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The pope shakes hands with Mary Simon, the governor general of Canada
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Cindy Wooden - Catholic News Service
“The enemy,” or the devil, “wants to paralyze us with grief and remorse, to convince us that nothing else can be done, that it is hopeless to try to find a way to start over,” the pope said.
Pope Francis attends a welcoming ceremony with Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and Mary Simon, governor general of Quebec, at Citadelle de Quebec, the residence of the governor general in Quebec City, July 27, 2022. (CNS photo/Paul Haring)
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Cindy Wooden - Catholic News Service
In a British-built fort on the highest hill in Quebec City, Pope Francis spoke to Canadian government and cultural leaders about the never-ending challenge of multiculturalism.
A man wipes his face with a tissue
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“It was an achievement on the part of the Indigenous community to convince Pope Francis to come to a First Nation community and humble himself before survivors in the way he did,” Phil Fontaine said.
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Cindy Wooden - Catholic News Service
Celebrating the feast day of Jesus’ grandparents, Pope Francis not only urged people to honor their elders, but he asked them to think about what they will hand on to future generations.
A smiling religious sister in habit sits to the left of Pope Francis before a crowd of sisters
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Carol Glatz - Catholic News Service
“The ideal bishop does not exist,” Sister Reungoat said. But he has to be a shepherd who is “close to the people entrusted to him, he has to know how to involve priests, laity and religious, and people of different generations.”
A priest, facing the high altar, elevates the Eucharist.
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Mark Zimmerman - Catholic News Service
Cardinal Wilton D. Gregory of Washington promulgated liturgical norms July 22 for implementing Pope Francis’ apostolic letter “Traditionis Custodes.”