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Pope Francis holds historic public mass in UAE
Pope Francis held a historic public mass for an estimated 170,000 Catholics at a stadium in the capital of the United Arab Emirates on Tuesday, capping the first ever papal visit to the Persian Gulf where Islam was born. The pontiff waved at the enthusiastic crowd carrying yellow Vatican flags and banners as he rode in an open-top Popemobile into Zayed Sports City Stadium, where an altar with a large cross was set up for the unprecedented open-air service.
Pope condemns Yemen war ahead of historic Persian Gulf visit
Pope Francis became the first pontiff to visit the Arabian Peninsula on Sunday, just hours after issuing his strongest condemnation yet of the war in Yemen, where his host the United Arab Emirates has a leading military role.
Pope defends migrants, marginalized, at Panama meeting with young
Pope Francis railed on Friday against the marginalization of convicts and others who society has deemed ‘sinners’, and staunchly defended migrants as he joined hundreds of thousands of young Catholics in Panama.
Pope warns of resurgent nationalism, urges help for migrants
Pope Francis warned on Monday against a resurgence of nationalist and populist movements and criticized countries that try to solve the migration crisis with unilateral or isolationist actions.
Pope urges EU leaders to show solidarity with refuges off Malta
Pope Francis on Sunday urged EU leaders to show "concrete solidarity" with 49 refugees stranded on NGO ships off the coast of Malta who have been refused permission to land.
Pope enters fray over migrant ships, appeals for safe ports
Pope Francis urged European leaders on Sunday to stop bickering over the fate of 49 migrants stuck aboard two humanitarian rescue ships on the Mediterranean and to give them a safe port of call.
Pope Francis criticizes US bishops on sex abuse crisis
Pope Francis has criticized US Catholic bishops for their approach to the sexual abuse crisis, saying the scandal has destroyed the Catholic Church’s credibility.
Pope bemoans disjointed world, praises unity over diversity
Pope Francis, in his first message of the new year on Tuesday, bemoaned a lack of unity across the world, and warned against a soulless hunt for profit that benefits only a few.
Pope: See differences as asset, not danger
Pope Francis, in his Christmas message to the world, urged people on Tuesday to see differences as a source of richness instead of danger and called for reconciliation in places torn apart by conflict.
Pope gives Rome homeless Christmas gift of new clinic in Vatican
Pope Francis has given the homeless a Christmas gift of a new clinic in St. Peter’s Square where they can get free medical help, the Vatican said on Saturday, announcing his latest move to help Rome’s destitute.
Pope accepts resignation of Washington archbishop in sex abuse crisis
Pope Francis has accepted the resignation of Cardinal Donald Wuerl as archbishop of Washington, D.C., the Vatican said on Friday, making him one of the most senior Catholic figures to step down in a worldwide sexual abuse crisis.
Kim Jong-un sends invitation to Pope to visit North Korea
North Korean leader Kim Jong-un has officially invited Pope Francis to pay a visit to the Asian country, South Korea's presidential office says.
Pope expels Chilean priest over child sex abuse
Pope Francis on expelled a Chilean priest under investigation in a case involving the sexual abuse of children, according to a report by local media, amid a growing global abuse scandal that has shaken the Roman Catholic Church.
Pope meets with US church leaders over clergy sex abuse
Pope Francis was set to host US bishops and cardinals on Thursday to discuss the Vatican's response to a new wave of devastating claims of sexual abuse by clergy.
Pope shamed by Church's abuse failures
Pope Francis has said he is ashamed of the Catholic Church's failure to adequately address the "repellent crimes" of sex abuse by clergy.

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