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2016-02-18 Pope tells Trump building walls ‘not Christian’ on way back to Vatican Mexico
C. 2015-09-27 Pope Francis holds large Mass in Philadelphia to end US visit
3. 2015-09-27 Pope Francis: 'God weeps' at child sex abuse Philadelphia
E. 2015-09-23 Pope Francis makes saint of controversial Hispanic missionary Washington
F. 2014-03-20 Anti-gay church founder Phelps dies Kansas
6. 2014-02-18 US nun jailed for nuclear break-in
H. 2013-12-11 Pope Francis named Time's Person of the Year New York
8. 2013-05-08 Nun guilty of nuclear site break-in

  Pope Francis holds large Mass in Philadelphia to end US visit   Pope Francis has celebrated a large open-air Mass in Philadelphia, ending his six-day visit. He appealed for unity and family love   Pope Francis: 'God weeps' at child sex abuse   Philadelphia: Pope Francis has met and prayed with a small group of victims of child sexual abuse in the US, saying 'God weeps' for their suffering   Pope Francis makes saint of controversial Hispanic missionary  Washington: Pope Francis has named 18th-Century missionary Junipero Serra a saint, in a move cheered by Hispanic Catholics but criticised by some Native Americans Egypt bans movie 'Exodus'   Cairo: 'The Ministry of Culture bans the film 'Gods and Kings' for historical inaccuracies,' the Egyptian agency said in a statement Anti-gay church founder Phelps dies. Kansas US nun jailed for nuclear break-in. Tennessee   Pope Francis named Time's Person of the Year  New York: Time is saying the Church's new leader has changed the perception of the 2,000-year-old institution in an extraordinary way in a short time Nun guilty of nuclear site break-in. Tennessee Korean War priest awarded US Medal of Honor. Washington LA archdiocese payout over sex abuse. Los Angeles Iran sentences U.S. pastor to 8 years in prison US church approves gay blessings. Indiana Catholic leaders skewer Paul Ryan. Washington Mormons baptise Nazi-hunter kin. Arizona LA bishop with secret family quits. Los Angeles US priests in sex abuse pay-out. Oregon Britain bans controversial U.S. pastor  London: Britain has denied entry to Terry Jones who said last year that he was 'praying about' whether to burn Qurans to protest the 9/11 attacks Rethinking canceled Quran burning   Florida: Pastor said he would 'rethink our position' after a Muslim leader said the minister incorrectly announced that the Islamic center would be moved Church defiant over Koran burning
  Pope tells Trump building walls ‘not Christian’ on way back to Vatican

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  Mexico: Pope Francis questioned Donald Trump's Christianity Thursday over the Republican presidential hopeful's plan to build a wall on the Mexican border

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  Florida: A small US church says it will defy international condemnation and go ahead with plans to burn copies of the Koran on the 9/11 anniversary
 Organiser, Pastor Terry Jones said: 'We must send a clear message to the radical element of Islam'

  Vatican: Benedict XVI has been accused of failing to act on complaints from two archbishops in the US about a priest who allegedly abused 200 deaf boys
 An archbishop wrote letters in 1996 to the Vatican watchdog led by Cardinal Ratzinger calling for disciplinary proceedings against Fr Lawrence Murphy, who was a priest, believed to have molested some 200 boys at St John's School for the Deaf in St Francis, Wisconsin, between 1950 and 1974

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Apr.20   Pope offers prayer at Ground Zero
Map of Manhattan  Manhattan: Benedict XVI has visited the scene of the 11 September 2001 attacks on Twin Towers, at the end of a six-day tour of the US Apr.18   Pope promotes friendship at synagogue   Manhattan: Benedict XVI encouraged worshippers in the Park East Synagogue to 'continue building bridges of friendship' with ethnic and religious groups Apr.15   Warm US welcome for Pope Benedict
  Washington: Pope received an unprecedented presidential greeting from Bush as he arrived for his first official visit to the US

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Jul.15 LA cardinal offers abuse apology
  Los Angeles: The Roman Catholic Church in LA has apologised to hundreds of people abused by priests after agreeing to a record-breaking settlement

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Dec.17 Episcopal Church splits over sexuality   The Falls Church and Truro Church have voted to break away because of a decision to consecrate a gay bishop

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Sep.8 Bush declares Katrina prayer day  Washington: US President has declared 16 September 16 a national day of prayer and remembrance for the victims of the Hurricane

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Jul.6 Claims 'bankrupt archdiocese'   Oregon: A Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Portland cannot meet the cost of claims by people allegedly abused by its priests Feb.16 Sex abuse priests: '4,450 accused'  The survey by the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops found that children made more than 11,000 allegations

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Nov.2 Gay bishop consecrated
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  New Hampshire: Episcopal Church consecrates openly gay bishop Rev. Gene Robinson Sunday as bishop of the New Hampshire Diocese
Aug.8 Church offer over sex abuse. Boston Aug.5 Anglicans elect gay bishop   New Hampshire: First openly gay, non-celibate bishop Gene Robinson was confirmed as Bishop of New Hampshire

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Dec.13 Cardinal Law quits over sex scandal
. Boston Jun.13 Bishops' summit makes apology. Texas Jun.4 Bishops draw up abuse response May.3 Boston Church rejects sex abuse deal Apr.23 Pope condemns US church sex abuse  Vatican: Pope told 12 American cardinals there was no place in the Roman Catholic Church for priests who sexually abused children

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Sep.14   America mourns its dead
  Washington: President Bush is attending a service at the national cathedral

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