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Pope Francis Meets Transgender Guests Of Rome Church

Pope Francis has met with the fourth group of transgender people who found shelter at a Rome church, the Vatican newspaper reported Thursday.

11 August 2022

Pope Schedules Back-To-Back Italy Trips After Pandemic Lull

Pope Francis plans to restart his pilgrimages within Italy after a pandemic-induced lull, with the Vatican. He plans to make back-to-back September day trips to the hilltop town of Assisi and the southern city of Matera.


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Pope Francis Hails families, Blasts 'Culture Of Waste' After US Supreme Court Overturns Roe Verdict

Pope Francis didn't refer to the ruling or explicitly mention abortion in his homily. But he used the buzzwords he has throughout his papacy about the need to defend families and to condemn a 'culture of waste' that he...


Pope’s Long-Awaited Apology For Native Americans Residential Schools In Canada Is A ‘First Step’

On Canada visit, Pope Francis asks Indigenous people for forgiveness for church members’ role in ‘catastrophic’ system.

26 July 2022

Pope Prays For Victims In US July 4 Parade Shooting

 In a telegram of condolence to Chicago's archbishop, Pope Francis said that he was praying for the six people killed and for “healing and consolation to the injured and bereaved”.


Tamil Anthem Echoes in Vatican, TN CM Stalin Hails Move

Tamil Nadu's State song, the invocation to mother Tamil, was sung in an event as part of the canonization ceremony of Devasahayam Pillai at the Vatican.

15 May 2022

Pope Francis kissed the hand of a survivor as he was greeted at the Edmonton, Alberta, airport.

Pope Francis Lands In Canada, Set For Apologies To Indigenous Groups For Abuses By Missionaries

Francis kissed the hand of a residential school survivor as he was greeted at the Edmonton, Alberta, airport. The gesture set the tone of what Francis has said is a “penitential pilgrimage” to atone for the role of...

25 July 2022

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The tapestry depicting Titus Brandsma (top) and Devasahayam at  St. Peter's Square

Who Is Devasahayam Pillai, First Indian Layman To Be Declared Saint By Pope?

Devasahayam was an official in the court of Travancore’s Maharaja when he converted to Christianity in 1745, taking the name 'Lazarus'.

15 May 2022

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06 May 2022
Russia’s War In Ukraine Is Barbarous: Pope Francis

Russia’s War In Ukraine Is Barbarous: Pope Francis

Pope Francis said Christians should ask themselves what they have done and can do to foster fraternity with one another.


20 March 2022
Russia-Ukraine Conflict: Pope Francis Terms War As 'Sacrilege' And 'Repugnant'

Russia-Ukraine Conflict: Pope Francis Terms War As 'Sacrilege' And 'Repugnant'

In some of his strongest words yet since Russia's February 24 invasion, Francis said there was 'no justification for this'.


28 February 2022
Pope Francis Offers Services For Ending Ukraine War

Pope Francis Offers Services For Ending Ukraine War

Pope Francis in an extraordinary step, last week, went to the Russian Embassy to the Holy See to meet with the Russian ambassador, the Vatican number two...


04 February 2022
Joe Biden Joins Pope, Imam, Urges 'Human Fraternity' To Fight The Pandemic Together

Joe Biden Joins Pope, Imam, Urges 'Human Fraternity' To Fight The Pandemic Together

The Vatican released a statement from Biden marking the International Day of Human Fraternity, a U.N.-designated celebration of interfaith and multicultural...


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