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Top  Pope Francis I The new Pope, formally known as Cardinal Jorge Bergoglio of Buenos Aires, Argentina
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Top UN Official Looks Away as Pope Francis Says Abortion Violates Human Rights

The highest-ranking U.N. Human rights official, Navi Pillay, looked down and fidgeted as Pope Francis delivered an unambiguous pro-life message to Secretary General Ban Ki-moon and top U.N. Officials. Ref. Source 2

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Pope honors Holocaust, terror victims in Israel

Francis capped his three-day Mideast trip with poignant stops Monday. Ref. Source 8

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Pope Francis: Pets Can't Replace Children

By Dennis Prager

Pope Francis said something so important last week that it will either be widely ignored or widely disparaged.

The pope criticized 'these marriages, in which the spouses do not want children, in which the spouses want to remain without fertility. This culture of well-being "¦ convinced us: It's better not to have children! It's better! You can go explore the world, go on holiday, you can have a villa in the countryside; you can be carefree. It might be better - more comfortable - to have a dog, two cats, and the love goes to the two cats and the dog."

He is right. More than ever before, young men and women in most affluent Western countries (And Russia) have decided not to have children. Instead, many shower love and attention on dogs and cats. Ask many young women - married or single - if they have any children, and if they do not, you are likely to be told, "I have two cats" or "I have two dogs." There are authors whose book jacket photo shows them with their dog or cat. In much of the West, animals are the new children. Ref. Source 5

23rd Jun, 2014 - 2:39pm / Post ID: #

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The pope descends the pope mobile to see a special needs man. The smile of this disabled man is so touching.



24th Jun, 2014 - 3:24am / Post ID: #

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Yes that is the kind of thing he does, he really is a Pope of the people. Even his 'Pope mobile' is different allowing him to come out easily as he did in this video. I like the previous two Popes but Pope Francis is one of kind and he is to me the perfect example of a disciple of Christ :)



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Pope Francis Stops Car to Bless Disabled Woman

Pope Francis has drawn accolades during his first year as the leader of the Catholic Church for his heartfelt desire to support and affirm the dignity of disabled people. In a world where disabled babies are aborted and persons with disabilities face pressure to take their own lives in assisted suicides or are killed in euthanasia, his desire to take time to minister to such people is a tremendous statement about their values as people and their right to life. Ref. Source 1

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Post Date: 25th Jul, 2014 - 3:08pm / Post ID: #

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Pope Francis will visit the United States next year, the Catholic News Service reported today. It will be his first U.S. Visit since becoming Pope in March 2013.

Francis accepted the invitation of Philadelphia Archbishop Charles J. Chaput to attend the World Meeting of Families in Philadelphia September 22-27, 2015, the news service said.

Francis is considering invitations to visit other U.S. Locations -- including New York, the United Nations and Washington -- a Vatican spokesman told the news service. Ref. CNN

Post Date: 20th Aug, 2014 - 12:28am / Post ID: #

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Pope Francis Talks About Health Problems: I Only Have Two or Three Years Left to Live

New reports today indicate Pope Francis, who has been celebrated by the pro-life community for his vocal opposition to abortion combined with a tender touch in support of pregnant women and the disabled, had a frank talk with reporters about his health and said he may not have long to live.

The leader of the Catholic Church spoke candidly about his health with reporters for the first time aboard the plane that carried him back to The Vatican from his visit to South Korea. On the plane during the interview, the Pope talked about his declining health and hinted that he may die in the next two to three years or retire early from his position as Pope Benedict XVI did before him. Ref. Source 6



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