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Grateful for Morocco Journey

Articles from April 3, 2019

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At General Audience, Pope Thanks the Lord for His Visit to Morocco

‘I thank the Lord for allowing me to take yet another step along the road of dialogue and encounter with our Muslim brothers and sisters, as a “Servant of hope” in today’s world’

General Audience: Pope Recalls Highlights of Morocco Visit (Full Text)

‘My pilgrimage followed in the footsteps of two Saints: Francis of Assisi and John Paul II.’

Pope Francis Urges Fraternity to Overcome Religious Differences

‘Why does the Pope go to the Muslims and not just to Catholics?’

Holy Father Reaches out to Young, Elderly, Sick, Newlyweds

‘May the Lent we are living foster greater closeness to God.’

Pope Cites International Day of Sport for Peace and Development

‘Sport is a universal language, which embraces all peoples and contributes to overcome conflicts and to unite people.’

Pope Plans Holy Thursday Service at Velletri Correctional Facility

Will Wash the Feet of 12 Detainees

Solomon Islands: Guanellian Missionary Talks of Work in the Island World

‘Mission on the Ocean, Combining Evangelization and Human Promotion’

Cardinal Tagle Warns US Seminarians of Dangers of Temptations

Speaking at a Mass Marking 60th Anniversary of St. John Vianney College Seminary in Miami

Remarks by Ambassador Gingrich at the ‘Stand Together to Defend International Religious Freedom’ Symposium

‘This year marks the 35th Anniversary of formal diplomatic relations between the United States and the Holy See.’

Cardinal Parolin Addresses Symposium Sponsored by US Embassy to Holy See

‘Stand Together to Defend International Religious Freedom’

Peru: Pope Erects Territorial Prelature of Apóstol de Huancané

First Bishop, Rev. Fr. Giovanni Cefai, M.S.S.P., Pastor of San Pablo Apóstol Parish in Archdiocese of Arequipa

Holy Father Greets Sufferers from Alzheimer’s Disease

‘Rainbow Choir’ of Rest Home in Bonheiden, Belgium.

Africa Helps Victims of Cyclone Idai

‘We are never too poor to help’

Nigerian Bishops Warn of ‘Culture of Death’

‘The Continuous Massacres in Various Parts of Nigeria Risk Sinking the Country into Anarchy’

How Contemplative Religious are like ‘Inner Workings’ of a Clock

Mother Maria Aparecida and the Abbey of Our Lady of Victory in Northeast Brazil

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