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April 04, 2022
Pope Francis returned to Rome on Sunday after a two-day trip to Malta. During the April 2-3 visit, he addressed civil authorities, visited a Marian shrine and the site where tradition holds that St. Paul stayed in 60 A.D., celebrated an outdoor Mass, and met with migrants and refugees. Please read below for CNA’s full
March 19, 2021
Homily delivered by Pope Francis for the inaugural Mass of his Petrine ministry, 19 March 2013.
June 29, 2020
I would like to share with you two key words: unity and prophecy
June 15, 2020
“Remember all the way which the Lord your God has led you”
May 31, 2020
'Let us go back to the origin of the Church, to the day of Pentecost. Let us look at the Apostles'
September 15, 2016
The first English translation of the Pope's announcement on harmonising Eastern and Latin canon law. Translated by Fr James Bradley and Ed Condon
July 31, 2016
The Pope celebrated Mass in a meadow outside Kraków
July 30, 2016
Jesus is calling you to leave a mark on history, Pope tells 1.6 million young people
July 28, 2016
The Mass marked the 1,050th anniversary of Poland's baptism
February 14, 2016
'We have chosen Jesus, not the evil one' Pope says at Mass on First Sunday of Lent
October 24, 2015
The Holy Father addressed the synod fathers at the end of their three-week meeting in Rome
October 04, 2015
'The Church is called to carry out her mission in fidelity, truth and love,' says Pontiff
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