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Italian Cardinal Comes Out in Defense of Cardinal Joseph Zen, Archbishop Emeritus of Hong Kong

Cardinal Fernando Filoni recalled that it has been said of the Archbishop that “he is the most Italian of the Chinese and the most Italian Chinaman. Here was the synthesis – the meeting of two cultures.”

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Statement of His Eminence Cardinal Pietro Parolin at the UN High-level Meeting

At the UN High-level Meeting to commemorate the 30th anniversary of the adoption of the Declaration on the Rights of Persons Belonging to National or Ethnic, Religious and Linguistic Minorities.

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Feast Day of Padre Pio 2022: Cardinal O’Malley Blessed Three Sculptures at the Church of St. Pio of Pietrelcina

Three bronze sculptures of Padre Pio by the renowned Canadian sculptor Timothy Schmalz were donated to the Padre Pio Foundation of America and to the Shrine of St. Pio in San Giovanni Rotondo (Italy).

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Three Conditions for a Consultant to Be Able to Correct the World, According to Pope Francis

In the special audience to the participants in the Deloitte Global Meeting.

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Kazakhstan Was Not a Journey of Relativism but of Listening and Respecting

English text of the catechesis at the General Audience in Saint Peter’s Square on Wednesday, September 21.

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Nicaraguan Dictatorship Expels More Nuns: This Time the Religious of the Cross

The nuns arrived in Mexico on Tuesday, September 20.

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Five priests, a nun, and three lay people have been abducted in Camerun

The Catholic bishops of the Bamenda Ecclesiastic Province issued a statement following the attack, saying the Catholic Church has been regularly targeted by fighters.

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That at least one person with disability be allowed to participate in the work of the Synod on Synodality

“Us, not them”, the Synod as a path for including people with disabilities. The results of the synodal listening session were delivered to the Pope.

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This Is the “Liturgy of Blessing” Approved by Belgian Bishops to Bless  Same Sex Couples

Translation into English of the “Blessing Prayer” approved by the Flemish Bishops.

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Against the Pope’s Will, Belgian Bishops Led by Cardinal Jozef De Kesel Approve “Catholic Blessing” of Gay Couples

This decision is openly against the will of the Pope who, through the Dicastery for the Doctrine of the Faith, issued a clarifying note in February of 2021, specifying that this type of blessing is not possible in the Catholic Church. The note states explicitly that Pope Francis gave his assent to its publication. 

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