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15/01/2018

Pope Francis at Mass on World Day of Migrants and Refugees
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Pope Francis celebrates the World Day of Migrants and Refugees with a Mass in St Peter’s Basilica and reminds us that in order to encounter others we must first overcome our fears. 

Pope Francis prays the Sunday Angelus
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Before reciting the Angelus on Sunday, Pope Francis reflects on the day’s Gospel reading and invites us to go out in search of Jesus to “see where He lives”. 

POPE'S PASTORAL VISIT TO CHILE AND PERU

Pope Francis prays before icon of Maria Salus Populi Romani
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Pope Francis entrusts his upcoming Apostolic Visit to Chile and Peru to the Blessed Virgin Mary. 

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Pope Francis greets leaders of the nations he flies over at the start of his journey to Chile and Peru

Pope Francis holds a photo of a Japanese boy waiting to cremate the body of his brother in Nagaaki in 1945
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On board the papal plane to Chile, the Pope explained why he wanted to share a photo of a Japanese boy waiting at a crematorium in Nagasaki to bury his baby ... 

CHURCH

St. Isabel of Hungary Church in Santiago de Chile, where a firebomb attack took place on Friday
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Four churches are vandalized on Friday in Chile’s capital, just ahead of Pope Francis’ Apostolic Visit to the country, and the Apostolic Nunciature is briefly ... 

Idukki Diocese in India
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Fr. John Nellikunnel, the present Dean of the Faculty of Philosophy at Saint Joseph’s Pontifical Seminary, Mangalapuzha in Kerala is the new bishop of Idukki. 

Sagar diocese in India
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Fr. James Athikalam the Director of Nirmal Jyoti Mental Health Programme, Bhopal is the new Bishop of the Eparchy of Sagar. 

People rally to condemn President Donald Trump's immigration remarks
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Catholic leaders in the United States release a statement disapproving of President Donald Trump’s alleged remarks disparaging migrants from developing nations, ... 

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Exactly 8 years from the massive earthquake that killed over 300,000 people and destroyed homes and infrastructure in one of the world's poorest countries, the head of Caritas Italy in Haiti says there is still no true development for Haitians who continue to struggle with corruption, ...

Migrants waiting at a train station in Italy.
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At the core of The Sovereign Order of Malta's mission is the care for people in need. Ahead of the World Day of Migrants and Refugees marked by the Church on ... 

 

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