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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.

OPINION

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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