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Pope reassures foster kids, says life events can make adults ‘fragile’

hen people are unable to love or accept a child with problems or illness, many times it's because they are too weak themselves to be able to bear someone else's vulnerabilities, Pope Francis told a group of children and young people who are wards of the state.

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‘Living Biblically,’ Feb. 26, CBS

Admirable, likable, but uneven in tone and execution, CBS' new sitcom "Living Biblically" debuts Monday, Feb. 26, 9:30-10 p.m. EST, and will air in that time slot throughout its 13-week run.

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Pope says Paul VI will be declared a saint this year

Although Pope Francis announced the upcoming canonization of Blessed Paul VI, he still has not formally signed the decree recognizing the miracle nor held a consistory -- a meeting of cardinals -- to set the date for the ceremony.

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Church’s Lenten observance dedicated to shooting victims, their families

A parish community less than two miles away and directly impacted by the Feb. 14 school shooting at a Broward County high school is finding new purpose in Lent this year, according to the parish administrator.

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U.S. bishops declare national call-in day to urge Congress to save DACA

After the Senate failed Feb. 15 to garner the 60 votes needed to move a bill forward to protect the "Dreamers," officials of the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops announced a "National Catholic Call-In Day to Protect Dreamers" Feb. 26.

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Catholics urged to affirm beauty, ‘liberating truth’ of ‘Humanae Vitae’

The "liberating truth" of Blessed Paul VI's encyclical "Humanae Vitae" is as relevant today 50 years after its promulgation, and maybe even more so, said Denver Archbishop Samuel J. Aquila in his new pastoral, "The Splendor of Love."

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