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Mexico may be the most dangerous country in the world for priests

Mexico City, Mexico, Sep 28, 2016 / 06:08 am (CNA/EWTN News).- With 15 priests killed in the last four years, Mexico is the most dangerous country to exercise priestly ministry in the entire world, Father Hugo Valdemar, spokesman for the Archdiocese of Mexico, said recently. 321 more words

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Pope Francis: Entrust yourself to the Archangels

The archangel Gabriel speaks to the Virgin Mary. – ANSA

28/09/2016 15:51

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(Vatican Radio) Pope Francis on Wednesday 83 more words
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Jesuits to elect new Superior General

27/09/2016 20:04SHARE:
(Vatican Radio) The Society of Jesus is to hold the first plenary session of its 36th General Congregation at the Jesuit Curia in Rome on October 3rd. 718 more words

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Details of Pope Francis' pastoral visit to Georgia and Azerbaijan from September 30th to October 2nd

26/09/2016 15:57SHARE:
(Vatican Radio) At a briefing for journalists at the Holy See press office on Monday, Vatican spokesman Greg Burke gave details of Pope Francis’ forthcoming three day visit to the republics of Georgia and Azerbaijan. 371 more words

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Leading US exorcists explain huge increase in demand for the Rite - and priests to carry them out

Leading US exorcists explain huge increase in demand for the Rite – and priests to carry them out

26 SEPTEMBER 2016 • 4:55AM
In the US, over the past ten years, the number of official priest exorcists has more than quadrupled from twelve to fifty. 3,008 more words

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Gaza VI. The Manifesto

 Our project undertakes the daunting task of designing a house for 1.700.000 people; a habitat that can perform as self-dependably as possible via developing a mega form-infrastructure that fuses together architecture and agriculture into a productive form of habitation. 466 more words

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Pope Francis to Catechists: never tire of witnessing to Resurrection

Pope Francis blesses a family as he leads a mass for the Jubilee of catechists at St. Peter’s Square at the Vatican September 25, 2016 – REUTERS… 396 more words

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