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The latest Catholic news from around the world

Pope Francis expected to meet clerical abuse victims.

All of us need rehabilitation, Pope Francis reminds prisoners  in the Italian city of Isernia on Saturday.

Pope Francis prays Angelus with the Faithful.

Monastic life could make surprise comeback in age of Twitter, Holy Father’s aide says.

NY Times blasted for allowing atheists’ full-page anti-Catholic ad in response to US Hobby Lobby case.

Argentinian retired officers sentenced to life over murder of Catholic bishop.

 

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