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22/07/2019

Pope waves to pilgrims in St Peter's Square during the Angelus
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At the Sunday Angelus address, Pope Francis speaks of the importance of not feeling burdened when offering a warm welcome and a sense of fraternity to those in need as a way of combining contemplation and action. 

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Pope Francis sends a message to the Symposium of Episcopal Conferences of Africa and Madagascar (SECAM) on the occasion of an event to mark their Golden ... 

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From the beginning of his pontificate, Pope Francis has raised his voice for Syria, speaking out about the pain of its suffering people; calling on the ... 

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Pope Francis recalls the first time a person set foot on the moon, expressing hope that achieving this goal might inspire work toward even greater ones. 

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Pope Francis sends a video message to participants in a course held in Mexico on the protection of minors, saying the Church must work tirelessly to prevent ... 

VATICAN

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Acts of war and bombardments against defenseless civilians continue to occur in Syria. With dozens of health facilities destroyed or closed in Idlib Province, ... 

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Investigations began on Saturday into 2 ossuaries found near the Vatican’s Teutonic Cemetery adjacent to the tombs of two 19th century German princesses whose ... 

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Marking the 50th anniversary of the Apollo 11 historic moon landing, Vatican Radio brings you the voice of Pope Paul VI sending his blessings to the astronauts ... 

CHURCH

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The bishops lament “Price tag” attacks by extremist Jewish groups against Christian properties are going unpunished. 

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This year’s edition of the Philippine Conference on New Evangelization (PCNE) concluded on Sunday in the capital, Manila, with over 5,000 participants ... 

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A group of faithful in the Diocese of Matagalpa in Nicaragua came out to defend their bishop from a possible attack by a heavily armed group. 

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According to a report by the Germany’s Catholic and Protestant Churches, the loss to both communities amounted more than 430,000 faithful in 2018. 

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Pope Francis has imposed disciplinary measures against Bishop Michael Bransfield, following an investigation into accusations of sexual harassment and financial ... 

WORLD

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Voters in Ukraine are participating in the early parliamentary election which is expected to be won by the party of the recently elected President Volodymyr ... 

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UNICEF, the UN’s children’s fund, estimates more than 12 million people have been affected so far by the monsoon rains in South Asia, including over 5 million ... 

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Joaquin "El Chapo" Guzman, once the most powerful drug trafficker in the World, is starting a life sentence plus thirty years, and US Authorities will try to ... 

 

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