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Thursday, January 12, 2023

The Three Gifts That The Magi Received from God

Rome: Pope Francis Puts His Own Diocese in Order

Jorge Enrique Mújica

In the text of the Constitution with which the Pope Francis intervenes in his own diocese, he points out some more serious and urgent commitments that await the Church in Rome and that call for the pastoral action of the Vicariate.

Three Places to Encounter Jesus: Pope’s Homily on the Day of the Wise Men

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Pope Francis’ homily on the Solemnity of the Epiphany of the Lord 2023.

The Three Gifts That The Magi Received from God

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Pope Francis’ Address during the Angelus on Friday, January 6, 2023.

Pope’s Courageous Address to Diplomats on Abortion, Religious Freedom, Ideological Colonization, Women’s Equality, etc.

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The Holy Father’s address to the Diplomatic Corps accredited to the Holy See during the meeting at the start of the year 2023: the four pillars that regulate relations between individuals and communities

Pope Francis Stresses That “It Is Not Acceptable That The Decision About Someone’s Life and Future Be Entrusted to An Algorithm”

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Address to the participants in the “Rome Call” meeting organized by the Pontifical Academy for Life.

Cardinal George Pell Dies in Rome

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He died on Tuesday night, January 10, of heart complications.

From the Vatican, the three Abrahamic religions call for algorethics: ethical development of artificial intelligence

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“We must ensure that AI remains a tool created by humanity for humanity,” said Brad Smith, Vice Chair and President of Microsoft.

Pope Francis Explains Why Jesus Was Baptized and What Justice Has to Do with It?

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The Holy Father’s address during the Angelus on Sunday, January 8, 2023.

20% of the Congressmen of the New U .S. Congress Are Catholics

Jorge Enrique Mújica

The largest group of Christians in the 118th Congress are Catholics, who number 148. Nevertheless, there are 10 fewer congressmen than in the 117th Legislature. Thus Catholics represent 28% of the members of Congress, although in the United States only 21% of the population is Catholic.

Joe Biden Goes to the Vatican’s Nunciature in the US to Express Condolences on Benedict XVI’s Death

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Biden claimed that Benedict XVI had “a more conservative view” on Catholicism.

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