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The Holy Father met the Grenadiers of Sardinia Brigade, part of the Italian army, and their families as they concluded a one-year station in Italy’s capital city as part of Operation Safe Streets.
Five U.S. humanities professors have written to the Jesuit university asking for the doctoral degrees of Bishop Robson and a second alleged plagiarist to be withdrawn, and the book forms of the dissertations pulled from publication.
This initiative of the Diocese of Rome results from the Pope’s desire to enhance the cultural heritage entrusted to his protection.
Veteran Rome journalist Joan Lewis said Sunday that security concerns stemmed from demonstrations going on in the streets of Rome Saturday.
“I am particularly thankful because the Immaculate Conception is also the Patroness of the Church in the United States of America,” Cardinal Gregory said on Sept. 27.
Eight different testimonies reveal how Pius XII asked at least 49 convents to hide and house Jews, and declared those convents to be extraterritorial areas under the authority of the Vatican, Oversteyns found.
The Center for Child Protection (CCP) was started in 2012 to provide internet-based training to Catholics anywhere in the world on the protection of children from sexual abuse.
When he greeted Bruck, Pope Francis said, “I came here to thank you for your testimony and to pay tribute to the people martyred in the madness of Nazi populism.”