Road signs, language preservation and epiphany in Apple

A mixed week of news: Canadian natives asked Jesuits to help preserve their language, China called for Vatican action to improve relations, and "Priest Prohibited" road signs caused anger in Austria. A documentary found that shopping in Apple stores triggers a religious reaction in customers' brains.

Austrian anger over 'Priest Prohibited' signs (Newsday)

Apple triggers religious reaction in customers' brains (CNN)

China calls for Vatican action to improve relations (Ucanews)

Brazilian Sister Nobel nominee to be beatified (Ucanews)

Pope appoints new consultors for Evangelization Council (Ucanews)

US bishop admits failure in priest's child pornography case (NCR)

Canadian natives ask Jesuits to help them preserve their language (NCR)

Archbishop of Genoa's grief over priest arrest (Zenit)

History channel gives 10 hours to Bible series (NPR)

Nuns withdraw suit against Boston archdiocese (Sacramento Bee)

Sainthood one step closer for Archbishop Sheen (CNS)

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