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Friday, March 8, 2024

Like a grandfather talking to his grandchildren

Pope explains the long list of symptoms that reveal a person’s succumbing to the vice of pride


General Audience of the Pope, March 6, 2024 on Pride

Nearly 70,000 people flee Islamist horror in northern Mozambique


The population is particularly fleeing the violence of the jihadist fighters of the group “Ansar al-Sunna”, also called “Ahlu Sunna Wal Jammah”, which is linked to the Islamic State and also known as Shabaab

Donate 5 million euros to emblematic Parisian church: and here are the reasons why


Despite their modest life, Daout decided to bequeath this substantial sum to a place that held special meaning for her and her husband. Childless and after living her final days in a nursing home in the Marais, Daout passed away in 2020 after suffering a stroke during the lockdown period of the previous pandemic.

Like a grandfather talking to his grandchildren: the Pope’s letter with simple advice to all the world’s children


Pope’s Message for the first World Children’s Day

Study indicates transgender drugs and surgeries don’t alleviate mental health issues in adolescents


The research disputes the assertion by certain lawmakers and transgender activists that puberty-blocking drugs and gender reassignment surgeries are “life-saving medicine.”

Proximity and compassion: the style for accompanying victims of abuse pointed out by the Pope


Pope’s Address to Members of the Pontifical Commission for the Protection of Minors

Andrea Boccelli, a great “feminist” film (on International Women’s Day) and a fascinating trailer not to be missed


Cabrini embarks on a bold mission to persuade the hostile mayor to secure housing and medical care for the most vulnerable in society. The film tells the inspiring true story of this woman who, moreover, is real: indeed, the Catholic Church canonized her.

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