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Pope Francis Highlights Caring For The Sea On Sea Sunday

On Sunday, July 11, Pope Francis took time to remind the faithful about Sea Sunday, a day “dedicated in a special way to all...

CBCP To Elect New President Later This Week

The Catholic bishops of the Philippines will convene virtually this week for the election of their new president and other officials. The CBCP expects close...

Pope Francis Doing Well After Colon Surgery

The surgical operation Pope Francis underwent on Sunday evening is over, announced the director of the Holy See Press Office, Matteo Bruni. “Admitted in the...

New Secretary Strengthens Vatican’s Commitment to Protect Minors

Pope Francis has appointed Fr. Andrew Small of England as the new Secretary of the Pontifical Commission for the Protection of Minors. Fr. Small is...

WHO Grants Permanent Observer Status to Holy See

The Holy See has been accorded a non-Member State Observer status by the World Health Organization (WHO) on Monday, May 31. This serves as...

Pope Declares ‘Global Rosary Marathon’ for End of COVID-19

Pope Francis declared the month of the Blessed Virgin Mary as a time for a "global rosary marathon" for an end to the COVID-19...

Vatican Releases Guidelines for Holy Week 2021

The Vatican has issued on Wednesday, February 17, a new set of guidelines for the observance of Holy Week this year. The amendments were...

Pope’s Angelus Resumes Outdoors as Rome Eases Restrictions

Pope Francis's weekly Angelus address will be moved back to St. Peter's Square starting tomorrow, February 7. The Angelus address, wherein the Pope leads the...

Vatican Begins Mass Vaccination for the Homeless

Twenty-five homeless people have already received their first dose of the COVID-19 vaccine, the Holy See Press Office said on Wednesday, January 20. Matteo Bruni,...

2020 Recap: Five ‘Big Happenings’ for Pope Francis This Year

Ever since he assumed the papacy in 2013, Pope Francis has always made headlines. As the head of the Catholic Church, the Pope has always...

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