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British Lab to Help Poland Probe 2010 President's Death -- Using forensic investigation tools to determine if a bomb was used


MAY 26, 2017, 6:03 A.M. E.D.T.

WARSAW, Poland — Polish prosecutors who are investigating whether the 2010 plane crash that killed President Lech Kaczynski and 95 others have sent samples from the plane for laboratory tests in Britain to help them determine whether an explosion caused the disaster. 123 more words

Program Highlights – Week 06/03/2017 to 12/03/2017

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Monday 6


  • Live from Cologne, Germany. Holy Mass for the Opening of the Spring Plenary Meeting of German Bishops’ Conference, from the Kölner Dom, the Cathedral of Sts.
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St. Ksenia of Petersburg, Fool-for-Christ (18th c.)

Commemorated on January 24/February 6

Saint Blessed Ksenia was born about 1730, and as a young woman married an army colonel named Andrei, a handsome and dashing man fond of worldly living. 402 more words

Orthodox Catholic Church

Program Highlights – Week 06/02/2017 to 12/02/2017

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Monday 6


  • Live from Sala Stampa, Vatican City. Press Conference of presentation of the XXV World Day of the Sick and of the New Charter of Healthcare Workers.
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Program Highlights – Week 09/01/2017 to 15/01/2017

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Monday 9


  • Live from the Sala Regia, Papal Apartments, Vatican City. Meeting of Pope Francis with the Diplomatic Corps, which include all the ambassadors to the Vatican.
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If Harassing Jehovah's Witnesses Were an Olympic Sport, Russia Would Win a Gold Medal

Everyone shall be guaranteed the freedom of conscience, the freedom of religion, including the right to profess individually or together with other any religion or to profess no religion at all, to freely choose, possess and disseminate religious and other views and act according to them. 253 more words