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During his Angelus address Sept. 27, Pope Francis called for peace and dialogue in the Caucasus region.
Cardinal Anders Arborelius of Stockholm discusses the need to protect the vulnerable amid the coronavirus pandemic.
Pope Francis speaks about the sexual abuse of women religious aboard the papal plane returning from the United Arab Emirates.
A look at the history of how bishops came to be appointed by the pope.
During his general audience March 6, Pope Francis spoke about the coming of the kingdom of God.
The Given Institute director discusses how her organization is helping women become leaders in the Catholic Church.
The season of Lent in 2019 is seen as a crucial moment in the life of the church.
The Holy Stairs are revealed for the first time to the public in 300 years.
Pope Francis continued his catechesis on the Our Father during his weekly general audience Feb. 13.
Pope Francis leads crowd in silent prayer for victims of attack on New Zealand mosques.
Schoolchildren collect palms and then help create the ashes that help Catholics open Lent, all while getting an education about the penitential season.
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Pope Francis spoke about God's love Feb. 20.
Pope Francis celebrated Ash Wednesday Mass March 6.
Pope Francis appealed for a global battle against sex abuse during his closing speech of the Vatican summit on child protection and the sex abuse crisis.
Pope Francis, celebrating Mass Feb. 15 with Italians who work with migrants, said they should thank the newcomers for giving them the opportunity to welcome Christ through them.
As COVID-19 continues to limit access to the Eucharist, many priests are turning to spiritual communion to keep their flock connected to the Lord.
A sculptor who carves angels discusses why these figures inspire his art.
Pope Francis continued his catechesis on the "Our Father" during his weekly general audience March 20.
Brenda Noriega, a youth minister from the Diocese of San Bernardino, California, spoke with Pope Francis about the abuse crisis facing the church.
Canadian sculptor Timothy Schmalz explains the inspiration behind his new bronze statue recently unveiled in St. Peter's Square, 'Angels Unawares.'




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