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Pope Francis: God works in mysterious ways – trust him

June 17, 2018 | posted by Catholic News Agency

On Sunday Pope Francis compared the action of grace to the growth of seeds planted in a garden, saying God often works in ways that are both unknown and surprising, but which always bring fruit, and because of this it is important to always trust and never lose faith.

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Pope says abortion of sick, disabled children reflects Nazi mentality

June 16, 2018 | posted by Catholic News Agency

In a speech to a family association Saturday, Pope Francis again stressed that God's vision of the family is between a man and a woman, and compared the abortion of children who are sick or disabled to a Nazi mentality.

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Pope: Migrants should be protected, especially children and families

June 15, 2018 | posted by Catholic News Agency

In a message to a gathering of Mexican politicians and diplomats from the Holy See, Pope Francis said the fundamental rights and dignity of migrants must be protected, and “particular concern must be shown for migrant children and their families.”

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U.S. bishops hear updates on V National Encuentro, Share the Journey Campaign, Synod on Young People

June 14, 2018 | posted by United States Conference of Catholic Bishops

The U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops (USCCB), gathering June 13-14 in Fort Lauderdale, for their annual Spring General Assembly heard reports June 13 on a variety of topics including updates on the V National Encuentro of Hispanic/Latino Ministry and the Share the Journey campaign.

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