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Media Pope Francis

Pope asks broadcasters to share the truth, not spread ideology

Media outlets have a responsibility to share the truth, not spread ideologies, Pope Francis said at the weekend. Source: Catholic Review.

Holy Week Pope Francis

Pope makes brief remarks but skips Palm Sunday homily

Only Jesus can deliver humanity from hatred and violence, Pope Francis said on Palm Sunday yesterday. Source: OSV News.

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Pope urges people at general audience to pray for peace

“War is always a defeat,” Pope Francis said yesterday, urging people at his general audience to pray that leaders in war-torn nations would have the courage to negotiate for peace. Source: CNS.

Pope Francis Vocations

Pope calls on Christians to become ‘pilgrims of hope, builders of peace’

Though the global situation risks plunging people into pessimism, Christians are called to pursue their vocation of becoming “men and women of hope”, Pope Francis said in his message for World Day of Prayer for Vocations. Source: OSV News.

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Late night host narrates Pope Francis’ new audiobook memoir

The Catholic late-night talk show host and comedian Stephen Colbert is one of the narrators for the English audiobook version of Pope Francis’ autobiography, which came out overnight. Source: CNA.

Health Pope Francis

Medical advances must be at service of those most in need: Pope 

Cutting-edge science and medical research cannot benefit only the privileged few but must be placed at the service of those most in need, Pope Francis said on Saturday. Source: NCR Online.

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God’s glory found in loving and forgiving others: Pope 

God’s glory and true happiness are not found in success, fame, or popularity but in loving and forgiving others, Pope Francis said yesterday. Source: CNA.

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Pope Francis says he has no plans to resign

Pope Francis says he has no plans to resign and isn’t suffering from any health problems that would require doing so, saying in a new memoir he still has “many projects to bring to fruition”. Source: NCR Online.

Pope Francis Ukraine

Anger over Pope’s ‘white flag’ remarks on Ukraine

The director of the Holy See Press Office has intervened to clarify the Pope’s controversial remarks on Ukraine after he was strongly criticised for suggesting Ukraine should raise the “white flag” and negotiate with Russia. Source: The Tablet.