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Pope: Jesus' liberating action for a suffering humanity
Pope Francis on Sunday reflected on the Gospel reading of the day and invited the Church to continue to go forth into the world bringing Jesus's salvific message to a suffering humanity.
Pope Francis at Mass: ‘Consecrated life renewed in encounter with Jesus’
On the Feast of the Presentation of the Lord, Pope Francis in his homily at Mass for the World Day for Consecrated Life invites religious men and women to be ...
Pope Francis: ‘Usury humiliates and kills’
Speaking to members of an Italian National Anti-Usury Group, Pope Francis condemned financial exploitation and called for education to confront usury and ...
Pope Francis meets Turkish president in private audience
In a private audience on Monday, Pope Francis meets with Turkey’s President Recep Tayyip Erdogan, discussing the country’s Catholic community, its hosting of ...
POPE'S MASS AT CASA SANTA MARTA
Pope urges us to learn to do now what we will do in heaven: Adore!
At the Santa Marta Mass Pope Francis reflects on the way the people of Israel go up to the Temple with the Ark of the Covenant and adore God in silence
Vatican delegation invited to Pyeongchang Winter Olympics
The International Olympic Committee (IOC) has for the first time formally invited a delegation from the Holy See to attend the inauguration of the Pyeongchang ...
UK minister: Dialogue and respect to combat religious intolerance
Lord Ahmad met with top Vatican officials and addressed a conference at the Pontifical Gregorian University
U.S. Bishops find White House proposal for Dreamers “deeply troubling”
The Bishops of the United States welcome a proposal providing citizenship to Dreamers but say they are “deeply troubled” by proposed limits to family immigration.
Pope's Worldwide Prayer Network now in the process of 'Recreation'
Fr. Jagdish Parmar SJ speaks about Pope’s Worldwide Prayer Network (PWPN) and Eucharistic Youth Movement (EYM).
Israel condemns Poland's Holocaust complicity bill
Israel has condemned a bill passed by Polish legislators to regulate speech related to concentration camps present in the country during World War II and run by ...
Thousands of migrants stuck in Serbia
Tensions are rising in the Balkans as Serbian authorities announced on Friday they had removed dozens of migrants from the streets of the capital, Belgrade.
Britain seizing assets of 'corrupt' Russian oligarchs
The British government has warned that Russian oligarchs suspected of corruption will be forced to explain their wealth in Britain. Saturday's announcement came ...
Kurds shocked over 'mutilated' female fighter video, Turkey remains silent
Mobile phone footage of Turkish-backed rebels mutilating the corpse of a female Kurdish fighter killed in Syria has caused outrage.
Presidential runoff underway in Cyprus
Voters in Cyprus are voting in a presidential runoff that pits incumbent Nicos Anastasiades against Stavros Malas, a former health minister.
Greeks rally to demand Macedonia name change
Huge crowds gathered in the streets of Athens on Sunday in a protest about the decades-long dispute over the name Macedonia.
Chlorine gas bomb dropped on rebel-held part of Idlib
A chlorine filled bomb was reportedly dropped on a rebel-held Syrian town in Idlib province were numerous people were treated for "suffocation".
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