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August 6, 2016

Pope Francis: It’s ‘terrible’ children taught they can choose gender

Pope Francis has said that what he calls gender theory – “that everyone can choose their own sex” – is “the exact opposite” of God’s creation. In a meeting with…
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EuropeNewsUSAVatican
July 30, 2016

The cruelty of Auschwitz still continues, Pope tells youth

Speaking from the balcony of the bishop's palace in Krakow, Pope Francis told youth gathered below that the horror lived by prisoners in the Auschwitz extermination camp isn’t over, but…
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AmericasEuropeNewsUSAVatican
July 30, 2016

‘In welcoming the outcast, our credibility as Christians is at stake’ -Pope Francis

By embracing the hunger, thirst and loneliness of others, young people can touch Jesus’s Cross and experience the light of the Resurrection, Pope Francis has said. It was Jesus who…
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Articles
July 29, 2016

The story of Poland's majestic 'underground salt cathedral'

Located just southeast of Krakow, the Wieliczka salt mine is famous for many things – most notably its underground chapels, made entirely out of rock salt. In fact, the chapels…
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News
July 28, 2016

French bishops declare day of fasting after priest's murder

In response to the murder of Father Jacques Hamel by believed Islamic State sympathizers, the French bishops have designated Friday, July 29, as a day of fasting. Msgr. Olivier Ribadeau…
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EuropeNewsUSAVatican
July 27, 2016

Pope Francis calls on Poles to show compassion to migrants

Pope Francis has urged Poles to show compassion to migrants, after arriving in Kraków for World Youth Day. Cloudy skies and a light drizzle did little to dampen the spirits of pilgrims…
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EuropeNewsUSAVatican
July 25, 2016

Poles arrest man for possession of explosives days before World Youth Day

Law enforcement officials in central Poland said Monday that a 48-year-old Iraqi man has been arrested on charges of possessing explosives. The arrest on Sunday in Lodz took place just…
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