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December 01, 2015
Put down the weapons of war and work for justice, Pope Francis has urged the people of the Central African Republic. “Even when the powers of hell are unleashed, Christians must rise to the summons, their heads held high, and be ready to brave blows in this battle over which God will have the last word.
December 01, 2015
Pope Francis has urged Ugandans to honour their martyrs every day by caring for others. The Pope made the appeal at a Mass outside the country’s Catholic shrine to the martyrs. On Saturday he visited the Anglican shrine and museum located on the site where many of the 45 martyrs died. The main exhibit features statues
December 01, 2015
Pope Francis called for Kenya to support its families during his first public Mass in Africa. In his homily, Francis urged the country to resist practices “which foster arrogance in men, hurt or demean women and threaten the life of innocent children”. He also called on Kenyans to shape a more just society that looked
December 01, 2015
Pope Francis has named Mgr Steven Lopes the first bishop of the ordinariate, which serves groups of former Anglicans living in full communion with the Catholic Church. Bishop-designate Lopes, 40, succeeds Mgr Jeffrey Steenson, 63, who has led the ordinariate in the United States, called the Personal Ordinariate of the Chair of St Peter, since
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