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Pope Francis appoints pro-LGBT cardinal praised by top Freemason as president of Italian bishops’ conference

Life Site 24 May 2022
VATICAN CITY (LifeSiteNews Pope Francis has appointed a pro-LGBT cardinal to be the new president of the Italian Bishops Conference, two years after a Masonic Grand Master praised him as a potential Pope ... Zuppi is considered by Vatican observers as a possible future Pope, or papabile, and is a familiar figure on Italian television networks.
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Pope thanks Orban for taking Ukrainians, Orban invites pope to Hungary

The Jerusalem Post 22 Apr 2022
Orban, on his first international visit since winning a fourth consecutive landslide election victory this month, spoke to the pope privately for about 40 minutes in the pontiff's library in the Vatican's Apostolic Palace ... A video released by Vatican television showed the pope giving Orban a medal of St.
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On Good Friday, papal preacher says Jesus calls everyone to repent, turn swords into plowshares

Catholic Standard 15 Apr 2022
VATICAN CITY (CNS) -- Jesus invites everyone to repent and to turn swords into plowshares and missiles into factories and homes, the papal preacher said ... The Vatican also released a transcript of an interview televised on a religious program aired earlier in the day on RAI, the Italian television station.
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Pope Francis to Kirill: Ukraine has a right to defend its land, identity against Russian "perverse abuse of power"

Hot Air 18 Mar 2022
Francis has been subject of criticism from those who hope that in his public statements he would explicitly name Vladimir Putin and Russia,” read the Andrea Tornelli’s response in L’Osservatore Romano, “as if the words of the pastor of the universal ...
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Pope Francis’ deal with Communist China has led to greater persecution of Catholics

Life Site 13 Feb 2022
(LifeSiteNews While Pope Francis’s Vatican enjoys the televised spectacle of the 2022 Winter Olympics, which are reportedly “close to the Pope’s heart,” it seems that something that is not close to his heart is the Catholic Church in China, as Francis continues to turn a blind ...
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Names and faces

NWA Online 08 Feb 2022
The 85-year-old pontiff spoke about personal friendship as well as about concerns like migration while interviewed by the host of a popular Italian talk show on Rai state television that airs on Sunday nights. The studio is in Milan; the host interviewed Francis, at the Vatican, by remote ... .
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Pope Francis notches new first: TV evening talk show guest

Korea Times 07 Feb 2022
Pope Francis leads the Angelus prayer from the window of the Apostolic Palace at the Vatican, Feb ... Francis spoke about personal friendship as well as about issues like migration while interviewed by the host of a popular Italian talk show on Rai state television that airs on Sunday nights.
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Pope appeals: Be kind to migrants

The Manila Times 07 Feb 2022
ROME ... Francis spoke about personal friendship as well as about issues like migration while interviewed by the host of a popular Italian talk show on Rai state television that airs on Sunday nights. The studio is in Milan; the host interviewed the pontiff, at the Vatican, by remote ... "This is an internal political problem." ... .
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Blessed are they: Pope Francis lays hands on record shop in Rome

Raw Story 12 Jan 2022
A Vatican journalist for Rome Reports television news agency recorded a video showing Francis leaving the shop and getting into his car. .
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Violence against women insults God, says Pope Francis in New Year's speechFrancis wove his New ...

Deccan Herald 01 Jan 2022
"I was looking at the images in the television programme 'In His Image' today, about war, displaced people, the miseries ... We want peace," he added, referring to a religious broadcast on Italian state television ... Pope shakes up Vatican development office, accepts African cardinal's resignation ... Vatican City.
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Pope: World Must Be Open to Dialogue to Resolve Conflicts

Beijing News 25 Dec 2021
He mentioned Syria, Iraq and Yemen as examples of countries where longstanding conflicts have caused endless suffering ... Addressing those gathered at the Vatican on this rainy, wintry day and the millions watching him live on television, Francis said the need for patient dialogue at this time of pandemic is even more necessary in the world ... ....
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Today in History — Dec. 21

Winona Daily News 21 Dec 2021
On this date ... Gen ... President-elect Joe Biden received his first dose of the coronavirus vaccine on live television as part of a growing effort to convince the American public the inoculations were safe. The Vatican declared it “morally acceptable” for Roman Catholics to receive COVID-19 vaccines based on research that used fetal tissue from abortions.
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Today in History

Lebanon Express 21 Dec 2021
Linn County adds 4 new COVID-19 deaths Corvallis native will have his research sent to space Albany American Legion has gifts for kids in need How Betty White has stayed golden with more 80 years in television ... The Vatican declared it “morally acceptable” for Roman Catholics to ...
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This Day in History

The Daily Journal - San Mateo 21 Dec 2021
On Dec ... Gen ... 1-0.) ... President-elect Joe Biden received his first dose of the coronavirus vaccine on live television as part of a growing effort to convince the American public the inoculations were safe. The Vatican declared it “morally acceptable” for Roman Catholics to receive COVID-19 vaccines based on research that used fetal tissue from abortions.
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This day in history, Dec. 21, 2021

The News-Gazette 21 Dec 2021
On Dec ... Gen ... 1-0.) ... President-elect Joe Biden received his first dose of the coronavirus vaccine on live television as part of a growing effort to convince the American public the inoculations were safe. The Vatican declared it “morally acceptable” for Roman Catholics to receive COVID-19 vaccines based on research that used fetal tissue from abortions.

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