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15/11/2018

Pope Francis at his general audience
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In his continuing catechesis on the Ten Commandments, the Pope during his General Audience reflects on the eighth commandment: “You shall not bear false witness against your neighbour”. 

Pope Francis meeting the community of Collegio Pio Latino Americano.
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Pope Francis on November 15 spoke to the some 100 student priests and staff of the Collegio Pio Latino, or the Latin American College of Rome, on the occasion ... 

Pope Francis and Pope Emeritus Benedict XVI
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Pope Francis and Pope Emeritus Benedict XVI have both sent letters to Fr. Federico Lombardi, President of the Ratzinger Foundation, for the inauguration of its ... 

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Pope Francis on November 14 appointed Bishop David William Valencia Antonio as the new Bishop of Ilagan. 

Pope Francis.
Pope Francis
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Pope Francis sends a message on Tuesday to the 25th General Assembly of the Spanish Conference of Religious, inviting them to be prophets of hope. 

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Pope Francis will make an Apostolic Journey to Morocco in early 2019, visiting the cities of Rabat and Casablanca. 

Pope Francis

MASS AT SANTA MARTA

Mass at the Casa Santa Marta
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At Mass at the Casa Santa Marta, the Pope comments on the day’s Gospel, saying that the Church is made manifest “in the Eucharist and in good works.” 

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A group of members of the Sovereign Order of Malta organize a tea-party for the elderly to mark the World Day of the Poor
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Sunday, 18 November is the second World Day of the Poor, established by Pope Francis to mark the end of the 2016 Extraordinary Jubilee of Mercy. 

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Following a series of commemorations to mark the 100th anniversary of the end of World War I, this week attention turns to a world post-WWI, and Papal ... 

Remembrance Day observing the 100th anniversary of the end of WWI
Cardinal Daniel DiNardo, Archbishop of Galveston-Houston
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The President of the US Bishops’ Conference closes the USCCB Fall General Assembly expressing confidence in Pope Francis’ guidance as the Church confronts the ... 

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Dr Heather T. Banis, Victim Assistance Coordinator for the Archdiocese of Los Angeles, addresses US Bishops, offering insight into how to engage with victims and change the climate toward them.

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The Archbishop of Rabat writes a letter to the people of Morocco on Tuesday confirming the Pope’s March 2019 visit, one which he hopes will expand and encourage ... 

Casablanca in Morocco
Bishops taking part in the USCCB Fall General Assembly
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The United States Conference of Catholic Bishops (USCCB) is actively seeking a way to hold Bishops accountable for abuse, sexual misconduct or negligence in ... 

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The Archbishop of Palermo has declared the excommunications "latae sententiae" incurred by Fr Alessandro Maria Minutella. 

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US Conference of Catholic Bishops Fall General Assembly
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The United States Bishops begin discussions related to the clergy sexual abuse crisis on Tuesday, making suggestions about how to move forward, listening to ... 

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The United States Bishops began the second day of the Fall General Assembly approving a letter to Pope Francis updating him about what the Church in the US is currently experiencing.

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The three-day Fall General Assembly of the United States Bishops begins on Monday in Baltimore, MD with the day spent in prayer and listening.

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Cardinal Daniel DiNardo opened the Fall General Assembly of the United States Bishops Conference, urging the Bishops to admit the weakness they have fallen into regarding the clergy sex abuse crisis and to begin the healing process.

Poster of Dalit Liberation Sunday 2018.
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Dalit Liberation Sunday was marked across India on Nov. 11, recalling the 2008 anti-Christian violence in Kandhamal, and calling for an end to discrimination ... 

WORLD

Poster of World Diabetes Day 2018.
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More than 400 million people are currently living with diabetes worldwide. 

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UN High Commissioner for Refugees Filippo Grandi said eliminating statelessness is the right thing to do, “humanly, ethically and politically". 

Stateless minority Rohingya people of Myanmar as refugees in Bangladesh.
Migrants climbing onto the Irapuato-Guadalajara highway
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More than two thousand Central American Migrants have arrived in Mexico`s second City of Guadalajara in the West of the Country and although they`ve now been on ... 

A firefighter silhouetted by a burning home in Malibu, California
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Wildfires continue to rage in several parts of the US state of California, killing at least 31 people. 

 

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