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First United Nations 'Spiritual Summit' Planned
1,000 of world's spiritual leaders to meet in August 2000
Jerusalem's Church Leaders Usher in Millennium Celebrations
Protestant, Catholic, and Orthdox heads pray in Manger Square
Leading Catholic Theologian Outlines His Vision of Next Pope
Church needs a reforming pope, especially regarding sexual ethics, says Hans Kung
Ecumenism: Pope Apologizes
Pakistan: Christians Hail Electoral Reform
Pakistan scraps system in which religious minorities could only vote for candidates of their own faith.
NCC Presses Case for Boy's Swift Return to CubaSubscriber Access Only
'This is not a healthy situation for the boy,' says new general secretary
Suspended Sentence for Pole at Center of Auschwitz ControversySubscriber Access Only
Roman Catholic found guilty of racial hatred for placing crosses at Nazi camp
Patriarch Bartholomeos Defines Church's Relationship to StateSubscriber Access Only
Church 'does not utilize worldly methods and powers,' says Ecumenical Patriarch of Constantinople
Not All Religions Equal Declares Pope John Paul IISubscriber Access Only
Jesus is 'unique Savior,' Pope reiterates; other religions called 'incomplete.'
Australia's New Anglican Leader Promises to Remain OutspokenSubscriber Access Only
Peter Carnley was first to ordain women priests—before female ordination agreed by General Synod.
Pope Asks Forgiveness for Past Betrayal of the GospelSubscriber Access Only
Church's 'children' made mistakes, but the church is sacred, says John Paul II
Pope Tells Palestinians to Seek Hope in the Place Where Jesus was BornSubscriber Access Only
Kiss of ground symbolic as John Paul II calls for Palestinian homeland
Israelis and Palestinians Pay Tribute to Pope's Pilgrimage to Holy LandSubscriber Access Only
Though some at grassroots remain unappeased, leaders of both groups are full of praise
Pakistan's Christians 'Not Shocked' by Life Sentence for Former PMSubscriber Access Only
Life has improved, persecution has eased under new leader, say church leaders.
Let Africans Honor Ancestors with Blood Libations in Mass Says BishopSubscriber Access Only
'Is there a way to integrate this custom with their Christian belief as a step towards meaningful inculturation?'
Debt Cancellation a Question of 'Justice' Kenya's Anglican Archbishop Tells JapanSubscriber Access Only
Tokyo skeptical toward Jubilee 2000 message
Nigeria: Moving Toward War?
Deadly riots lead to suspension of Islamic law.
Moscow Meeting Eases Russia's Interchurch Tensions
First major interchurch meeting since 1997 religion law called 'highly important'
Ancient Church Discovered in Gaza
India: Loving the Lepers
A murdered missionary's widow carries on her husband's work.

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