Omar Sy plays Driss in the hit French film The Intouchables. The feel-good movie won numerous awards in France, but has met with a mixed reaction in the U.S. Thierry Valletoux/Weinstein Co. hide caption

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In France, A Star Rises From An Oft-Neglected Place
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Are Women Worried About New Egyptian President?
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People gather on St. Peter's square to hear Pope Benedict XVI at the Vatican Sunday. The Vatican has hired Fox News correspondent Greg Burke to advise its press office. Alberto Pizzoli/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Religious Violence Shakes Up Northern Nigeria
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In Alaskan Cemetery, Native And Orthodox Rites Mix
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Father Paul Dobberstein began building the Grotto of the Redemption in West Bend, Iowa, 100 years ago. It's covered with stones, rocks, petrified wood and seashells. Denise Krebs/via Flickr hide caption

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A Century-Old Grotto That Might Out-Glitter Vegas
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A Fight To The Finish For Tennessee Mosque
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Archbishop William Lori of Baltimore, shown speaking at the state Capitol in Hartford, Conn., in 2009, is the head of the U.S. bishops' Fortnight for Freedom campaign. Jessica Hill/AP hide caption

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Bishops Launch 2-Week Campaign Against Health Law
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Does Sparing The Rod Spoil The Child?
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The Rev. Fred Luter is running unopposed for the presidency of the Southern Baptist Convention. Here, he delivers a sermon during Sunday services at Franklin Avenue Baptist Church in New Orleans. Gerald Herbert/AP hide caption

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Southern Baptists See Their Future In A Black Pastor
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The Italian Jesuit priest Paolo Dall'Oglio, shown here at the Syrian Maronite monastery of Deir Mar Musa in 2007, lived in Syria for 30 years before he was expelled Saturday. Dall'Oglio has spoken out in support of protesters who oppose President Bashar Assad. Louai Beshara/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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After 30 Years In Syria, Outspoken Priest Is Expelled
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Bishops Ask If Enough Done To Stop Sex Abuse
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Before hosting Focal Point, Bryan Fischer was the chaplain of the Idaho State Senate and the head of the Idaho chapter of the American Family Association. Troy Maben/AP hide caption

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Radio's Bryan Fischer Tries Pushing Romney Right
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Friars Come To Nuns' Defense In Vatican Investigation
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