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A panel advising Pope Francis on child protection has called on the Vatican to react "directly and compassionately" to letters from victims of clerical sex abuse, reviving an issue that unleashed a storm just weeks ago. The Pontifical Commission on the Protection of Minors made the recommendation after a weekend meeting. Show More Summary
VATICAN CITY (Reuters) - Pope Francis told Europe's leaders on Friday the continent faced a "vacuum of values" as they marked the EU's 60th birthday, condemning anti-immigrant populism and extremism that he said posed a mortal threat to the bloc.
The two young siblings who Catholics believe saw a vision of the Madonna six times in the Portuguese village of Fatima in 1917 will be made saints, the Vatican said Thursday, per Reuters. Francisco and Jacinta Marto, along with their cousin Lucia Dos Santos, said they received three messages or...
Mathias Enard’s first novel published in English, “Zone” (2010), takes the form of a 500-page-long sentence, the internal monologue of a French Croatian spy on a train to the Vatican to sell a trove of secrets. His second, “Street of Thieves” (2014), is told from the point of view of a young Moroccan...
Vatican City Hailmarys by Dansmash Vatican City has failed to produce a successful sports team because their players are always too humble and reverent to keep their head in the game. They're always either looking up to God or down at...Show More Summary
Many conservatives in America and around the world are at odds with Pope Francis’ Leftist politics. It appears his predecessor,... The post EXPLOSIVE REPORT From The Vatican: Pope Francis And Benedict “Never Talk To One Another” appeared first on The Gateway Pundit.
VATICAN CITY (Reuters) - Pope Francis will makes saints of two of the three Portuguese shepherd children believed to have seen a vision of the Madonna 100 years ago at Fatima, the Vatican said on Thursday.
Mountain Butorac, the godfather of three-year-old Estella Westrick, took his goddaughter to a Papal Audience service to see Pope Francis earlier this week at the Vatican in Rome. When Estella got a chance to actually meet the Pope, she took the hat right off of his head while he was giving her a kiss on […]
Many visitors to Vatican City try to catch a glimpse of the pope. But an American girl visiting from Georgia Wednesday stole a kiss from Pope Francis and his skullcap. Seth Doane reports from Rome, where he spoke with the girl about her true intentions.
Luckily for little Estella Westrick, Pope Francis is known as the forgiving type. Us Magazine reports a Vatican official lifted the 3-year-old girl up so the Pope could kiss her cheek Wednesday, and she took the opportunity to steal his hat. "It was hilarious," Estrella's godfather, Mountain Butorac, tells CNN...
It took a split second for him to realize what happened.
This child is goals! We want to be this fearless! A three-year-old, who will definitely go far in life with that go-getter attitude, stole Pope Francis' hat during a visit to the Vatican Tuesday. AMAZE! Related: Soccer Player Accidentally Thanks Wife AND GF The little girl, named Estella, was visiting Vatican City with her godfather Mountain Butorac, an American [...]
The Pope, exposed by a 3-year-old girl!!! The video is hilarious... Estella Westrick was in St. Peter's Square in the Vatican City when she was lucky enough to meet Pope Francis, and she clearly wanted a souvenir... so she grabbed his hat.…
Blessed be this adorable little girl who tried to swipe Pope Francis’ skullcap. Estella, 3, was being held up to meet the pontiff at the Vatican on Wednesday morning when she cheekily swiped the white cap straight from his head. “WeShow More Summary
VATICAN CITY (AP) — Pope Francis on Monday begged forgiveness for the "sins and failings of the church and its members" during Rwanda's 1994 genocide as the Holy See sought to open a new phase in relations nearly a quarter-century after the slaughter.
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By Crispian Balmer VATICAN CITY (Reuters) - Pope Francis asked for forgiveness on Monday for the "sins and failings of the Church" during Rwanda's 1994 genocide, saying he hoped his apology would help heal the African state's wounds....Show More Summary
Pope Francis met with Rwandan President Paul Kagame at the Vatican on Monday.