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A hundred years ago Benedict XV denounced the Great War as a “useless massacre”
A century ago, on 3 September 1914, a month after the outbreak of World War One, Giacomo Della Chiesa was elected Pope. He tried to stop the war but in vain

At wedding, pope says spouses make each other better men and women
This is what marriage is all about: man and woman walking together, wherein the husband helps his wife to become ever more a woman, and wherein the woman has the task of helping her husband to become ever more a man. "Here we see the reciprocity of differences."

"Peace is the future" Community of Sant´Egidio International Peace Meeting
For almost 30 years men and women of different religions gathered in the spirit of Assisi in a particular city to dialogue, to face the challenges of our time in order to find the way of living together peacefully

When Babies Become Commodities
The New Eugenics

Pope Francis meets with soccer legend...again!
Once again, Pope Francis met with Argentinian soccer legend, Maradona.

Pro-Life Think Tank Sounds Warning Over New EU Commission President
European Dignity Watch Says Jean-Claude Juncker Intends to Extend EU Powers Over Fundamental Rights

Catholic legislators urged ‘to be leaven in the world’
Cardinal Pietro Parolin, who heads the Vatican’s Secretariat of State, shared a message on Friday with participants of the fifth annual conference of the International Catholic Legislators Network.

Father Cantalamessa Speaks of His Book on St. Francis
Capuchin Father Raniero Cantalamessa, preacher of the pontifical household, is releasing a book titled "In Love With Christ," in which he reflects on the real St. Francis.

II Catholic Social Days for Europe
This major event which we call the Social Days, taking place this year in Madrid between 18 and 21 September, is being jointly organised by the two organisations of Europe’s Catholic Bishops, CCEE and COMECE

Pope: Is your faith like a rock or like sand?
St. Peter's Square was full of pilgrims as the Pope led the Angelus on Sunday afternoon.

Pope's Homily at Mass for Peace and Reconciliation
"Jesus asks us to believe that forgiveness is the door which leads to reconciliation"

Apostolic Journey to the Republic of Korea . August . 13-18
The motto for the papal trip is "Asian Youth! Wake up! The glory of the martyrs shines upon you

Pope traveled to Brazil one year ago!
It was the Pope's first international trip and the eyes of the world were on him.

US Bishops Urge Administration to Seek Israel-Hamas Ceasefire
Lament 'Recipe for Recurring Violence'

Presentation of the World Youth Day 2016 Logo
In a press conference held this morning the metropolitan archbishop of Krakow, Cardinal Stanislaw Dziwisz, presented the logo and official prayer for the 31st World Youth Day.

U.S. Supreme Court Rules in Favour of Hobby Lobby
In 5-4 Decision, Court Says Family Businesses May Claim Religious Exemption from Mandate on Contraception Coverage

Best images of Pope Francis' trip to the Holy Land
During his three-day trip to the Holy Land, Pope Francis lived and was at the center of historical moments.

Pope in Bethlehem Calls on World to Stop Children's SufferingAsks
If We Are Like Mary, Ready to Welcome Children, or Herod, Determined to Eliminate Them

Pontifical Commission for the Protection of Minors concludes first meeting
The members of the Pontifical Commission for the Protection of Minors held their inaugural meeting

John XXIII and the Real Second Vatican Council
The pope who convened the council intended that it should guide the Church in engaging the modern world, while safeguarding the Church's unchanging deposit of faith.

John Paul II and John XXIII, future saints with lots of character and humor
The countdown is on for one of the most awaited moments in the modern history of the Church: the canonization of two Popes, John Paul II and John XXIII

Thousands Joining the Church in the U.S. This Saturday
Archdiocese of Washington Has Largest Number in Its History

Catholic Church Highlights the Human Side of Immigration Reform
From a Mass at the U.S.-Mexican border to a papal visit with the president, Church officials are stepping up their efforts to bring about changes to immigration policy consistent with Catholic teaching

Catholic Church Highlights the Human Side of Immigration Reform
From a Mass at the U.S.-Mexican border to a papal visit with the president, Church officials are stepping up their efforts to bring about changes to immigration policy consistent with Catholic teaching

Police recover stolen JPII relic, bishop forgives thieves
"I think John Paul has forgiven them. I think we have to do the same," Auxiliary Bishop Giovanni D’Ercole of L'Aquila

Press release of the Sala Stampa of the Holy See regarding the report of the UN Committee on the Rights of the Child
Holy See Press Bulletin February 2, 2014

UN committee presses Vatican on child abuse
The U.N. Committee on the Rights of the Child condemned the Holy See, alleging that the Vatican doesn't protect children by implementing all the policies of the U.N. Convention of the Rights of the Child, while asked at the same time to the church "to review its position on abortion"

Relic of John Paul II's blood stolen from Italian church
Thieves stole the relic and a small simple cross from the Church of San Pietro della Ienca in the mountainous region of Abruzzo

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