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Niger’s Christians try to forgive church attacks

The walls and ceiling are still black from flames at the Saint Gabriel parish church in the capital NiameyRead More...

Israel court blocks separation wall extension

Israeli military claims wall is needed for security but residents have long said that real aim was to link illegal West Bank settlement to Jerusalem district. Israel’s top court ...Read More...

Pope told to give up pasta, take exercise

Pope Francis has apparently gained weight over the past two yearsRead More...

Pope Francis: lunch with Rome priests on Holy Thursday

Vatican City — In what has now become a tradition begun by Pope Francis himself three years ago, the Holy Father shared lunch with a group of priests on ...Read More...

Pope disappointed as “Rotating Charlie” refuses feet wash offer

Pope Francis had offered to wash the feet of blog writers teamRead More...

Pope’s iPad fetches $40,000

Pope Francis had given the iPad to AemiliusRead More...

Vatican observes Earth Hour

St. Peter’s Basilica was among more than 1,400 iconic landmarks that took a stand for stronger climate actionRead More...

Christian footballer kicking down barriers in Pakistan

Her presence in the middle of the field was the culmination of dreams for a single working mother, a passionate young Catholic coach and a veteran footballer-turned-guruRead More...

Muslim family carves chair for Pope Francis

The father-son duo began the work on March 30Read More...

Religious minorities vulnerable amid IS violence: UN chief

United Nations — UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon said on Friday that religious minorities remain highly vulnerable since the Islamic State (IS) affiliated groups are targeting minorities and attacking religious ...Read More...
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