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Follow the Pope on Twitter for Lent
Twitter, a way of sharing the nucleus of the Pope’s thoughts

Pope: Facing infertility with care and hope
“The Church pays great attention to the suffering of couples with infertility, she cares for them"

Thirty years later


Pope: Christmas Is More Than an Anniversary
Emphasizes That Christ's Coming Is an Event of Today

The Holy Father´s Week. (Nov/29/2011)
A report on Benedict XVI´s messages and activities

The Holy Father´s Week. (Nov. /23/2011)
A report on Benedict XVI´s messages and activities

The Holy Father´s Week. (Nov/ 14/2011)
A report on Benedict XVI´s messages and activities.

The Holy Father´s Week. (Nov/9/2011)
A report on Benedict XVI´s messages and activities

Among Assisi Participants, a Sense of Deeper Crisis in Modern Society
At Assisi 2011, it seemed clearer than ever that building world peace will require much more than eliminating armed conflict.

The Holy Father´s Week. (Oct/31st/2011)
A report on Benedict XVI´s messages and activities

The Holy Father´s Week. (Oct/25/2011)
A report on Benedict XVI´s messages and activities

Migrations and New Evangelisation
Is the theme chosen by Benedict XVI for his Message for the World Day of Migrants and Refugees 2012

The Holy Father´s Week. (October/17/2011)
A report on Benedict XVI´s messages and activities

The Holy Father´s Week. (Oct/10/2011)
A report on Benedict XVI´s messages and activities

World Mission Sunday 2011
Message of His Holiness Benedict XVI

Pope Reminds Christians to Thank God for Good Things
Pope Benedict XVI reminded Christians to thank God for the good things in life, instead of only bringing problems to him

The Holy Father´s Week. (Oct/2/2011)
A report on Benedict XVI´s messages and activities

The Holy Father´s Week (Sept.26/2011)
A report on Benedict XVI´s messages and activities

It is Necessary to Restore the Premacy of God in the World
Our difficulty lies in the fact that we often confuse freedom with a lack of constraints, with the conviction that we can do everything alone, without God

The Holy Father´s Week (August 29th 2011)
A report on Benedict XVI´s messages and activities

Take the World Youth Day experience back home, says Pope Benedict
Pope Benedict XVI left Spain on the evening of August 21, after giving a challenge to the million-plus young people who came to World Youth Day in Madrid over the past six days.

At closing Mass, Pope tells youth to follow Christ through his Church
Pope Benedict XVI told over a million young pilgrims to World Youth Day that the best way to a personal relationship with Jesus Christ is through the Catholic Church.

Pope braves lightning storm to teach 1 million young pilgrims
In some of the most extraordinary scenes witnessed at any recent Papal event, Pope Benedict XVI braved thunder, lighting and driving rain to tell young people to stay close to Christ as they make their way in life

Pope declares a new Doctor of the Church: St. John of Avila
Pope Benedict XVI has honored the 16th century Spanish priest St. John of Avila by naming him the 34th Doctor of the Catholic Church.

Pope calls upon seminarians to become saints
Pope Benedict XVI has told over 4,500 students for the priesthood that they should spend their years of study becoming saints as well as priests.

Pope offers challenges to young professors, young religious
Pope Benedict XVI's meetings with young religious women and young university professors, held in the same complex, had very different tones.

The Pope's speech: the meaning of the Way of the Cross
The Way of the Cross

Pope Benedict XVI to young people: "Know Christ personally as a friend"
Welcome Ceremony, Barajas Airport, Madrid

Pope at WYD: do not be ashamed of the Lord
This is the message that Pope Benedict XVI has brought to Spain and to the young Catholics of the world

Pope Benedict grants indulgences to those who take part in WYD
Benedict XVI has granted indulgences for those who take part in World Youth Day, and who fulfill the prescribed conditions for the Indulgence


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