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16 May 2016 Middle East No comments

US could offer financial support to Christian militias fighting ISIS

The defense spending bill refers specifically to Christians as a group that should be supported in the Middle East The US Congress and Senate are set to debate…

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You can survive in the midst of the scorning crowd

Recalling how challenging school was, then i i was regarded a "weirdo", no "girlfriend" no "Alcohol" no "partying" etc. Some people especially a guy from my lod…

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24 Jun 2015 Exhortations Resources Vatican No comments

Pope Francis speaks up for Italy's unemployed youth

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04 Aug 2016 News No comments

Aid agencies prepare to help 1.5 million expected to flee Mosul offensive

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29 Sep 2015 Articles Comments (1)

Why Habitual sinners can't be forgiven

In his recent apostolic letter entitled Misericordia Dei released on May 2, 2002, Pope John Paul II stated quite succinctly, “It is clear that penitents living …

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16 Sep 2014 USA No comments

DC Summit of Mideast Christian Leaders Concludes in Prayer

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Who Can Receive Communion?

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Religious tolerance is good for society and the soul, says Pope during mosque visit

Quoting a Muslim poet, Francis said religions should help people build better societies Pope Francis has called on religions to guide people towards the good, …

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06 Jul 2016 News USA Vatican No comments

Iraq War was not a last resort and evidence was exaggerated, says Chilcot inquiry

Sir John Chilcot has issued a damning report into the British Government’s actions before and during the Iraq war. In a statement introducing the 2.5 million…

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Vatican delegate objects to gender ideology in UN development document

Commenting on a UN development plan, the Vatican’s representative has taken exception to language that promotes access to abortion, contraception, and gender ideology.

Archbishop Bernardito Auza, the Holy See’s permanent observer at UN headquarters in New York, also emphasized that development problems and environmental concerns must be weighed in light of the overarching demands of human dignity. He reminded UN delegates that Pope Francis, in his encyclical Laudato Si’, had emphasized that “environmental problems cannot be separated from the analysis of human, family, work-related and urban contexts, nor from how individuals relate to themselves, which leads in turn to how they relate to others and to the environment.”


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