03/08/2013 2:02amThe small shopkeepers in Greenwich are running out of time.
03/08/2013 2:18amHe's the son of a deeply religious couple who defied communist repression to practice their faith. And if elected pope, Hungarian Cardinal Peter Erdo would be the second pontiff to come from eastern Europe _ following in the footsteps of the late John Paul II, a Pole who left a great legacy helping to topple communism.
03/08/2013 2:46amArchaeological sites and museums across Greece have shut down for 24 hours due to a strike by Culture Ministry employees protesting planned reforms that aim to streamline the ministry's operations.
03/08/2013 2:49amA veteran of the Irish nationalist Sinn Fein party has won a special election to fill a Northern Ireland seat in the British Parliament, defeating a British Protestant candidate whose father was shot to death by the Irish Republican Army.
03/08/2013 5:40amThere were days when she prayed for a bullet to end her suffering. When she thought she was dying of a heart attack, she whispered "Thank you God."
03/08/2013 6:40amGermany and three other nations say the European Union needs a powerful watchdog to insure that member states adhere to fundamental values including democracy, respect for human rights and freedom of expression.
03/08/2013 7:20amThe election of a new pope always brings with it hopes for change from across the Catholic ideological and theological spectrum. Advocacy groups from around the world have descended on Rome to try to publicize their causes while media attention on the Vatican is high. These lay groups won't determine the vote. But some movements are influencing the debate, particularly those that count hundreds of active Catholic priests as members _ a threat the Vatican cannot easily ignore. On Friday, International Women's Day, cardinals who are working through the problems of the church before entering the conclave discussed the role of women in the church _ a first for the deliberations. Here is a look at some of the more well-known "dissident" reform and advocacy groups, from those claiming to have ordained female priests to those seeking Vatican files on sexually abusive priests.
03/08/2013 1:30pmThe Vatican's spokesman came to his press briefing Friday bearing flowers for female journalists to mark International Women's Day. "On behalf of all of us men, congratulations and happy Women's Day!" said a beaming Rev. Federico Lombardi.
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