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Called the Sacred Roman and Universal Inquisition when it was instituted in 1542, the congregation was initially a tribunal exclusively for cases of heresy and schism.
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The Catholic physician and researcher Jerome Lejeune devoted his life to protecting unborn children with Down syndrome from so-called “therapeutic abortion.”
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Fabrizio Soccorsi, Pope Francis’ personal doctor, died Jan. 9 of complications caused by Covid-19.
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Pope Francis pledged Vatican City State would achieve net-zero carbon emissions before the year 2050 and urged everyone in the world to be part of a new culture.
Two grandparents, an older white woman and white man with grey hair, sit behind a glass or plastic screen, touching hands with two of their grandchildren, a boy and a girl, who from their profile are also light-skinned.
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One present young people should ask for this Christmas is words of wisdom from older people they know.
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Pope Francis said the two key phrases for the Advent season were God's closeness and people's vigilance against indifference and mediocrity
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There is no better way to pray than like Mary, who opened her heart to God with humility and trust, Pope Francis said.
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As Covid-19-related deaths in Italy reached their highest daily level since early May, the Vatican decided it will once again close its museums to the public.
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The Vatican and the Chinese government will extend an agreement signed in 2018 regarding the appointment of bishops.
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Cardinal Parolin: Every pope, from St. Paul VI to Pope Francis, has tried to resolve what Pope Benedict described as a difficult situation in China.