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14/06/2018

Pope Francis at the General audience
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Young people should be hungry for an authentic Christian life and adults should set an example. This message was at the heart of Pope Francis’ catechesis on Wednesday morning in St. Peter’s Square. 

Pope Francis shares a meal with poor people at a soup kitchen
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Pope Francis says Christians are urgently called to manifest their faith by giving “a sign of neighbourliness and relief in the face of the many forms of ... 

Pope Francis meeting participants in the 2018 Vatican Observatory Summer School in Astrophysics on June 14.
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Pope Francis on Thursday addressed participants in the Vatican Observatory Summer School in Astrophysics, which this year is studying “Stellar Variability in ... 

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In a message to the 2nd Holy See – Mexico Conference on International Migration, Pope Francis says migrants are people, not numbers, who can enrich the society that welcomes them.

The 2018 FIFA World Cup logo on a building in Moscow
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Pope Francis looked ahead to a month of top class football during his General Audience expressing his hope the FIFA World Cup Russia will favour solidarity and ... 

Child labour in Afghanistan.
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On World Day Against Child Labour, June 12, Pope Francis tweeted against those who rob children of the joys of childhood, forcing them into hazardous jobs. 

MASS AT SANTA MARTA

Pope Francis celebrates Mass at Casa Santa Marta
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On Thursday morning during his homily at Mass in Casa Santa Marta, Pope Francis says that Jesus invites us to 'radical reconciliation'. 

Pope Francis preaches at Mass in the Casa Santa Marta
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In his homily at Mass in the Casa Santa Marta on Tuesday, Pope Francis invites Christians to be salt and light in our witness to Jesus, not drawing attention to ... 

VATICAN

Meeting on June 12 of the C-9 Council of Cardinals
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The Council of Cardinals advising the Pope Francis, the so-called C-9 group, end their latest session in the Vatican and review the progress made during the ... 

Pope meeting a family at Tuxtla Gutierrez, Mexico, on February 15, 2016.
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Archbishop Ivan Jurkovic, the Holy See's Permanent Observer to the United Nations and Other International Organizations in Geneva spoke at a June 11 seminar on ... 

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The Apostolic Nuncio to Korea Archbishop Alfred Xuereb comments on the outcome of the summit between the US President Donald Trump and the North Korean leader Kim Jong-un.

CHURCH

Pope Francis with Archbishop Christophe Pierre, Apostolic Nuncio to the United States
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On Wednesday, 13 June, the Apostolic Nuncio to the United States addressed the Spring General Assembly of the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops ... 

Offices of the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops, Washington, DC
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The president of the United States Conference of Bishops issues a statement responding to a ruling by the US attorney general rescinding asylum to victims of ... 

Korean Cardinal Andrew Yeom Soo-jung of Seoul celebrating the ‘Mass for Peace and Reconciliation’ in Myeongdong Cathedral on June 12, 2018.
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Korean bishops have welcomed the Trump-Kim summit of June 12, and a ‘Mass for Peace and Reconciliation’ was celebrated in thanksgiving in Seoul. 

#MeToo campaign for victims of religious persecution appears in Vanity Fair, Italy
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The Pontifical Foundation Aid to the Church in Need launches an appeal in the Italian edition of Vanity Fair, one of the most widely read magazines for women ... 

SINGAPORE USA NORTH KOREA SUMMIT
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The Catholic Church in Korea has proposed a novena for peace and reconciliation on the Korean peninsula as a series of summits and declarations mark the way for ... 

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Ahead of Tuesday's summit in Singapore between the US and North Korean leaders, Brother Anthony of the Taizé community says Catholics in South Korea are hopeful for a positive outcome but are aware of the numerous possible stumbling blocks.

WORLD

Migrants aboard the ship Diciotti
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The chief of the United Nations refugee agency UNHCR says a bitter dispute over which European country should take in a rescue boat carrying hundreds of ... 

Greek folk dancers perform in front of a statue of Alexander III of Macedon
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Dispute ends between Greece and the Republic of Macedonia who adopted the same name as Greece’s northern province when it gained its independence in 1991. 

Humanitarian aid being unloaded at a coastal town near Hodeida in Yemen
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Saudi-backed forces have begun an assault to recapture the key Yemeni port of Hodeida despite warnings from UN agencies of a humanitarian catastrophe if the ... 

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A rescue ship that is drifting in the Mediterranean sea with 629 migrants, including pregnant women and children, is on its way to Spain after Italy and Malta refused to let it dock.

The Aquarius rescue ship takes on supplies after picking up 629 migrants near Libya
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Spain on Monday agreed to take in 629 migrants currently stranded aboard a rescue ship after Italy and Malta refused to allow it to dock in their ports. 

Maryna Poroshenko (center-left), Ukraine's first lady, with Spain's king and queen
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The first ladies of Hungary and Ukraine have inaugurated a rehabilitation center for orphans, backed by the Catholic Church, in a Ukrainian village as part of ... 

 

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