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In his remarks, the Holy Father reflected on refugees, the ordination of women, ecumenism, the crisis in Venezuela, secularization, human trafficking, and his possible upcoming international trips.
Ahead of Pope Francis’ visit to Sweden, Father Johan Linden shares his expectations and provides the Register with an inside look at the small yet vibrant local Church.
In Oct. 1 meeting in Georgia, Pope Francis stopped to greet and bless many people individually. Young people with disabilities also gave a performance for the Pope.
During his second day in Georgia, the Holy Father blasts gender theory as the ‘great enemy’ of marriage. He also said mothers and grandmothers are key to passing on the faith and helping young people discern vocations.
NEWS ANALYSIS: With this week’s trip and a second one to neighboring Azerbaijan and Georgia in September, the Pope will visit a Caucasus region that’s considered a dangerous regional flashpoint.
On April 16, the Holy Father spoke about the refugee crisis, as well as the global family crisis. He also said his greeting to U.S. Sen. Bernie Sanders in no way represented an intention of ‘getting mixed up in politics.’
Speaking today to the bishops, the Holy Father also encouraged the country’s clergy to overcome challenges through perseverance and unity
The Holy Father spoke to the nation’s bishops assembled in Mexico City's cathedral.