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The New Catholic

With hundreds of thousands of Catholics expected to flock to Germany in August for World Youth Day, we brought together five young Catholics to talk about female priests, abortion, birth control, homosexuality, and what Pope Benedict XVI must do to inspire the next generation.

By Phil Primack
July 31, 2005

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As the Roman Catholic Church's 20th World Youth Day in Cologne, Germany, approaches, we asked young Catholics about their expectations for their church. Past World Youth Days have drawn hundreds of thousands of people to meet and share their faith. This year's festivities begin August 16, and Pope Benedict XVI will celebrate a Mass to close the gathering on August ... (Full article: 1697 words)

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