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Pope Francis slams Trump's treatment of migrants without even saying his his name
“Injustice is the perverse root of poverty,” Francis said at a Mass marking the Roman Catholic Church’s annual World Day of the Poor. “The cry of the poor daily becomes stronger but heard less, drowned out by the din of the rich few, who grow ever fewer and more rich.”
Pope Francis’ insights on Mass published as a book
By Johny NedungattThe Archdiocese of Calcutta has published a book containing the catechetical insights of Pope Francis on Mass.Archbishop Thomas D’Souza of Calcutta released the book on November 6 at the joint meeting of the bishops, priests and religious of West Bengal at Seva Kendra, the archdioc
Bypass the Pope By Going Directly to The Savior
Most scandalously homosexual priests seem to be favored by the Vatican while devoted, traditional, stick-to-the-Gospel parish priests are being thrown to the wolves or smothered in an unrelenting bureaucracy that sees little or no merit in priests intent on putting the Gospel of Christ before Global
Pope prays for peace in Central African Republic
The violence in the town of Alindao, some 300 kilometers east of the capital, Bangui, began when Christian militiamen allegedly killed Muslims, prompting tit-for-tat revenge attacks, according to international media.
Pope in Angelus remembers victims attacked in Central African Republic | ROME REPORTS
In the final days of the liturgical year, the Church reflects on the Apocalypse. During the Angelus, the pope said thatthis will be the decisive moment when the whole truth of one's life will come to light.
Pope Francis and Poor Enjoy a Good Lunch - ZENIT - English
“I wish you all a happy Sunday. And, please, don’t forget to pray for me. Enjoy your lunch and goodbye!”
Churches collected 16 mln euros for Donbas victims as part of Pope for Ukraine project
The "Pope for Ukraine" campaignfrom the Most Holy Father Francis aimed at helping all citizens of Ukraine who became victims of the military operations in the East or turned into internal migrants. The Apostolic Nuncio in Ukraine, Archbishop Claudio Gugerotti, reported thisat a press conference, Ukr
Donal Lynch: 'Pass it on: here's why Pope Francis was wrong about 'sinful' gossip' - Independent.ie
We pretend to look down on trivial information and gossip, but it drives news, art, and life itself, writes Donal Lynch
In The Backdrop Of Church Rape Controversies, Nobel Laureate Kailash Satyarthi Seeks Pope’s Support Against Child Sex Abuse
Seeking support for a new legally binding international law against growing digital and online forms of child sexual exploitation and abuse cases, Nobel Peace Laureate Kailash Satyarthi has on Friday (November 16) called on Pope Francis,reportsTNIE.
Pope Francis Dines With 1,500 Poor at the Vatican
Pope Francis’ enjoyed a Sunday lunch today of lasagna, chicken nuggets, mashed potato and tiramisu with 1,500 people in need, less well-off, and poor (see photos below).
Pope Francis has lunch with homeless for World Day of the Poor
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Pope takes aim at 'the wealthy few' during Mass for the poor - Independent.ie
Pope Francis has criticised "the wealthy few" for enjoying what, "in justice, belongs to all" and said Christians could not remain indifferent to the growing cries of the exploited and the indigent, including migrants.
Warming ties poised to bring pope to China as early as 2019
"All the popes have had a desire to go to China," Zen said in an interview with the Nikkei Asian Review. Calling a trip next year "very possible," he said Pope Francis "would be very happy to have an invitation."
Helping the poor is not a fad but a duty, says Pope | Catholic Herald
As the rich get richer, the increasing misery and cries of the poor are ignored every day, Pope Francis has said.
Pope pays surprise visit to First Aid Station in St Peter's Square
By Francesca MerloPope Francis visited St Peter’s Square on Friday 16thof November where, upon his request, a First Aid Station has been installed. This initiative, supported by the Pontifical Council for promoting New Evangelisation, aims to offer medical attention to those most in need. The walk-i
Pope Francis’ Approval Rating At Record Low After Child Abuse Cover Up
According to Alan Cooperman, the director of the Pew Research Center, the Pope Francis’ negative approval ratings are primarily a reflection of how badly he has handled the clergy pedophilia crisis.
Pope prays for those stricken by California wildfires
Pope Francis celebrates a mass in St. Peter basilica at the Vatican, Sunday, Nov. 18, 2018. Pope Francis is offering several hundred poor people, homeless, migrants, unemployed a lunch on Sunday as he celebrates the World Day of the Poor with a concrete gesture of charity in the spirit of his namesa
Pope Audience: Gossip kills, God is truth - Catholic Outlook
Speaking at his weekly General Audience, the Pope said that, “our ultimate model in this regard is Jesus himself. He is the truth in person who, at his trial before Pilate, revealed that he came into this world to testify to the truth.”
Pope Undermines Diplomatic Immunity with USCCB Intervention | Breitbart
A last-minuteintervention, however, from the Vatican’s Congregation for Bishops instructed the USCCB to stand down and to await a meeting of global episcopal conference leadership convoked by Pope Francis for February.
Hope of Christian-Muslim ties boost during pope's Morocco visit - Premier
The pontiff accepted an invitation from bishops and Morocco's King Mohammed VI for a two-day trip commencing on 30th March 2019. He will visit the capital, Rabat, and Morocco's biggest city, Casablanca.