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Unprecedented coalition of religious leaders call Americans to stand for sanctity of life, marriage, and religious freedom

Unprecedented coalition of religious leaders call Americans to stand for sanctity of life, marriage, and religious freedom

Washington D.C., Nov 20, 2009 / 06:21 am (CNA) - An unprecedented coalition of prominent Christian clergy, ministry leaders, and scholars has crafted a 4,700-word declaration addressing the sanctity of life, traditional marriage, and religious liberty. The declaration issues “a clarion call” to Christians to adhere to their convictions and informs civil authorities that the signers will not “under any circumstance” abandon their Christian consciences.

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THE NEW NATIONAL MIGRATION WEEK WEBSITE IS HERE!

I am writing to let you know that the new National Migration Week Website has been launched.  As with any educational website, it remains a work in progress that we will continually build on in the coming months.  However, there are a number of resources on the website that we hope you will take advantage of, including the new material for this year's National Migration Week.  Please visit the website here:

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AGENDA UNITED STATES CONFERENCE OF CATHOLIC BISHOPS GENERAL MEETING

November 16-19, 2009, Baltimore, MD

CONVENE AT 1:30PM
MID AFTERNOON PRAYER
INTRODUCTION OF NEW MEMBERS
INTRODUCTION OF “SENIORES”
PRAYER FOR DECEASED BISHOPS
MESSAGE TO THE HOLY FATHER
INTRODUCTION/WELCOME OF GUESTS, OBSERVERS and MEDIA
APPROVAL OF AGENDA

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Vatican Proposals for Caring for Those on the Street

"Jesus Himself Came Up and Walked by Their Side"

VATICAN CITY, NOV. 5, 2009 - Here is the final document of the 1st Integrated European Meeting for the Pastoral Care of the Road/Street. The meeting was held at the Vatican last month.

In the final document, dated Oct. 24 and released today, the pontifical council offers 57 conclusions and 51 recommendations for those who work on the roads and railways, prostitutes, children of the street, and the homeless.

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