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Pope Sends Video Message to People of Bulgaria

Will Visit Balkan nation on May 5-6, 2019

Pope Addresses Conference on ‘Mining for the Common Good’

Meeting Organized by Dicastery for Promoting Integral Human Development

Pope: ‘State Is Called to Greater Responsibility’

Francis Addresses Participants in Plenary Assembly of the Pontifical Academy for Social Sciences

Swiss Guards: 23 New Recruits Will Take the Oath on May 6

Five of Whom Are French-speaking

Church in England and Wales Welcomes ‘Net Zero’ Report

‘Thousands of our churches are running on renewable energy…’

Bulgaria: The Pope’s Visit, ‘A Strong Encouragement for the Bulgarian People’

‘In the Footsteps of Saints Cyril and Methodius, ‘Giants of Evangelization in Eastern Europe’

Syria: A Vocation Marked by the Resurrection

‘I’m born anew after eight years!’

ACN Reports on Bloody Year for Christians

‘The atrocities in Sri Lanka mark the bloody climax of a trend that has endured for some years now: the persecution of Christians knows no bounds.’

Archbishop Follo: The Risen Christ Invites us to Fish and to Eat with Him

With the invitation to be fisher of men with the net of the mercy of Christ.

Pope Francis Releases Prayer Intention Video Message for May

For the Church in Africa

Holy Father Greets ‘Guido Carli’ Foundation on 10th Anniversary of Founding

‘I rejoice over your gratitude to men and women who distinguished themselves worldwide for their civil and ethical commitment.’

The Federation of Asian Bishops: ‘No to Retaliation and Revenge’

Statement by Cardinal Charles Maung Bo, Bishop of Yangon

Mary Wanted to be Called ‘Queen of Poland’

Feast of Our Lady Queen of Poland Falls on May 3

US: Bishops Applaud Regulations to Protect Healthcare Conscience Rights

‘We strongly commend the Department of Health and Human Services for adopting important new regulations to ensure that existing laws protecting the rights of conscience in health care are known, followed and enforced.’

Archbishop Auza Urges Stronger Catholic-Muslim Ties

‘Trust: it is fundamental to dialogue, understanding, tolerance, and acceptance…’

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