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Pope prays as he leads vigil for peace in Syria

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Divine Mercy vigil: Pope’s wish that, in every diocese, ‘a hospital, a home for the elderly, for abandoned children, a school where none exists, a home for the recovery of addicts.’

Mercy is an open book – and it’s our task to write it, Pope says.

Pope at Divine Mercy Mass: Be Apostles of mercy.

Pope Francis announces special collection for Ukraine on April 24.

Kerala priest kidnapped in Yemen ‘could be freed soon, ‘ Catholic groups says.

April 8: Release of post-synodal Apostolic Exhortation.

Drop in Scots churchgoers, new poll finds, but affinity with the Catholic Church, remained stable.

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Once society accepts that sick patients can be relieved of their suffering by being killed, it won’t take long to conclude that they can also be exploited for organ harvesting.
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