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Pope Meets with Joseph Kabila, President of the Democratic Republic of the Congo

Last edited 26th September 2016

Pope Francis received the visit of Joseph Kabila, the president of the Democratic Republic of the Congo. He was accompanied by a large entourage. The delegation greeted the pope, who gave the president a copy of his most important documents. During the meeting, the pope tackled the issue of the ongoing conflict between the government and rebel groups. He underlined the importance of putting an end to the violence that is taking the lives of dozens of civilians, especially in the capital, Kinshasa, where 17 people were killed last week (50 according to opposition sources). "Pray for me.”

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US Election: Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton to face off in first US presidential debate

Last edited 26th September 2016

This first of three nationally televised debates will give the candidates a chance to introduce themselves — or re-introduce themselves — to sceptical American voters who will be watching closely for the slightest misstep, awkward gesture or fatal altercation. The moderator has already announced three of the six themes for questions: America's direction, achieving prosperity and securing America.

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Do a Mercy Pilgrimage These School Holidays!

Last edited 21st September 2016

This weekend, kids and teens around Australia will begin their school holidays. This is an opportune time to go on a mercy pilgrimage to top off the Jubilee Year of Mercy!

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Things Lazy Catholics Do

Last edited 14th September 2016

"Things Lazy Catholics Do" is a comedy skit video by the team at "New Catholic Generation".

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Pope's Prayer Intention During the Month of September Asks for a More Human Society

Last edited 7th September 2016

Pope Francis' ninth prayer intentions video has just been released. His prayer intention for the month of September is aimed at a more human society that centers around the common good of a society build with the person at its center: he sees opportunity in the face of danger.

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Here’s What You Can Do When Someone Asks You for Money: 8 Practical Tips

Last edited 7th September 2016

As I stepped out onto the sidewalk, there was a man hurriedly digging around in his pocket. Before I could turn and head down the street, he pulled out a small paper cup, which was crinkled as though it was something he used quite often. He smiled, but not with confidence or eye contact – he stared down at the ground shamefully, said a few words in Italian, and extended the cup towards me. I knew he was asking for money, but I said “No, I’m sorry” and kept walking.

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The Pope Francis Minute: The First Animation of the Life of St. Mother Teresa

Last edited 5th September 2016

Pope Francis has officially declared Mother Teresa as a Saint! In order to commemorate the blessing that her life and holiness has been for the Church, we have produced our newest episode of the Pope Francis Minute.

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What Makes a Saint?

Last edited 5th September 2016

While earthly titles and personal resumes may matter to employers, they do not matter to God. In fact, the only “title” God cares about for us is that we are His son or daughter. Beyond that, the only earthly “title” that would leave heaven applauding would be that of a “saint.” To be clear, the Church doesn’t “make someone” a saint.

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Proclaim 2016 Keynote Sessions (On Demand)

Last edited 6th September 2016

Xt3.com proudly brings you the live webcast of all the plenary sessions of the Proclaim Conference 2016 you can watch them on demand below:

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What is the Meaning Behind the Priest’s Vestments? A Practical Guide

Last edited 29th August 2016

If you have paid attention at Mass or at other liturgies at Church, you will have noted how the priest’s vestments change through the various seasons. It’s possible that you might have asked yourself why the change and what the different colors might mean. Put simply, each piece of clothing and each color has a different meaning and invites us to a deeper understanding of what is going on during the liturgy.

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