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“New civil, cultural and social approaches, and a new pastoral strategy for the Church” against “modern forms of persecution, oppression and slavery” are necessary to face the situation of gypsies throughout the world, said Pope Francis during this morning's audience with the participants in the meeting “The Church and gypsies: proclaiming the Gospel in the peripheries”, organised by the Pontifical Council for the Pastoral Care of Migrants and Itinerant Peoples. More»
A website, founded by an Irish province, has been helping the faithful of different lifestyles in their daily prayer and reflection, and has grown into a source of support and comfort for faithful worldwide.​ More»
Following the victory of the Hindu nationalist "Bharatiya Janata Party" (BJP) the Catholic Archbishop of Cuttack-Bhubaneswar in the east Indian state of Odisha expressed cautious optimism. Archbishop John Barwa, speaking by telephone from London, told international charity Aid to the Church in Need: "The first utterances by the prime minister-designate Narendra Modi give me reason to feel optimistic. Perhaps our worries and doubts were unfounded after all. Let's wait and see.  More»
At the end of the general audience today, the Holy Father invited to pray for Catholics in China with these words: "May 24, is the day dedicated to the liturgical memorial of the Blessed Virgin Mary, Help of Christians, who is venerated at the Shrine of Sheshan in Shanghai. More»
The children of Pontifical Holy Childhood in the Czech Republic have just published a collection of pictures and drawings in which their favorite missionary quotes are shown. The book, titled How children help Holy Father and children in the missions, contains 86 drawings made by young artists of all ages from 19 "Small Missionary Clubs", communities and families. The book was presented to the Holy Father by Fr. Slegr during the recent General Assembly of the Pontifical Mission Societies. More»
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