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Catholic News Service Report for Wednesday, October 22, 2014
POPE-AUDIENCE Oct-22-2014 (840 words) With photos.
All wars begin in a jealous heart; let go of pride, envy, pope says
SCHEDULE FOR Wednesday, Oct. 22, 2014
SISTERS-CYBERSPACE Oct-22-2014 (570 words) With photo posted Oct. 21.
Benedictine sisters use social media as way to spread the Gospel
UKRAINE-ARCHBISHOPS Oct-22-2014 (980 words) With photo.
As elections approach, Catholic leaders say they see a new Ukraine
VIDEO posted Oct. 22, 2014
LIBYA-MINISTERING Oct-22-2014 (440 words) With photo.
Libya church pledges to continue mission despite new fighting
BISHOPS-PREVIEW Oct-22-2014 (1,040 words) With photos.
Liturgical items top agenda at USCCB general meeting in Baltimore
GUEST COMMENTARY Oct-22-2014 (750 words)
Do not abandon the elderly
EBOLA-RESPONSE (UPDATED) Oct-22-2014 (930 words)
U.S. Catholic health care workers, dioceses respond to Ebola crisis
IRAQ-MANUSCRIPTS Oct-22-2014 (900 words) With photos.
Amid insurgency, Iraqi priest is guardian angel of ancient manuscripts
SCOUTING Oct-22-2014 (750 words) With photo.
Catholic involvement helps Girl Scouts feed their 'hunger for the holy'
ADVISORY-SCHEDULE CHANGE Oct-22-2014
PRIESTHOOD-SELFIES Oct-22-2014 (640 words) With photo.
Priest says taking 'selfies,' posting them a way to connect to students
IMMIGRATION-ACTION Oct-22-2014 (1,020 words) With photos.
Panelists: Executive actions on immigration will face challenges
CUPICH-RECTORY Oct-22-2014 (290 words)
Chicago's new archbishop to live in rectory at Holy Name Cathedral
CEMETERIES Oct-22-2014 (1,180 words) With photos.
Official says Catholic cemeteries have 'huge opportunity to evangelize'
NEWS BRIEFS Oct-22-2014 (2,880 words)
News Briefs for Wednesday, Oct. 22, 2014
10/22/2014 4:50 PM ET
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