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Cardinal Bertone's inevitable fall from grace?

A 2007 photograph taken in Argentina in 2007 shows two cardinals, Jorge Mario Bergoglio and Tarcisio Bertone, sitting side by side, although their chairs are on different levels. Cardinal Bertone's wooden armchair sits on a dais that puts him a ... CathNews, 1 month ago

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Pope to visit Sri Lanka from 13 to 15 January 2015

(Colombo, Lankapuvath) - Jorge Mario Bergoglio of Argentina was elected Pope, becoming the 266th Pontiff of the Roman Catholic Church. He is also the first non-European Pope in more than 1,200 years and the first member of the Jesuit order to lead ...
 Lankapuvath5 days ago Father Mario Powell, SJ: The making of a Pope Francis Jesuit  Angelus The Tidings Online1 week ago Editorial: A message from Pope Francis  Manila Bulletin3 weeks ago Pope Francis Expresses Opposition On Pot For Recreation  Monsters and Critics1 month ago
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Pope's boyhood home declared historic site

The city council of Buenos Aires voted on Thursday to designate as a Historic Site the home where Jorge Mario Bergoglio now Pope Francis lived during his childhood and adolescence. In their declaration, council members described the pontiff as ...
 Angelus The Tidings Online1 month ago Popes boyhood home declared historic site  Big News Network1 month ago Buenos Aires victims urge Pope to focus on sexual abuse in his home city  GlobalPost1 month ago

What does Francis think of inter-religious dialogue?

As Archbishop of Buenos Aires, then-Cardinal Jorge Bergoglio expressed his 'unhappiness' with Pope Benedict's controversial Regensburg lecture in 2006, writes James L. Fredericks. In the search for clues about Pope Francis's commitment to ...
 CathNews3 weeks ago Francis's Interreligious Friendships  Commonweal3 weeks ago
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Rabbi Avraham Skorka to accompany Pope Francis

Rabbi Avraham Skorka head of the Latin American Rabbinical Seminary of the Conservative Movement in Buenos Aires, and Jorge Mario Bergoglio, now known as Pope Francis have been close friends for
 Big News Network1 month ago Rabbi Skorka: Pope didn't take sides in Mid East conflict  Jerusalem Post1 month ago

AMERICA/ARGENTINA - After 10 years, President Kirchner takes part in the Te Deum for the national holiday

Buenos Aires (Agenzia Fides) - The Archbishop of Buenos Aires, Cardinal Mario Aurelio Poli, presided yesterday, Sunday 25 May, the celebration of the Eucharist and the Te Deum of thanksgiving in the Metropolitan Cathedral, on the occasion of the ...
 Agenzia Fides1 month ago

Headline overload

Simultaneous newsbreaks triggered the headline overload. The antigraft court suspended Sen. Jinggoy Estrada for 90 days at his pork barrel scam trial. Detained Senators Juan Ponce Enrile and Bong Revilla hold their breaths for similar suspensions.
 Philippine Daily Inquirer15 hours ago
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Pope Sends Message to Mark 20th Anniversary of Bombing of Jewish Center

Tells Argentina's Jewish Community: "Terrorism is Lunacy" Vatican City, July 21, 2014 ( ) | 0 hits Pope Francis has called terrorism lunacy and declared that all it does is destroyin a video-message to mark the twentieth anniversary ...
 Zenit19 hours ago Video message: Pope Francis urges justice for victims of AMIA bombing  World Jewish Congress3 days ago It's Pope v. Pope as Argentina and Germany play for World Cup  Boston Globe1 week ago Internet declares World Cup final is a battle between Pope Francis and Pope Emeritus Benedict  Lawyer Herald1 week ago
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FOBs driving the train under Pope Francis

During the Clinton administration, American politics developed a new bit of argot: FOB, meaning friend of Bill, an intimate of the president who enjoyed access to the corridors of power and perhaps helped shape his agenda. Today Catholicism has its ...
 Boston Globe2 days ago
WA Today

Time for the church to catch up to its community

EDITORIAL The Catholic and Anglican churches are moving to further reduce the barriers between the lives of their members and the lives of their clergy. Such movement comes at glacial speed, and much opposition, but the process appears to be ...
 WA Today6 days ago
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