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New York Gov. Cuomo pushes for legalization of marijuana in his state

Position is a change from last year for newly-reelected governor

Pope sends condolences and prayers at passing of President Bush

His Holiness invokes upon all who mourn his passing the divine blessings of strength and peace.

7 Queens, princesses and royal women who were saints

These women used their royal position to help others in need, especially the poor and sick.

Pro-lifers claim election night victories

Voters approve pro-life ballot initiatives and give U.S. Senate a few more anti-abortion votes.

Pope’s message: Every citizen has political responsibility

In fact, political responsibility is one of the highest forms of charity: Message for World Day of Peace

Busboy who aided a dying Robert F. Kennedy dies

He pressed a rosary into the mortally wounded senator's hand.

California Gov. Jerry Brown vetoes bill that would require college students to be offered “abortion pill”

Pro-life advocates applaud the move and call for more assistance to college students who become pregnant.

Backgrounder: The Church’s efforts to bring peace in Democratic Republic of Congo

The sitting president has just announced that he won't run for re-election, though the candidate he's chosen in his place is already under European sanction

Bishops press Ortega: There can be no dialogue if govt won’t participate

With nearly 500 dead in protests, Church leader laments that president won't acknowledge the people want change

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