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Cardinal Tagle invites Catholics to share God's gifts

The National Eucharistic Congress in the US city of Indianapolis concludes with the celebration of Mass and a homily by Cardinal Luis Antonio Tagle, who calls for a renewed commitment to Eucharistic and missionary conversion.

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Lord's Day Reflection: Come and Rest

As the Church marks the Sixteenth Sunday of Ordinary Time, Fr. Marion Nguyen, OSB, offers his thoughts on the day’s liturgical readings under the theme: “Come and Rest".

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Israeli army intercepts missile from Yemen, sirens wail in Eilat

Yemen’s Houthis say they have targeted Israel’s resort city of Eilat with a ballistic missile.

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At Mass in Ukraine Cardinal Parolin invokes the miracle of peace

Cardinal Pietro Parolin, the Holy See's Secretary of State, presides at a Mass at the Marian Shrine of Berdychiv in Ukraine. Sent by Pope Francis to visit the country, he encouraged the faithful "not to lose faith even if it seems that evil has the upper hand."

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Pope appeals for Olympic Truce for war-torn nations

Pope Francis expresses his wish that the upcoming Olympic and Paralympic Games provide an opportunity to establish a truce in ongoing wars and that athletes be messengers of peace.

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Pope at Angelus: Slow down, reflect, pray to be more caring

At the Sunday Angelus, Pope Francis says that to be more caring and compassionate, we need to slow down from the rush and worries of daily life by spending time in contemplation and prayer to recharge our physical and spiritual energies.

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Archbishop Gudziak: Respond to political violence by affirming dignity of all

In the wake of the attempted assassination of former US president Donald Trump, Archbishop Borys Gudziak – Metropolitan Archbishop of the Archeparchy of Philadelphia and Chair of the USCCB’s Committee on Domestic Justice and Human Development – speaks with Vatican Radio about how Christians can respond to rising threats of political and ideological violence.

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Cardinal Parolin: Holy See committed to just peace in Ukraine

Cardinal Secretary of State Pietro Parolin speaks to Vatican News about his six-day visit to Ukraine for the final celebration of the pilgrimage to the Marian Shrine of Berdychiv and about the Holy See’s unwavering hopes for a rapid end of the war with Russia and a just peace.

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Cardinal Parolin: Pope following situation in Ukraine with 'worry and pain'

The Holy See’s Secretary of State visits the Ukrainian city of Odessa, and says that the Pope is following the situation there "with so much attention, with so much worry and so much pain.”

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40 migrants die off the coast of Haiti

At least 40 migrants die and dozens are injured after their boat catches fire off the coast of Haiti, highlighting the perilous journeys Haitians undertake to escape violence and instability in their country.

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