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Pope to recite Angelus from residence as health improves

As Pope Francis' health continues to improve as he recovers from bronchitis, he will recite the Sunday Angelus prayer from his residence at the Casa Santa Marta, joining the faithful in a live broadcast.

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Laudato Sì Movement's call to action at COP28

The Advocacy Director of the "Laudato Sì Movement" expresses her hopes for the COP28 Summit on Climate Change in Dubai and speaks of the critical role faith-based groups play in driving responses to the climate crisis based on justice and peace.

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Holy See advocates collaboration on nuclear disarmament

Archbishop Gabriele Cacccia, the Holy See's Permanent observer to the United Nations, highlights the disproportionate impact of nuclear weapons on women and girls, and urges synergy between the Treaty on the Prohibition of Nuclear Weapons and existing disarmament measures.

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Pope Francis to COP28: ‘Choose life, choose the future!’

Cardinal Secretary of State Pietro Parolin delivers Pope Francis’ speech to delegates at the UN Climate Change Summit, urging world leaders not to postpone action any longer but to craft concrete and cohesive responses for the well-being of our common home and future generations.

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Watch: On the Road to Emmaus w/ Bishop Boyea | Week 25 | Pray a Spiritual Communion Thrice Daily

Watch: On the Road to Emmaus w/ Bishop Boyea | Week 25 | Pray a Spiritual Communion Thrice Daily David Kerr Fri, 12/01/2023 - 08:28 PM

Lord's Day Reflection: ‘Of you my heart has spoken’

As the Church marks the First Sunday of Advent, Fr. Marion Nguyen, OSB, offers his thoughts on the day’s liturgical readings under the theme: “Of you my heart has spoken”.

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Kenyan Bishops urge swift action amidst El Nino-induced floods.

In a press statement released Wednesday, the Kenya Conference of Catholic Bishops (KCCB) expressed deep concern over the severe impact of the El Nino phenomenon currently affecting various parts of Kenya.

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COP28. US Bishops call for socially sustainable decarbonization

In a statement on COP28 in Dubai, the U.S. bishops warn that climate goals must represent both the ‘cry of the earth’ and the ‘cry of the poor’.

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Scores killed in Gaza after collapse of Israel-Hamas truce

Over a hundred Gaza inhabitants were killed on Friday and scores more injured as Israel's warplanes pounded the enclave after talks to extend a week-old truce with Hamas broke down.

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Pope tells Canon Lawyers God’s justice is indissolubly united with mercy

Marking the 50th anniversary of Consociatio Internationalis Studio Iuris Canonici Promovendo, an international association that promotes the study of canon law, Pope Francis invites members to conduct their work in a pastoral and missionary manner.

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