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Chile bishop resigns after suggesting there is a reason the Last Supper had no women
A Chilean auxiliary bishop appointed by Pope Francis less than a month ago resigned, just weeks after he made controversial comments about the lack of women in attendance at the Last Supper.
Pope denies prior knowledge of expelled US cardinal’s sexual misconduct
Pope Francis denied he knew about sexual misconduct by former US Cardinal Theodore McCarrick before the start of Church investigations that found him guilty.
Vatican aide defies police to restore power to homeless shelter
An aide to Pope Francis shimmied down a Rome manhole in order to restore electricity for hundreds of homeless people living in an unused state-owned building.
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.
Catholic leader warns against nationalism, xenophobia
Pope Francis has warned politicians of the dangers of exploiting nationalism and xenophobia as far right sentiments are on the rise across Western countries
Vatican says Pope Francis defrocked two Chilean bishops over child sex abuse
Pope Francis has defrocked two Chilean bishops who have been found guilty in the South American country's unfolding sexual abuse crisis, the Vatican says.
Pope Francis calls for making efforts to rebuild trust in Syria
Pope Francis called for making concerted international efforts to rebuild trust in Syria in order to enable Syrian refugees to return home.
Pope Francis calls 2017 ‘wasted year of wars, lies, injustice’
In his year-end message, Pope Francis says 2017 was ruined by deadly wars, injustice and other man-made ills which worked to undermine humanity and environment.
Pope seeks peace in Mideast, highlights plight of war-scarred children
Pope Francis on Monday called for peace in Beit-ul-Moqaddas in his traditional Christmas address and highlighted the plight of children scarred by conflict, after urging the world's 1.3 billion Catholics not to ignore migrants.
Pope wraps up Asia trip after 'Rohingya' acknowledgment
Pope Francis is wrapping up his Asian trip with a visit to an orphanage and home for the disabled run by Mother Teresa's order and a meeting with Bangladeshi priests and nuns.
Pope Francis denounces climate change deniers
Pope Francis denounced those who deny global warming and urged negotiators at climate talks in Germany to avoid falling prey to such "perverse attitudes" and instead accelerate efforts to curb greenhouse gas emissions.
Pope Francis condoles with Iran over fatal quake
Pope of the Catholic Church in a message expressed condolences over the deadly earthquake happened on Sunday in western Iran.
Pope Francis suffers minor injury in Colombia (Video)
Pope Francis had a slight mishap on the last leg of his five-day visit to Colombia. He lost his balance while riding through Cartagena in the popemobile.
Pope Francis, Christianity threatened in Daesh video
Daesh terrorist group in the Philippines has released a propaganda video desecrating Christian statues and threatening Pope Francis that they'll come to Rome, as they tear in half photos of him and his predecessor Pope Benedict XVI.
Pope calls for greater commitment to fight human trafficking
Pope Francis is urging the world to show a greater commitment to fighting human trafficking, which he called ‘a form of modern slavery.’

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