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Claire Giangravé - Religion News ServiceFebruary 07, 2020
The Pontifical University Regina Apostolorum on the outskirts of Rome hosted the prom night, where people with disabilities had their photos taken on the red carpet, enjoyed a pizza-filled buffet and danced the night away with pop songs selected by a DJ.
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Claire Giangravé - Religion News ServiceDecember 26, 2019
Is it appropriate for a priest to accompany a person who had chosen to undergo assisted suicide?
Refugees sponsored by the Vatican and the Sant’Egidio Community hold a banner supporting “Human Corridors” upon their arrival at Fiumicino airport on Dec. 4. (AP Photo/Alessandra Tarantino)
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Claire Giangravé - Religion News ServiceDecember 06, 2019
Since February 2016, Sant’Egidio has been able to bring 3,026 refugees into Europe using humanitarian corridors. Italy, thanks to the commitment of its episcopal conference and Protestant community, has welcomed the majority of the refugees brought in by Sant’Egidio, reaching a total of 2,448, most
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Claire Giangravé - Religion News ServiceNovember 13, 2019
“The marginalization painfully experienced by millions of persons cannot go on for long," wrote Francis.
Pope Francis waves during the Angelus noon prayer he delivers from his studio window overlooking St. Peter's Square at the Vatican on Nov. 3, 2019. (AP Photo/Gregorio Borgia via RNS)
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Claire Giangravé - Religion News ServiceNovember 05, 2019
“There are circles and sectors that present themselves as ilustrados (enlightened) — they sequester the proclamation of the gospel through a distorted reasoning that divides the world between ‘civilized’ and ‘barbaric,'” Francis said. "On this basis, contempt can develop for people considered to be