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Pope Benedict XVI devoted his address at an open air Mass in Viterbo, Italy, to recalling the deaths of "tens of millions of people" in the Holocaust and the Second World War.
As a pacifist, I'm very used to being asked “What would you have done about Hitler?”. Some people who ask this are just using the easiest anti-pacifist argument that comes to mind.
A church which rose from the ashes of a bombed out city symbolises hope and belief that humanity can transcend horror and violence God can heal lives, the Anglican Archbishop of Wales has told a special civic service in Swansea.
As a record 5,300 events take place across Britain this weekend to mark Holocaust Memorial Day 2007, organisers and supporters are warning about complacency over whether ‚Äúit could happen again‚Äù.
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Senior leaders of four major UK Churches have welcomed the Government's commitment to limiting climate change, and have called for more to be done...
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