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Cardinal Zuppi heading to Beijing to discuss peace efforts in Ukraine

Pope Francis has asked the Italian cardinal to serve as a papal envoy to “initiate paths of peace” between Russia and Ukraine

New ‘kind’ of doctrinal chief at Vatican

Arguably, one can say that the portfolio of the Secretary of State is equally important -if not more, as he is a kind of Vatican’s Prime Minister

Statue of Korea’s patron saint to be permanently installed at St....

There are currently more than 5 million Catholics in South Korea, making up about 11.3% of the country’s total population

Catholics in Vietnam ask Pope Francis to visit their country next

Unlike Mongolia, which has one of the smallest Catholic populations in the world, Vietnam is home to millions of Catholics

Pope Francis: Don’t overlook goodness because of scandal

He urged people to look “toward the light of the good” and to fight the tendency to only appreciate others who share our ideas

Mother Teresa: Epitomized the complete teacher

Today, a teacher is no longer an "educator" in the complete sense of the word – tasked with innumerable administrative responsibilities

Pope Francis gives a glimpse into Vatican-China deal on appointment of...

The Vatican’s diplomatic relationship with China was a topic of focus during the pope’s four-day trip to Mongolia

Pope Francis underscores role of volunteerism in societal growth

Pope Francis measured a nation's true progress not by economic wealth or military power but “by its ability to provide" social services

Pope Francis calls for spiritual harmony amid technological progress and global...

The pontiff stressed the role of religions in promoting compassion, empathy, and responsibility toward the planet and its inhabitants.

Pope Francis at Mongolia charity: ‘Only love can overcome selfishness’

Pope’s visit to the House of Mercy, a new charity in the Bayangol district of Ulaanbaatar, was his final stop in a four-day visit to Mongolia.

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