Vatican NewsLetter - 21 December 2017

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S.S. Francesco - Auguri Curia 21-12-2017
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Pope Francis addresses members of the Roman Curia in the Vatican and reminds them to be “instruments of salvation and service”. 


Pope Francis meeting Vatican employees on Dec. 21
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Pope Francis met with Vatican employees on Thursday to exchange Christmas greetings, during which he made several off-the-cuff remarks. 

Callista Gingrich, new US Ambassador to the Holy See, presents her credential letters to Pope Francis
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Pope Francis received the credential letters of Callista L. Gingrich as the new Ambassador of the United States of America to the Holy See. 

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Pope Francis continued his catechesis on the Holy Mass at Wednesday's General Audience, beginning a series of reflections on the various parts of the Mass with ... 


19 12 2017 Messa santa marta
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In his homily at the morning Mass at the Casa Santa Marta, Pope Francis called on Christians to be joyful, and said pessimism is not Christian. 


Nativity Scene in Church of Sant' Anna in the Vatican.
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Listen to this reflection for the 4th Sunday in Advent prepared for us by Monsignor William Millea, an official from the Vatican's Secretariat of State. 

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The motto at the Capuchin Day Centre for Homeless People in Dublin is “No one goes Hungry”, and this Christmas the Centre’s Founder Brother Kevin Crowley and his team will be making sure that those who come through its doors will be given a warm welcome, a good meal and the practical ...

a view of Jerusalem's Old City with the Dome of the Rock on the left and the two domes of the Holy Sepulchre Church on the right
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The bishops of England and Wales have written an open letter expressing their concerns following the US President's controversial recognition of Jerusalem as ... 

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Cardinal Cleemis, the President of CBCI met the Home Minister to ensure safety during the Christmas season.


A Yemeni child suffering from malnutrition being fed at a medical centre.
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Save the Children says the conflict in Yemen has hit children the hardest, and they cannot “let this ‎conflict go on really for a day longer.” ‎ 

Rita Elmounayer and some of her young fans
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SAT-7 satellite TV has a new CEO. Her name is Rita Elmounayer and she takes over from the founder of the station, Dr Terry Ascot. She was in the Vatican to meet ... 

Sri Lankan vendor arranges Christmas decorations for sale
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The State Christmas festival was held this year in Trincomalee to share the true meaning of Christmas. 


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