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Indonesians went to the polls yesterday to elect a new president as concerns grow over rising religious intolerance in the world’s most populous Muslim state. Although the elections could strengthen the country’s young democracy, its tradition of religious pluralism and tolerance has come under increasing threat from sectarian groups in recent years. More»
 
 
Pope Francis has called on the faithful to imitate Christ’s meekness and humility, especially when helping the poor and the marginalized. To be meek and humble of heart, he told pilgrims in St. Peter’s Square on Sunday, “helps us not only to take the weight of the other, but also to not impose upon them our own personal views, our judgments and our criticism.” More»
 
 
In the rural county of Isiolo in central Kenya, more than 143 thousand people devoted mainly to agriculture live. More»
 
 
Vatican City, 24 June 2014 (VIS) – The secretary of the Pontifical Council for Interreligious Dialogue, Fr. Miguel Ayuso Guixot MCCJ, and Fr. Markus Solo S.V.D., attache in the same dicastery for Islam in Asia and the Pacific, will be in Indonesia until 27 June in order to meet with various members of the episcopal Conference, as well as the Commission for Interreligious Dialogue and other Catholic institutions engaged in dialogue. More»
 
 
Since his election, Pope Francis makes the same request to every person he meets no matter where he goes: 'Pray for me'. More»
 
 
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