Pope urges world leaders to reduce, forgive debts burdening poor nations

Pope Francis has called for the reduction or outright forgiveness of debts of poor countries. In an Easter message at...
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Pope urges world leaders to reduce, forgive debts burdening poor nations

Vatican official tells clergy: ‘There is a Gospel in the making on the streets’

While Rome is under lockdown, one person drives hundreds of miles a day through the empty streets of the Italian...
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Vatican official tells clergy: ‘There is a Gospel in the making on the streets’

COVID-19 is not God’s judgment, but a call to live differently, pope says

VATICAN CITY — The worldwide coronavirus pandemic is not God's judgment on humanity, but God's call on people to judge...
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COVID-19 is not God’s judgment, but a call to live differently, pope says

Vatican worker who lives in same residence as Pope Francis tests positive for coronavirus

A Vatican worker who lives in the same residence as Pope Francis has been hospitalised after reportedly testing positive for...
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Vatican worker who lives in same residence as Pope Francis tests positive for coronavirus

Pope: ‘Education concerns the future of humanity’

Pope Francis says poverty, discrimination, climate change, the globalization of indifference and the exploitation of human beings all prevent the...
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Pope: ‘Education concerns the future of humanity’

Killing of Christians: Rights group takes case to Pope, Trump

The Human Rights Writers Association of Nigeria, HURIWA, has petitioned the head of the Catholic Church in the Vatican and...
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Killing of Christians: Rights group takes case to Pope, Trump

Pope at Mass: ‘You can’t buy the Lord’s gifts’

Pope Francis celebrates morning Mass at the Casa Santa Marta reminding believers that the Lord’s gifts are free and it...
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Pope at Mass: ‘You can’t buy the Lord’s gifts’

WORLDWIDE CELEBRATION OF THE 100TH ANNIVERSARY OF ST. JACINTA MARTO’S DEATH, 20TH OF FEBRUARY, 2020

By Prof. Michael Ogunu The World Apostolate of Fatima International in conjunction with the Shrine of Our Lady of Fatima...
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WORLDWIDE CELEBRATION OF THE 100TH ANNIVERSARY OF ST. JACINTA MARTO’S DEATH, 20TH OF FEBRUARY, 2020

Pope urges children to be little “bridges” like Child Jesus

Pope Francis on Monday met a delegation of young boys and girls Children’s Catholic Action, a wing of Italy’s lay...
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Pope urges children to be little “bridges” like Child Jesus

Pope: saints are not unreachable human beings

Pope Francis on Thursday met some 400 members of the Congregation for the Causes of Saints on the occasion of...
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Pope: saints are not unreachable human beings

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