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Susan Wills of the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops.  
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Cardinal Roger M. Mahony of Los Angeles stands outside St. Joseph's Church in New York following an ecumenical prayer service presided over by Pope Benedict XVI in 2008.
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Bishop Denis Madden, auxiliary bishop of Baltimore, signs the agreement on baptism between Catholic and Reformed churches in Austin, Texas.
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Bishop Tod D. Brown, 75, of Orange, Calif., is pictured concelebrating Mass with Cardinal Roger M. Mahony, retired archbishop of Los Angeles, left, during their "ad limina" visit to the Vatican in late March, 2012.  
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Cardinal Roger M. Mahony, who recently retired as archbishop of Los Angeles, gives Communion during Mass in the crypt of St. Peter's Basilica at the Vatican March 3. The Mass was held to conclude the plenary assembly of the Pontifical Council for Social Communications. 
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Cleveland Lalanne participants Caitlin McGlynn, Elizabeth Karpus and Caitlin Kelly clean the kitchen following dinner in the community house in which participants live. Each of the five house member prepares dinner for the community once a week. 
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Lalanne participant Audrey Lawless (left) and program director Jacinta Mergler from the University of Dayton in a mentoring session.  
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Cleveland Lalanne program participant Caitlin McGlynn explains mock-busines marketing plan basic to her middle-school students at St. Thomas Aquinas School. 
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Church parishioner and volunteer Karl Frerichs, of St. Louis, prepares to lock up an antique bible that was recently stolen and then returned to St. Johns Lutheran Church on Wednesday, Dec. 26, 2012 in St. Louis. The bible was recently stolen from the church and was sold to a used book store for $30. The owner of the book store called the church to return it. 
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It what may seem an unlikely alliance, the Catholic Church, trade unions and Italian small business associations have joined forces in a bid to save Sundays from shopping and liberalized shopping hours. 
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