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Pope Francis meeting representatives  of the Federation of the Meritorious Workers of Italy on June 15, 2018.
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Pope Francis on Friday met some 600 representatives of the Federation of Meritorious Workers of Italy and spoke to them about the dignity and hope that work brings and about the need to maintain ethical principles at the workplace. 

Logo of the visit of Pope Francis to the WCC in Geneva on JUne 21, 2018
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Pope Francis is visiting Geneva on June 21 to join in the celebration of 70 years of the World Council of Churches (WCC). 

Pope Francis meeting the Theatine Sisters of the Immaculate Conception in the Vatican on June 16, 2018.
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Pope Francis on June 16 met the Theatine Sisters of the Immaculate Conception and urged them to be attentive to the “existential peripheries” and care for ... 

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On Sunday, before thousands gathered in St Peter's Square, Pope Francis explains the two parables about the Kingdom of God from the Gospel of the day before the recitation of the Angelus.

Pope Francis meets with the Forum of Family Associations
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On Saturday, Pope Francis met in the Sala Clementina with members of the Forum of Family Associations celebrating its twenty-fifth anniversary in Italy thanking ... 


2018-06-15 Papa francesco celebra la messa a Santa Marta
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In his homily at Mass in the Santa Marta residence, Pope Francis reflects on the exploitation of women today who are treated like objects, recalling that ... 

Pope Francis celebrating Mass at Casa Santa Marta in the Vatican on June 18, 2018.
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In his homily at Mass at Casa Santa Marta, June 18, the Pope spoke about the devastating power of slanderous communication used by dictators against others. It ... 


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Watch the video by the Dicastery for Promoting Integral Human Promotion that has been awarded an international prize for drawing attention to the plight of ... 

Archbishop Ivan Ivan Jurkovic.
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Archbishop Ivan Jurkovic, Permanent Observer of the Holy See on June 14 addressed a UN workshop in Geneva on the Right to Peace. 


Corazon de Jolie choir made up of refugee children performing in Sao Paulo, Brazil
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“We stand for a Europe that provides durable solutions for people in need of protection”, Caritas Europa says in a statement for the occasion of World Refugee ... 

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The Vice-President of the US Bishops’ Conference updates the Bishops gathered for the Spring General Assembly on the recent US immigration policy of separating families at its border with Mexico and the Bishops response.

Pope Francis launches the Caritas "Share the Journey" campaign in September 2017
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Caritas organisations around the world are organising a week of shared meals and activities with migrants and refugees around World Refugee Day. 

Cardinal Tagle launches the Share the Journey campaign for migrants and refugees
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Caritas Internationalis’ Share the Journey Campaign heads into its second year in the US and reveals plans for a virtual pilgrimage and encounter meals. 


Colombian presidential candidate, Ivan Duque, arrives at a polling station
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Colombians are going to the polling stations today in the second round of the Presidential Election, to choose between the traditional right and the radical ... 

Prime Ministers of Greece and Macedonia sign agreement in Psarades, Florina, Grece
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The prime ministers of Greece and Macedonia got together today to approve the signing of an agreement that hopefully ends a stubborn 27-year diplomatic spat ... 

UN Special Envoy disembarks on his arrival at Sanaa, Yemen
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Officials say Yemeni forces backed by an Arab alliance have captured the airport of Yemen's main port city from anti-government Houthi rebels. The United ... 

Participants march in a Pilgrimage for peace in Nicaragua in May
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The Nicaraguan Government and opposition agree to a ceasefire temporarily ending demonstrations and sustained street fighting which has left almost two hundred ... 

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A major rift has opened up between German Chancellor Angela Merkel and her interior minister over migrant policy, threatening her coalition government. The tensions emerged while elsewhere in the EU, Spain announced it had rescued hundreds of migrants from dozens of boats trying to cross ...

View of FSLN headquarters in Managua, Nicaragua
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Talks between the Nicaragua's government and the opposition take place on Friday to seek a resolution to a worsening crisis, which has gripped the country for ... 

Trial of defendants charged with involvement in the death of 71 migrants in 2015
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A Hungarian court has sentenced four members of a people-smuggling gang to 25 years in prison for letting 71 migrants suffocate in a sealed truck in 2015. The ... 

a man reads a local newspaper in Bogota after conservative Ivan Duque won Colombia's runoff election
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As expected, right of center candidate Ivan Duque, has won the Colombian Presidential Election second round runoff. James Blears reports that he could now ... 

Migrants walk behind a police car on their way from the Austrian-German border to a first registration point of the German federal police in Bavaria
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Frictions have emerged within Germany's already fragile coalition with the German Interior minister saying he wants to be able to start turning migrants back at ... 


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