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Postal Service Fails Low-Income Customers – USA

The following is an opinion piece by Ted Gerarden, consumer advocate at the Postal Rate Commission. The opinions expressed are those of the author and do not represent the views of the commission or the Association for Postal Commerce. On May 8, the Postal Service's...

USA Vincentian Family Leadership Meeting

VINCENTIAN FAMILY LEADERSHIP MEETING After the General Assembly of 1998 on the Vincentian Family, CUSAV took the initiative to organize the first meeting of the national leadership of the Vincentian Family on February 27, 1999. Since that time, the group has met...

Irish Catholics Urged to Vote Against Death Penalty

DUBLIN, Ireland, MAY 28, 2001 (Zenit.org).- A group set up by the Irish Bishops' Conference says it is "morally incumbent on Irish Catholics" to vote for the removal of death-penalty references from the Constitution, in a referendum June 7, the Irish Times reported....

Vincentian Studies Institute Report

The Vincentian Studies Institute (VSI), founded in 1979 by CUSAV, is a national organization for the study and promotion of the Vincentian heritage. In 1992, the Visitatrixes of the Daughters of Charity agreed to join the Visitors of the Congregation of the Mission as...

Texas Governor to Decide Ban on Executing Retarded

AUSTIN, Texas, MAY 28, 2001 (Zenit.org).- The Texas legislature has approved a measure that would ban the execution of convicted killers who are found to be mentally retarded, Reuters reported. Both the House of Representatives and the Senate approved the bill and...

Catholics Analyze Racism in Africa

25 Countries Prepare for U.N. World Conference NAIROBI, Kenya, MAY 28, 2001 (Zenit.org).- An African conference has urged stronger efforts against racism and warned about the trafficking and abuse of women and girls and the "feminization" of poverty. More than 70...

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Postal Service Fails Low-Income Customers – USA

The following is an opinion piece by Ted Gerarden, consumer advocate at the Postal Rate Commission. The opinions expressed are those of the author and do not represent the views of the commission or the Association for Postal Commerce. On May 8, the Postal Service's...

USA Vincentian Family Leadership Meeting

VINCENTIAN FAMILY LEADERSHIP MEETING After the General Assembly of 1998 on the Vincentian Family, CUSAV took the initiative to organize the first meeting of the national leadership of the Vincentian Family on February 27, 1999. Since that time, the group has met...

Irish Catholics Urged to Vote Against Death Penalty

DUBLIN, Ireland, MAY 28, 2001 (Zenit.org).- A group set up by the Irish Bishops' Conference says it is "morally incumbent on Irish Catholics" to vote for the removal of death-penalty references from the Constitution, in a referendum June 7, the Irish Times reported....

Vincentian Studies Institute Report

The Vincentian Studies Institute (VSI), founded in 1979 by CUSAV, is a national organization for the study and promotion of the Vincentian heritage. In 1992, the Visitatrixes of the Daughters of Charity agreed to join the Visitors of the Congregation of the Mission as...

Texas Governor to Decide Ban on Executing Retarded

AUSTIN, Texas, MAY 28, 2001 (Zenit.org).- The Texas legislature has approved a measure that would ban the execution of convicted killers who are found to be mentally retarded, Reuters reported. Both the House of Representatives and the Senate approved the bill and...

Catholics Analyze Racism in Africa

25 Countries Prepare for U.N. World Conference NAIROBI, Kenya, MAY 28, 2001 (Zenit.org).- An African conference has urged stronger efforts against racism and warned about the trafficking and abuse of women and girls and the "feminization" of poverty. More than 70...

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