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Pope’s Visit to U.S.

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“The hardest language for me has always been English”- Here’s how Pope Francis will get his message across in the U.S.

“The hardest language for me has always been English”- Here’s how Pope Francis will get his message across in the U.S.

The man who would one day be pope sat alone in his room for hours. The shy Argentine had come to snowy Dublin in January 1980 to live in a bleak one-room apartment. On a sabbatical at the Milltown Institute of Theology and Philosophy, 43-year-old

‘God Bless America!’

‘God Bless America!’

The following is the text of the remarks Pope Francis delivered this morning at the welcoming ceremony on the White House lawn: Mr. President, I am deeply grateful for your welcome in the name of all Americans.  As the son of an immigrant family, I am

Why Junipero Serra Matters Today

Why Junipero Serra Matters Today

Pope Francis could have skipped the controversy, but had very good reasons to canonize the Franciscan. The upcoming canonization of Blessed Junípero Serra in Washington, D.C.—the first ever to take place on American soil—has generated, as I’m sure you know, a good deal of controversy.