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Feast Day of Kateri Tekakwitha, 14 July
Last edited 13th July 2015

On July 14, the Church celebrates the feast day of St. Kateri Tekakwitha, the first Native American to be canonized. Known as the "Lily of the Mohawks," Kateri lived a life of holiness and virtue, despite obstacles and opposition within her tribe.

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Pope in Bolivia Calls for 'Structural Changes' in World's Economy
Last edited 13th July 2015

In a talk of the utmost importance that is likely to spark discussion and inspire action worldwide, Pope Francis made his strongest call yet for “structural change” in the way the world’s economy is run, saying the present system “runs counter to the plan of Jesus.” And he appealed to people everywhere “in the name of God” to mobilize to protect “our common home.”

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Greece Debt Crisis: Greek Voters Reject Bailout Offer
Last edited 6th July 2015

With almost all the ballots counted, results from the Greek referendum show voters decisively rejecting the terms of an international bailout.

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Christians and Jews, Strangers No Longer
Last edited 1st July 2015

Fifty years after the Second Vatican Council Declaration Nostra Aetate, Christians and Jews are "strangers no longer," but now friends, and brothers and sisters, says Pope Francis.

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Torture Comes in Many Forms
Last edited 30th June 2015

Victoria is a 10-year-old girl with a mental disability who was put in Jesus Divine Temple (Nyakumasi) Prayer Camp, where she was chained to a tree all day and slept on a mat in an open compound. She had no relative present at the camp at the time Human Rights Watch visited. Victoria had a skin infection which had affected her whole body, but she was not given access to medical treatment for this disorder.

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Pope Francis meets with Buddhist leaders: “These Small Gestures are Seeds of Peace
Last edited 29th June 2015

A dialogue between Catholic and Buddhist religious and social action leaders began on the 24th of June at the Vatican. Pope Francis stopped by the meeting, and Cardinal Jean-Louis Tauran gave a welcoming address.

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Support for Cardinal Pell Following Old Allegations
Last edited 2nd June 2015

In the flurry of media coverage surrounding Cardinal Pell and claims on a national television program, the Archbishop of Melbourne and President of the Australian Catholic Bishops Conference, Archbishop Denis Hart has said he believes the Cardinal to be a good and honest man.

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The New App The Porn Industry Doesn't Want You Knowing About!
Last edited 29th May 2015

The Victory app will check in with you morning, noon, and night, to see how you're doing in your battle against impurity.

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How Do You Remain in Jesus? Do What He Did
Last edited 7th May 2015

On Sunday Pope Francis paid a visit to a parish on the southern outskirts of Rome, where he told parishioners that in order to be a good Christian they must always be attached to Jesus, who gives life.

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What will Pope Francis and UN Secretary General, Ban Ki-Moon, talk about?
Last edited 27th April 2015

The Secretary General of the United Nations, Ban-Ki-moon will be in Rome on Tuesday April 28th to meet with Pope Francis. One of the issues that will surely be addressed is immigration. Just in the last few weeks, hundreds of immigrants drowned along the Mediterranean while trying to make their way to Europe. It's estimated that in 2014 alone, roughly 3,500 immigrants from Africa and the Middle East have died along this journey. It's a point Pope Francis has highlighted time and time again.

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