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09/07/2018

Pope Francis gives a speech in Bari, flanked by the heads of Eastern churches
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At the end of a closed-door dialogue with leaders of Catholic and Orthodox Christians on Saturday, Pope Francis greets the faithful gathered in the Square outside the Basilica of St Nicholas of Bari, and invites them to pray for peace in the Middle East. (With photo gallery) 

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Pope Francis on July 7 hosted a day-long ecumenical reflection and prayer meeting in Bari, southern Italy, with the heads of Christian Churches of the Middle ... 

Pope Francis prays before an icon of Mary in Bari's Cathedral on Saturday
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In remarks following the Sunday Angelus, Pope Francis thanks all who supported his Saturday visit to Bari for an ecumenical prayer for peace in the Middle East. ... 

Pope Francis and Middle East Church leaders arriving for the ecumenical prayer meeting at the seafront of Bari, southern Italy, July 7, 2018.
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Pope Francis on July 7 hosted a day-long ecumenical reflection and prayer meeting in Bari, southern Italy, with the heads of Christian Churches of the Middle ... 

Pope Francis at Mass for migrants and refugees on July 6, 2018, in St. Peter's Basilica, Rome.
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Pope Francis on July 6 celebrated Mass in Rome’s St. Peter’s Basilica to commemorate the 5th anniversary of his July 8, 2013 visit to migrants and refugees in ... 

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Pope Francis celebrated a liturgy in St Peter's Basilica at the Altar of the Chair of Peter to commemorate the 5th anniversary of his pastoral visit to Lampedusa.

residents look at debris scattered across a flood hit area in Kurashiki
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As rescuers in Japan race to find survivors after torrential rain caused floods and landslides that killed at least 119 people, Pope Francis expressed his grief ... 

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Pope Francis sends a message to the people of Japan expressing his sadness over the loss of life and injury caused by recent flooding.

Bishop Paul James Mason, Auxiliary Bishop of Southwark, with priests and deacons from the Kent Pastoral Area
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Bishop Paul James Mason, currently an Auxiliary Bishop of the Archdiocese of Southwark, England, will become the 8th Bishop of Great Britain's Military ... 

Pope Francis prays the Angelus on Sunday
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On the annual commemoration of Sea Sunday, Pope Francis prays for seafarers, fishermen, and those who work to free the sea from pollution, and the Vatican ... 

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Pope Francis prays before the relics of St. Nicholas of Bari, which are kept in the Pontifical Basilica dedicated to the saint, during his ecumenical visit on ... 

Pope Francis and Cardinal Jean-Louis Tauran.
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In a telegram to the sister of Cardinal Jean-Louis Tauran, Pope Francis recalled the fidelity and love of the late cardinal in the service of the Universal ... 

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Pope Francis and bishops gathered in the Synod Hall
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To continue along the path toward full communion and to give credibility to the life of the Chinese faithful, one needs to consider what unifies, and from there ... 

Cardinal Jean-Louis Tauran with Pope Saint John Paul II
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The President of the Pontifical Council for Inter-religious Dialogue died on Thursday afternoon aged 75. He had been suffering from Parkinson’s disease. 

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St. Thomas touching the wounds of Christ.
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Twentyfive Latin bishops of India gathered recently in Mumbai to pray and reflect on how best the Church can seek out, touch and heal the wounds of Jesus in ... 

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Genfest 2018, the international youth festival of the worldwide Focolare Movement, concluded on Sunday, July 7, after three days of celebration on the theme, ... 

WORLD

Mexican President Lopez Obrador
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Mexico’s newly-elected president, Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador, has completed his first week on the job, proposing amnesty legislation to deal with rising crime ... 

Heavy rain kills 81 people and leaves dozens missing in Japan
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At least 81 people have died after heavy flooding triggered landslides in the western part of Japan, with dozens more missing and hundreds stranded on rooftops. ... 

Turkish President Tayyip Erdogan at the Grand National Assembly
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Turkey on Sunday dismissed more than 18,000 state employees, half from the police force, for alleged links to terrorism groups. 

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Investigators in France have concluded that a deadly blaze in the cockpit of an Airbus A320 in 2016 caused it to crash into the Mediterranean.

US Citizenship and Immigration Services welcomed 200 new citizens from 50 countries, July 3, 2018
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At the end of June, a California judge gave the US government 30 days to reunite families who had been separated at the border, 14 days if the children were ... 

German Chancellor Angela Merkel and Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban
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Germany's Chancellor Angela Merkel and Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orbán concluded tense talks that were overshadowed by their differences over migration. ... 

200 new US citizens from 50 countries are welcomed by US Citizenship and Immigration Services July 3, 2018 in New York City
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Christine Reis, Director of the Human Rights Institute of St Thomas University, explains some confusing aspects of current versus past US immigration policy. 

 

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