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Bishops of Africa: It is painful to see young people leave the continent

Paul Samasumo – Vatican City At the end of the 19th Plenary Assembly of the Symposium of Episcopal Conferences of Africa and Madagascar (SECAM) held...

Pope visits elderly and sick at Fraternité St. Alphonse Centre

On his way back from the Shrine of Sainte-Anne de Beauprè, where he presided over Mass on Thursday morning, Pope Francis made a stop at the Fraternité St. Alphonse Centre to meet with guests at the welcome and spirituality centre.

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Pope invites Canadian clergy to confront challenges of secularized world

By Benedict Mayaki, SJ Pope Francis, on Thursday evening – the fifth day of his Apostolic Journey to Canada – presided at Vespers with Bishops,...

Canadian residential school survivor: ‘I’m here for my parents, whose children were taken’ – Vatican News

Gerry Shigouz, a survivor of Canada's residential schools, opens up about her relationship with the Church, and the strength she finds in standing for those who did not make it, as Pope Francis asks forgiveness for the Church's role in the system.

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Sri Lanka Cardinal condemns high-handed actions of new president – Vatican News

Cardinal Malcolm Ranjith of Sri Lanka appeals to the interntional community to open an inquiry into the country's newly formed government after armed policemen and soldiers "attacked" peaceful protesters, less than 24 hours after the new president was sworn in.

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Ukraine. Gallagher: We need to keep the hope of dialogue alive – Vatican News

By Isabella Piro "A war of attrition" in which " it is incumbent upon the international community to keep the hope of dialogue, the hope...

Sri Lanka’s president flees the country – Vatican News

Sri Lanka’s president Gotabaya Rajapaksa arrives in the Maldives after mass protests force him to flee the country. His departure comes as protesters on Wednesday storm the Prime Minister’s office calling for his resignation.

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Annual report shows decline in allegations of abuse in US dioceses

By Lisa Zengarini More than 3,000 allegations of sexual abuse of minors by Catholic clergy and others were reported during the year ending June 30,...

US Archbishop calls Biden’s promotion of abortion ‘deeply disturbing’

By Christopher Wells. The US Bishops’ point man on pro-life activities, Archbishop William Lori of Baltimore, has denounced President Joe Biden’s decision “to use his...

Cardinal Parolin at Mass in Juba: ‘War and corruption cannot bring peace’

Cardinal Secretary of State Pietro Parolin celebrates Mass in Juba, the capital of South Sudan, and calls for forgiveness and love to overcome the tendency toward violence and oppression.

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