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International Labor Organization: Digital divide still apparent

 International Labor Organization: Digital divide still apparent, says ILO Jan 26 2001: The global digital divide is still strongly evident, according to a new report on employment in the information economy around the world. The International Labor Organization...

Majority of Web Traffic Come from outside the US

More than half of all Web traffic comes from outside the U.S., according to new statistics from StatMarket, which reported that U.S.-based users account for 45% of Web visitors, followed by Germany, where 5.6% of all Web traffic originates. Next were Canada (5%),...

Pope encourages ecumenism, suggests common calendar

VATICAN, Jan. 25, 01 (CWNews.com) During an ecumenical service in Rome on Thursday, Pope John Paul II proposed a concrete step toward Christian unity: an effort to agree on a single date for the celebration of Easter. At a Liturgy of the Word ceremony at the basilica...

Vincentian priest named a Cardinal.

Among the new Cardinals is a Vincentian priest, Stephanos II Ghattas, patriarch of Alexandria of the Copts. For a brief biography and a picture see http://www.opuslibani.org.lb/church/coptic/eghattas.htm For more information on the new cardinals check out...

Radio in El Salvador Offers Updates on Victims

SAN SALVADOR, El Salvador, JAN. 24, 2001 (Zenit.org). A Catholic radio broadcasting station is offering information on Internet so that Salvadorans living abroad can have news of their families and friends in their quake-damaged homeland.In addition to giving detailed...

Pope seeks prudent use of Mass Media

VATICAN, Jan. 24, 01 (CWNews.com) -- In his message for the 35th annual World Day for Social Communications, Pope John Paul II encourages Christians to use the opportunities presented by the mass media, while carefully avoiding the pitfalls of the media culture. The...

Dates set for next World Youth Day

VATICAN, Jan. 24, 01 (CWNews.com) -- The Vatican has announced the official dates for the next celebration of World Youth Day. The celebration will be held in Toronto from July 23 to 28, 2002. On Palm Sunday of this year-- April 8-- Pope John Paul II will preside at a...

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International Labor Organization: Digital divide still apparent

 International Labor Organization: Digital divide still apparent, says ILO Jan 26 2001: The global digital divide is still strongly evident, according to a new report on employment in the information economy around the world. The International Labor Organization...

Majority of Web Traffic Come from outside the US

More than half of all Web traffic comes from outside the U.S., according to new statistics from StatMarket, which reported that U.S.-based users account for 45% of Web visitors, followed by Germany, where 5.6% of all Web traffic originates. Next were Canada (5%),...

Pope encourages ecumenism, suggests common calendar

VATICAN, Jan. 25, 01 (CWNews.com) During an ecumenical service in Rome on Thursday, Pope John Paul II proposed a concrete step toward Christian unity: an effort to agree on a single date for the celebration of Easter. At a Liturgy of the Word ceremony at the basilica...

Vincentian priest named a Cardinal.

Among the new Cardinals is a Vincentian priest, Stephanos II Ghattas, patriarch of Alexandria of the Copts. For a brief biography and a picture see http://www.opuslibani.org.lb/church/coptic/eghattas.htm For more information on the new cardinals check out...

Radio in El Salvador Offers Updates on Victims

SAN SALVADOR, El Salvador, JAN. 24, 2001 (Zenit.org). A Catholic radio broadcasting station is offering information on Internet so that Salvadorans living abroad can have news of their families and friends in their quake-damaged homeland.In addition to giving detailed...

Pope seeks prudent use of Mass Media

VATICAN, Jan. 24, 01 (CWNews.com) -- In his message for the 35th annual World Day for Social Communications, Pope John Paul II encourages Christians to use the opportunities presented by the mass media, while carefully avoiding the pitfalls of the media culture. The...

Dates set for next World Youth Day

VATICAN, Jan. 24, 01 (CWNews.com) -- The Vatican has announced the official dates for the next celebration of World Youth Day. The celebration will be held in Toronto from July 23 to 28, 2002. On Palm Sunday of this year-- April 8-- Pope John Paul II will preside at a...

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