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Martinelli: Instrumentum Laboris provides clear direction for the Synodal Assembly

Interview with Bishop Paolo Martinelli, Apostolic Vicar of Southern Arabia, on the "Instrumentum laboris" for the upcoming second session of the General Assembly of the Synod.

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Cardinal Pierre: Address to Eucharistic Congress - full text

Full text of the Address of His Eminence Christophe Cardinal Pierre, Apostolic Nuncio to the United States of America, to the United States National Eucharistic Congress, Lucas Oil Stadium, Indianapolis, Indiana - 17 July 2024

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Cardinal Pierre calls for true revival at Eucharistic Congress

As the National Eucharistic Congress opens in Indianapolis, the Apostolic Nuncio to the United States invites the faithful to pray for greater unity in the Church “so that we may become more fruitful in our mission.”

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Amnesty report condemns government inaction amid Manipur violence

A report published this week by rights group Amnesty International condemns the lack of action of regional and federal authorities in the Indian state of Manipur in the face of continuing deadly violence against the Kuki minority.

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Bishop Cozzens: ‘We expect miracles’ at US Eucharistic Congress

Thousands of pilgrims from across the United States converge on the city of Indianapolis for the start of the 10th National Eucharistic Congress.

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Pope marks 1500 years of veneration of ancient Marian image

Pope Francis sends a letter to Fr Antonio Piccolo, marking the 1500th anniversary of the veneration of Santa Maria in Portico and encouraging the Order of Clerics Regular of the Mother of God to continue with their mission of charity, peacebuilding, and evangelization.

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Pope Francis: 'Let your youth be a gift for Jesus'

In a message to a gathering of youth ministers in Paraguay, Pope Francis calls on young faithful to let Christ transform them, and to live their youth 'as a gift for Jesus' and the world.

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More Kenyan police officers arrive in Haiti

Two hundred Kenyan police officers have arrived in Haiti to double the presence of their colleagues, who are already on the ground. This second wave of law and order aims to bring stability to the troubled nation.

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Thai youth bring synodality to life with 3-day social 'hackathon'

The Catholic Education Council of Thailand (CECT) and LiCAS gathered students from 12 schools across Thailand in a groundbreaking three-day Youth Social Hackathon at Mater Dei School in Bangkok.

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UN seeks path to unity as Cyprus marks 50 years of division

This week marks the 50th anniversary since a coup aimed at uniting Cyprus with Greece triggered a Turkish invasion that divided the island.

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