Royal prayer, Benedict's bestseller and a blessed teenager

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It was a week where good news balanced the usual diet of violence and conflict. A pro-life news service was launched, the Pope's book hit Number 5 on the New York Times bestseller list, the Church in Britain released a special prayer for the upcoming royal wedding, and a teenage German boy was recognised as blessed by the Pope.

Pope removes Congolese bishop over mismanagement (Ucanews)

Vatican sanctions Catholic press organisation (Ucanews)

Pope says Assisi peace meeting will not include inter-religious prayer (CNS) 

UK Catholics given prayer for Royal wedding (West Australian)

New pro-life news source aims for cultural impact (CNA)

Pope recognises heroic virtue of teenage German (Zenit)

Mexican bishop urged to end homosexual ministry (CNA)

Pope's book hits No. 5 on NYT bestseller list (Vatican radio) 

Islamic ties to JPII assassination attempt rejected (CNA) 

Catholics step up Japanese earthquake response (NCR)

Modern world misunderstands marriage, says Pope (Vatican Radio)

Malaysian Christians try to end ban on bibles (Christian Today)

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