Tag Archives: Jesuits

20Sep/15

Pope celebrates Mass in Havana’s Revolution Square

Pope Francis uses his Mass at Havana’s Revolution Square to call followers to serve the “most vulnerable” in a homily that Cuba’s government supporters and ardent critics could claim as their own.

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06Sep/15

Pope appeals for religious institutions to welcome migrant families

Pope Francis calls on every parish, religious community, monastery and sanctuary in Europe to take in one refugee family.

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02Sep/15

Latin American faithful divided after Pope Francis allows priests to forgive abortion

Catholic worshippers in Argentina and Mexico are divided following comments from Pope Francis granting priests discretion to forgive abortion during Holy Year.

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13Jul/15

Pope discusses Greece, the middle classes, coca leaves and selfies onboard the papal plane

Pope Francis issues a rare mea culpa over his neglect of the problems of the middle classes, speaks about his thoughts on the crisis in Greece and how he feels about selfies as he returns home following his visit to Ecuador, Bolivia and Paraguay.

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11Jul/15

Former Vatican ambassador hospitalised ahead of child abuse trial

Former Vatican ambassador Jozef Wesolowski has been taken to hospital on the eve of his sex abuse trial, the first of its kind in the Vatican, with the hearing postponed.

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28Apr/15

Vatican and U.N. team up on climate change against sceptics

UN Secretary General Ban Ki-moon says climate change is an “urgent moral imperative” as he meets the pope at the Vatican.
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