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By Physicians and Nurses Against Tobacco (PANAT)
Physicians and Nurses Against Tobacco (PANAT) expressing their disappointment of Pope Benedict XVI willingness to address Public Health Problem, and are hoping that Pope Benedict's Successor will not allow the same to be true.
By Mary Ann Liebert, Inc., publishers
The fascinating Conclaves system for electing a new pope, which has been in place since the late 1200s is described in "Creating the Rules of the Modern Papal Election," published in Election Law Journal from Mary Ann Liebert, Inc., publishers.
By The AntiChrist
The enemy is not a religion. The enemy is not a person. The enemy is not a nation nor is the enemy a Human Race. The enemy is the Beast known as Freemasonry and we must come together and stand united as one nation, under G-D to fight this evil.
By The AntiChrist
Alejandro Estrada has just released the newest revision of his Autobiographical memoir “Pandora, her Box and her Daddy’s Curse” which reflects on the four year homicide investigation that the Justice Department has fought to keep censored.
By Kevin Wandra
German writer Michael Heseman details over-80-year-old bond between Monsignor Georg Ratzinger and his brother Joseph – Pope Benedict XVI – In My Brother the Pope, available March 1 in English from Ignatius Press
By Mary Aktay, Dir. of Communication, Xaverian Miss.
The Xaverian Missionaries are sponsoring a pilgrimage to Rome to celebrate the canonization of their founder, Blessed Guido Maria Conforti, on October 23, 2011.
By Mary Aktay, Director of Communication
Blessed Guido Maria Conforti, Founder of the Xaverian Missionaries and "Missionary to the World," will be canonized by Pope Benedict XVI on October 23, 2011 in St. Peter's Basilica, Rome.
By The Maximus Group
As the world awaits his beatification, American Catholics who are interested in getting acquainted with – or growing closer to – Cardinal Newman need look no further than Ignatius Press.
By Humanity's Team
Pope Benedict XVI would serve humanity best if he declared during his U.S. visit no path to God was better than any other, a global spiritual group said Monday. "God loves us all equally, and denies no one," the Humanity's Team movement said.
By Anvil Publishers, Inc.
While he was Cardinal Joseph Ratzinger, Pope Benedict XVI advocated the cause for sainthood of a 19th century nun who was a stigmatic (bled from wounds like Christ), ecstatic (visionary) and inediac (lived on water and communion wafers).