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August 17, 2020
In his Sunday Angelus address, the Pope called for respect for justice and dialogue
August 12, 2020
All 18 men are in isolation and in good health
August 11, 2020
Benedict XVI’s personal secretary Archbishop Georg Gänswein has said that the pope emeritus's illness is 'subsiding.'
July 27, 2020
A church volunteer has admitted to starting the fire at Nantes Cathedral and was charged with arson on Saturday
July 27, 2020
Pope Francis asked young people to reach out to the elderly, especially those in nursing homes
July 24, 2020
A Catholic bishop has deplored the world’s indifference to escalating extremist violence in northern Mozambique, where multiple churches have been burnt, people beheaded, young girls kidnapped, and hundreds of thousands of people displaced by the violence.
July 20, 2020
The Vatican’s Congregation for Clergy has published instructions on reforming parishes and restructuring dioceses to better serve their “singular mission of evangelization”
July 17, 2020
Polish Cardinal Zenon Grocholewski, former prefect of the Congregation for Catholic Education, died aged 80
July 09, 2020
A Holy See diplomat raised concern at the United Nations in Geneva this week over the use of the term “gender identity” within the UN’s refugee protection categories.
July 08, 2020
Benedict XVI watched his brother’s funeral via livestream
July 06, 2020
Pope Francis applauded the United Nations Security Council Sunday for its recent resolution calling for an immediate global ceasefire amid the coronavirus pandemic. “The call for a global and immediate ceasefire, which would allow the peace and security necessary to provide the urgently needed humanitarian assistance, is commendable,” Pope Francis said after his Angelus prayer
July 03, 2020
The president of the European bishops’ commission has promised persecuted Christians in Nigeria that he will advocate for increased support from the European Union.
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