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Judith Sudilovsky

Catholic News Service

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Family tradition: Carrying the cross on Jerusalem’s Via Dolorosa

JERUSALEM (CNS) — For four decades, Mousa Kamar has taken his place at the head of the heavy wooden cross used during the Franciscan Good Friday procession on the Via […]

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Religious freedom in US, world, focus of June 22-29 observance

WASHINGTON (CNS) — The U.S. Catholic Church’s 2018 religious freedom observance begins June 22, the feast of two English martyrs who fought religious persecution — Sts. John Fisher and St. […]

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Gaza students in Catholic-run school defy daily challenges

JERUSALEM (CNS) — Messelem Abu Mutlak, a 15-year-old student at the Rosary Sisters School in Gaza, fantasizes about being a champion goalkeeper and when he is not studying, he dedicates […]

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Mideast Christian leaders to Trump: Jerusalem move could have dire results

JERUSALEM (CNS) — In an open letter to U.S. President Donald Trump, Christian leaders in Jerusalem said U.S. recognition of the city as the capital of Israel could have dire […]

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Latin patriarchate: New law governing lands poses ‘serious consequences’

JERUSALEM (CNS) — The Latin Patriarchate of Jerusalem warned of “serious consequences” from a new law that allows the government to seize private Palestinian lands where unauthorized Israeli settlements have […]