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The Pope meets with Fidel Castro, advocates change

Pope Benedict this week met with Fidel Castro in Cuba, where he urged the nation to change and implored the US to lift its 50 year trade embargo, reports Phillip Pullella.

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Here’s a crazy idea: What if the Pope is innocent?

How much actual evidence is there against Pope Benedict? None at all. Sure lots of people, including many Catholics, dislike the Pope. But being unpopular is not a crime, writes Paul Mees.

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Forget Backman — meet the Pope’s anti-semite

Williamson’s a virulent, Protocols-of-Zion-quoting anti-Semite who thinks that the Holocaust didn’t happen. He’s also just been welcomed by Pope Benedict back into the Catholic fold, writes Jeff Sparrow.

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They just don’t hand out Sainthoods like they used to

Becoming a saint is no easy feat, writes Eleri Harris.

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See the pope in person — for a price

Pope Benedict XVI shunned violence and materialism in his rousing Christmas address to Roman Catholics around the world. So why will it cost so much to see him at World Youth Day?

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Catholics profit as Sydney pays for World Youth Day

There are some familiar lines today from the Catholic Church about the extent of taxpayer compensation, and security arrangements, for the World Youth Day being inflicted on Sydney in July. To be expected, writes David MacCormack.

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