The prefect for the Dicastery for Promoting Integral Human Development speaks on how the Holy See collaborates with secular organizations while promoting the Gospel.
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Pointing to the story of Jesus Christ’s healing of the lepers in the Gospel of St. Luke, Cardinal Turkson noted that “when Christ brings healing to the man with leprosy in the Gospel, he applies the salve of human dignity in addition to the physical remedy.”
In his letter, Fr. Ciceri noted that when the port ministry was founded in Glasgow, Scotland, in 1920, the organization was named Apostleship of the Sea as it was inspired by the Apostleship of Prayer, a global association that began in France in 1844.
The prefect of the Vatican’s the Dicastery for the Promotion of Integral Human Development said that the challenges in the Amazon are similar to challenges faced in other parts of the world.
‘Thank God for Mother Teresa and for the example she's giving to all of us,’ the cardinal said Sept. 1.
Dialogue between the Vatican and al-Ahzar, one of Sunni Islam’s most prestigious institutions, has been broken for several years, but the Holy Father wants to revive it.
But some Catholic analysts maintain the Church’s strong stance at the climate conference in Paris is flawed in some respects.
More than 1,000 people took part in the Aug. 8 march in Ghana’s capital of Accra.