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Get political
DHAKA (UCAN): “Now, the signs of the times demand that Christians need active political engagement to serve the community and the nation better,” Patrick Cardinal D’Rozario, the archbishop of Dhaka, said on July 17.
 

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Doubting cardinal dies
COLOGNE (SE): The group of four who had become known as the doubting cardinals has now been reduced to three with the death in Cologne, Germany, of Joachim Cardinal Meisner at the age of 83 while on vacation in Bad Füssing on July 5.
 

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The bottom 100 richest
VATICAN (SE): Fund for Peace has taken a cue from Forbes Magazine, but instead of listing the top 100 richest people in the world, it chose to list the bottom 100.
 
The Australian non-government organisation has named 13-year-old Mary Myaluak Gai, from South Sudan, as Bill Gates’ absolute alter ego.

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The devil may care
ROME (SE): The devil may care, but is a symbolic figure invented by Christians to explain the existence of evil in the world, Father Arturo Sosa Abascal, the Jesuit superior general told the Spanish newspaper, El Mundo, on June 1.
 

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Trudeau asks pope to apologise for cultural genocide
VATICAN (SE): The prime minister of Canada, Justin Trudeau, met with Pope Francis on May 29 encouraging him to issue an apology on behalf of the Catholic Church for the role it played in administering the residential schools established in the 19th century for the children of indigenous people.
 

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