bevy of competent Ursuline sisters. (Columns)
As the Catholic Church discovered 15 years ago, sometimes it takes just one case to blow the lid off a long-fermenting scandal. (Guest commentary)
Life as a Christian in Iraq and Syria has gotten progressively worse over the past 15 years. Christians and other minorities in the Middle East will hopefully be getting more direct assistance from the United States. (Editorial)
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