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Pope Francis invites Buddhists, Catholics ‘to cultivate’ together compassion, hospitality

“Our task today is to guide our respective followers to a more vivid sense of the truth that we are all brothers and sisters" - Pope Francis

Pope Francis invites Mongolian Buddhists, Catholics to work together to end...

"Through dialogue at all levels, it is urgent to promote a culture of peace and nonviolence and to work for it,” said Pope Francis

Pope Francis: ‘The Lord is not looking for perfect Christians’

Pope Francis spoke in strong terms against an attitude of righteousness and self-assurance

Pope heads to Catholic Malta with migrant message

Pope Francis is the third pope since 1990 to visit the tiny archipelago, where Saint Paul was said to have shipwrecked in 60 AD

Vatican: Number of Catholics worldwide rose by 16 million in 2020

The Church grew most rapidly in Asia (1.8%) and Africa (2.1%) and most modestly in Europe (0.3%)

Re-reading liturgy in Vatican II: Hard questions from the rough grounds

What has “Sancrosanctum Concilium” got to do with my life, as an ordinary Christian?

Pope Francis asks Catholics to offer their sufferings for Christian unity

The pope called on people to participate in the upcoming Week of Prayer for Christian Unity taking place January 18-25

Should Catholics talk to their dead loved ones?

The Church encourages Catholics to pray for the dead as one of the spiritual works of mercy

Remembering our beloved dead

We always know deep within us that our beloved dead are “umalagad,” our loved ones have always served both in life and in death

Number of Catholics in Asia continues to rise

In Asia, which has 4.5 billion people, Catholics make up just 3.31% of the population, at 149.1 million

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