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The Holy Father continued to pray for peace Sunday, calling for an end to war and the threat of nuclear weapons.
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The Holy Father spoke of and prayed for peace at the site of the World War II bombing.
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In his homily, Pope Francis also pointed to the Japanese martyrs St. Paul Miki and his 25 companions.
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‘I have come here as a pilgrim to pray, to confirm you in the faith, and to be confirmed by the faith of these brothers and sisters,’ he said.
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The Pope celebrated Mass for an estimated 10,000 young people in and outside of Bangkok’s Cathedral of the Assumption.
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Pope Francis addressed around 700 doctors, nurses and service personnel of St. Louis Catholic Hospital and other Catholic health centers in Thailand.
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Missionary life is for every Christian with a living faith, he said Nov. 21.
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“We can grow and live together as good ‘neighbors,’” the Pope said Nov. 21.
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It is not yet clear whether Bishop Gustavo Zanchetta will be apprehended in the Vatican City State and extradited to Argentina.
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The Catholic Church in Thailand is celebrating 350 years of Holy See recognition of the Church in Thailand.
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Solène Tadié
Religious and political authorities as well as inhabitants’ testimonies offer instructive insights on difficult situation in the Land of Christ.
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The archbishop's remarks came shortly before Pope Francis is due to visit Nov. 23-26.
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International efforts to alleviate the situation have fallen short, and the humanitarian crisis continues to grow worse.
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Water levels hit the highest level in more than 50 years.
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Meeting of the French National Assembly’s cultural affairs committee highlighted disagreement over the spire’s design, according to reports.
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Pro-democracy protests in Hong Kong have continued to escalate into violence, with many apparent incidents of forceful police tactics.
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Desecration of a tabernacle and defacement of religious statues and other items has occurred.
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Appeal to the supreme court was his last legal avenue.
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Victor Gaetan
Deputy foreign minister says his country, the homeland of John Paul II, stands for the rights of the oppressed.
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Australia’s High Court will announce on Wednesday whether it will hear the appeal of his conviction on sexual-abuse charges.
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Bree Dail
Three Chinese Catholics give their eyewitness accounts.
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Both women were on duty nearly every Sunday morning at the cathedral in late 1996.
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Thieves took chalices and other religious items early in the morning of Nov. 4.
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In an apparent concession to protesters, government officials agreed to provide a piece of land for the church to be rebuilt, as well as money.
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Peter Jesserer Smith
The members of three Catholic dioceses with Anglican traditions reflect on the challenges and opportunities for evangelization afforded by Benedict XVI’s visionary decree Anglicanorum Coetibus.
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According to reports, the Catholics are attempting to prevent the Chinese government from tearing down the church.
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Members of Congress said that Tuesday’s vote was a significant step toward fighting silence and ignorance on the matter.
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Doreen Abi Raad
In a massive gathering, residents of all religions have mobilized together to demand remedies to the economic crisis and rampant political corruption that afflicts their nation.
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Solène Tadié
NEWS ANALYSIS: The Christian communities of northeastern Syria massively support the recently signed cease-fire deal, which calls for the Assad regime’s takeover of the whole area.
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Joan Frawley Desmond
ANALYSIS: Will the Pan-Amazon Synod help the Church meet the challenge posed by the explosive growth of sects in the region — and learn from their Protestant brethren’s success?