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John XXIII: eight achievements of a revolutionary pontificate (Video)
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'St. John Paul II Hospital'
A new maternity hospital in Kenya may be the first in the world to be named after the soon-to-be-canonized Pope John Paul II. The St. John Paul II hospital, in the Kenyan town of Isiolo, serves rural women and children and has been operating for the past year. Professor Robert Walley of MaterCare International ...

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Over 90 World Delegations to Attend Canonization
Over 90 official delegations from various countries plus 24 heads of state or royalty will be attending the canonization Mass on Sunday, Vatican spokesman Father Federico Lombardi told reporters today. Some will also be taking part in a series of prayer vigils being held in at least 11 churches located in the cen...

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Interreligious Dialogue a Central Theme of Albanian Prime Minister's Visit With Pope
The prime minister of Albania, Edi Rama, visited Pope Francis today in the Vatican. The prime minister then went on to meet with Cardinal Secretary of State Pietro Parolin, accompanied by Archbishop Dominique Mamberti, secretary for Relations with States. "During the cordial discussions, the Parties remarked up...

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The traveling Pope: 104 international trips to 129 countries (Video)
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Vatican Spokesmen Urge Caution Over Pope's Phone Call Reports
Various news sources are reporting that Pope Francis has told an Argentine woman who has been civilly married to a divorced man for 19 years that she can receive Holy Communion. Allegedly, Jaqui Lisbona of Saint Lawrence, Argentina, had written a letter to the Holy Father after her pastor denied her from receivin...

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Vatican Statement on Pope's Phone Call to Woman in Argentina
Vatican Press Office Director Father Federico Lombardi issued the following statement this morning concerning Pope Francis' recent telephone call to a woman in Argentina who some press reports said was divorced and remarried. The reports suggested the Holy Father told her she could receive Holy Communion. *** S...

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Healed Woman, Witness Recount Miracles Leading to Sunday's Canonizations
The subject of a miracle attributed to the intercession of Blessed John Paul II, and the witness of a miracle attributed to the intercession of John XXIII, gave their testimonies today at the Vatican. John XXIII: Daughter of Charity Sister Adele Labianca, director of the Umberto I di Fasano Hospital in Brindisi...

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Vatican Invites Buddhists to Walk Together in 'Fostering Fraternity'
An annual message to Buddhists from the Vatican's interreligious dialogue council reminds this year that "each one of us is called to be an artisan of peace." Cardinal Jean-Louis Tauran and Father Miguel Angel Ayuso Guixot, respectively president and secretary of the Pontifical Council for Interreligious Dialogue...

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John XXIII: A Man of Great Dialogue
Journalists in Rome covering Sunday’s canonizations received a briefing yesterday afternoon on the life and papacy of Blessed John XXIII - the Pope who convened the Second Vatican Council. Offering their perspectives were John XXIII scholar Bishop Battista Angelo Pansa, and the Pope’s personal valet, Guido Gusso....

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