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Pope Francis: Society Must Protect the Most Vulnerable, Including Unborn Babies From Abortion

In Cuba, Pope Francis on Sunday told a group of nuns, priests, bishops and seminarians to protect their “smallest” and most vulnerable members, including unborn children. CNN reports that he also said Jesus shines in the lives of hidden and ignored people, referring to those who suffer from degenerative diseases. Ref. Source 3b

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After a lifetime of watching the world's most affluent and powerful nation from afar, Pope Francis, 78, has landed on U.S. Soil for the first time, arriving at Joint Base Andrews outside Washington from Cuba.

While in Washington, Francis will meet with President Barack Obama and address Congress, in addition to holding Masses and other public events. He'll then head to New York, where he will address the U.N. General Assembly on Friday before traveling to Philadelphia for the weekend. Ref. CNN

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Pope Francis weighed in on deeply divisive issues including climate change, Cuba, marriage and immigration on Wednesday in his first direct address to the American people since landing in the U.S.

The pontiff, speaking before 11,000 ticketed guests at an elaborate welcoming ceremony on South Lawn of the White House, signaled he will take on controversial issues during his six-day visit.

In prepared remarks that were laced more with politics rather than overtly religious messages and scripture, Francis said he was ready to listen to the "hopes and dreams of the American people" And to offer guidance to those charged with guiding the nation's political future "In fidelity to its founding principles." Ref. CNN

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This is a highly controversial visit only because the Obama administration wants to politicize it about issues in the main stream like abortion, gays and celebacy.



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In a historic address to Congress, Pope Francis cited Scripture and the nation's founding ideals to urge the United States not to turn its back on undocumented immigrants, to reject the victimization of religious and ethnic minorities, to overcome income inequality and to save the planet from climate change.

Francis, who is on a six-day U.S. Visit, is the first pope to address a joint meeting of Congress. He was watched not only by a packed chamber of lawmakers but also by thousands of people who gathered outside the Capitol to follow the speech on big screens erected on the National Mall. Ref. CNN

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Pope Francis: Pro-Life Cause is My Primary Reason for Coming to America

As Pope Francis prepares to speak to members of Congress in a historic joint session today, pro-life advocates are encouraged by the words the leader of the Catholic Church imparted yesterday to the nation’s Catholic bishops. Pope Francis said the primary reason for his visit to the United States is standing up for human life. Ref. Source 7i

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In a sweeping address to the U.N. General Assembly, Pope Francis presented himself as a champion of the poor and dispossessed, urging world leaders to adopt concrete solutions to combat war, widespread poverty and economic destruction.

Francis said the selfish pursuit of power and wealth is hurting the environment and the poor.

"A selfish and boundless thirst for power and material prosperity leads both to the misuse of available natural resources and to the exclusion of the weak and disadvantaged," Francis said. Ref. CNN

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Pope Francis completes historic U.S. Visit, departs Philadelphia for return to Rome

Pope Francis has left Philadelphia to return to Rome, bringing an end to a historic six-day visit to the United States that also included stops in Washington, D.C., and New York City. In Washington, Francis urged the U.S. To embrace immigration and combat climate change during the first-ever papal address to a joint session of Congress. At the United Nations in New York, Francis called on world leaders to protect the environment and address poverty. And in Philadelphia he met with victims of sexual abuse by clergy and promised to hold those responsible accountable. Ref. USAToday

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