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Ernesto Cardenal, one of Latin America's most renowned, but also controversial, poets and political activists, has shifted his recent work to reflect on humanity's connection to nature and relationship to the universe. Ray Suarez speaks with the poet about his…
By Talea Miller
Guatemala's Archbishop Oscar Julio Vian Morales calls for more education about natural family planning, and encourages Guatemala's men to change their attitudes towards women.
Funerals were held today for hostages killed at a Roman Catholic Church in Baghdad last night. Militants raided the church and killed at least 58 people and wounded 78 others. Pope Benedict XVI condemned the murder of unarmed worshippers.
In other news Tuesday, the death toll mounted in Kyrgyzstan as ethnic rioting aimed at minority Uzbeks continued, and British Prime Minister David Cameron apologized for the 1972 "Bloody Sunday" massacre of 13 civil rights demonstrators in Northern Ireland.
In an exclusive television interview, Margaret Warner spoke with Cardinal William Levada, a top Vatican official charged with handling the fallout of the church's sexual abuse scandal. Following is an extended transcript of their conversation.
Margaret Warner, who has been reporting on the scene of the G-8 summit, discusses the meeting's conclusion and President Obama's next stop in Ghana.
In his commencement speech at Notre Dame University, President Obama urged those on both sides of the abortion debate to seek "common ground" in dialogue on the divisive topic. Analysts examine public opinion on the abortion issue.
Sister Cyril Mooney, principal of the Loreto Day School in Kolkata, India, is working to provide poor children a place to learn by day and a safe haven at night. Fred de Sam Lazaro reports.
After encountering international criticism, the Vatican has demanded that a bishop whose excommunication was lifted last month by Pope Benedict XVI recant his denial of the Holocaust. A National Catholic reporter gives an update.
Pope Benedict XVI's decision to reinstate Bishop Richard Williamson, who has made comments denying the full extent of the Holocaust and the existence of gas chambers during World War II, has drawn sharp criticism. A reporter discusses the controversy.
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