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Questions about human sexuality, marriage & same-sex unions

Marriage is headline news these days.  A debate about the nature, purpose and very definition of marriage is taking place nationwide and right here in Pennsylvania.
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Marriage: We’re going the wrong way

With the status of marriage in America today, some wonder if we are going the wrong way when proposing a constitutional amendment to protect and maintain marriage as the union of one man and one woman.
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Welcome to pacatholic.org!

Cardinal Justin Rigali of the Archdiocese of Philadelphia and Amy Hill, Communications Director for the Pennsylvania Catholic Conference (PCC) give a guided tour of pacatholic.org, the website of the PCC Institute for Public Policy.
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The Pope’s new social networking website

In honor of World Communications Day on May 23, 2009, Pope Benedict XVI launched a new website linking users to the Vatican’s presence on popular social networks like Facebook and YouTube.  The new website is http://pope2you.net/index.php
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U.S. Bishops express ‘profound regret’ about shooting death of abortion doctor

Speaking on behalf of the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops, Cardinal Justin Rigali of Philadelphia, chairman of the bishops’ Committee on Pro-Life Activities, expressed profound regret upon learning of the shooting death of abortion doctor George Tiller.
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Pennsylvanians named to Bishops’ child & youth protection National Review Board

Mike Clark, a Pittsburgh TV news anchor, and Antoine M. Garibaldi, Ph.D., president of Gannon University in Erie, Pennsylvania, have been named to the National Review Board for three-year terms beginning June 1. In addition, Stephen A. Zappala Jr., Pennsylvania’s Allegheny Count
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Crash Course in New Technology

The Pennsylvania Catholic Conference Institute for Public Policy takes advantage of some exciting new Internet technology to maximize the usefulness and effectiveness of its website, pacatholic.org. This crash course in new technology will help online users get the most out of the web
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