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Bishop Simard: Palliative care seeks to accompany people

Palliative care seeks to accompany men and women in the final moments of their life, according to Canadian Bishop Noël Simard, ahead of a Symposium on Palliative Care taking place this week in Toronto.

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Pope to make Apostolic Journey to Luxembourg and Belgium in September

The Holy See Press Office announces that Pope Francis will make an Apostolic Journey to Luxembourg and Belgium on September 26-29.

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A religious sister in theology’s halls of power

For centuries, men have predominantly overseen the academic domain of theology and key committees in the Church, but women have an essential role to play. Sr. M. Isabell Naumann, a Schoenstatt Sister of Mary, shares insights on her journey as a woman in various leadership roles within the Church.

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Pope to Loyola University staff: Be ‘diligent dreamers’

Pope Francis gives an unusual piece of advice to representatives of Loyola University Chicago, urging them to become “diligent dreamers.”

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2 spheres of action of the Holy Spirit in the Church with 2 characteristics explained by the Pope

Pope Francis' homily on the occasion of the Solemnity of Pentecost in St. Peter's Basilica

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What does it mean that the Holy Spirit teaches us what He has heard? Pope Francis explains

Allocution on the occasion of the recitation of the Regina Coeli on Sunday, May 19, 2024

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USA: Pope Francis Sends Cardinal Tagle as Special Envoy to the National Eucharistic Congress

Looking to bring the Catholic Church together for a national celebration of the mystery of the Eucharist in the life of the Church, the bishops of the United States approved the National Eucharistic Congress as a milestone moment in the three-year National Eucharistic Revival with the vision that it would flow into the final year of the Revival, the Year of Missionary Sending.

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Vatican Delegation Visits Vietnam: Diplomatic Relations Further Strengthened

While reaffirming the freedom of the Church to carry out its mission for the good of the whole of society, they noted that the Catholic Community in Viet Nam will continue to be inspired by the Magisterium of the Church regarding the practice of "living the gospel in the world" and being, at the same time, good Christians and good citizens.

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Australia: Archbishop Porteous faces strife over new pastoral letter

In the letter, the archbishop called for a “state override” provision in legislation to ensure that “all Australians have the same consistent legal protection for the expression of their religious belief regardless of the state in which they live.”

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Texas Bishops Release New Guidelines for Sacramental Wine in Correctional Facilities

These guidelines aim to clarify the significance of sacramental wine for non-Catholic correctional staff who may not understand its essential role in the Mass. Jennifer Carr Allmon, the executive director of TCCB, emphasized the need for a unified set of instructions to ensure all parties involved are well-informed about the sacramental requirements.

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