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Italian Bishops Conference
May 20, 2021
Pope Francis will make the short journey on Monday to the Ergife Palace Hotel in Rome, where he will open the 74th General Assembly of the Italian Bishops’ Conference (CEI). The Pope’s message to the Italian bishops will be broadcast live by Vatican Media. A Synodal Journey The theme of this year’s General Assembly is
April 27, 2020
Shops are preparing to reopen next month, but no date has been given for the resumption of public Masses
March 19, 2020
Pope Francis will join the Italian bishops, along with Catholics throughout Italy, and the faithful throughout the world, in praying the Rosary on Thursday evening, to implore the intercession of Our Lady against the deadly coronavirus pandemic. Pope Francis and the Italian bishops have asked all the faithful throughout the country to pray the Luminous
October 30, 2015
Bishops' conference initiative will assist people who face having their utilities cut off
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