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Entrusting the world to Mary’s intercession, Pope Francis consecrates Ukraine, Russia

https://youtu.be/YFS9W8Z-NDY As Russia's violent month-long invasion continued to devastate Ukraine, Pope Francis laid the fates of both countries at the feet of Mary in the...

Papal consecration of Russia, Ukraine has history of controversy behind it

While bishops in Ukraine and Russia were grateful Pope Francis would consecrate their nations to Mary, other Catholics eagerly awaited the text of the...

Pope Francis on Ukraine: ‘Stop this massacre’

Appealing again for an end to the war in Ukraine, Pope Francis said those who invoke God to promote or justify violence "profane his...

Pray the Rosary for peace in Ukraine

The First Decade: Meditate on the Mystery of the Agony in the Garden Our Father... "My heart is nearly broken with sorrow; stay here and keep...

Putin a ‘modern Herod’, Ukrainian Catholic Bishop of Australia says

Russian President Vladimir Putin is a “modern Herod” whose “thirst for power and hegemony” threatens the Ukrainian state’s “pilgrimage to freedom and dignity from...

Ukraine braces for war

Two priests in Ukraine asked Western church leaders for support, especially in anticipation of a widely expected Russian invasion. “While our TV news shows tanks...

Pope sets January 26 as day of prayer for peace in...

Reading Time: 4 minutesPapal call reflects ‘concern’ amid rising tensions Saying he was worried about Ukraine and how a possible Russian-Ukrainian conflict could spread, Pope Francis proclaimed January 26 as a day of prayer for peace in Ukraine. Responding to a buildup of Russian troops near the Ukrainian-Russian border and the inability of major powers […]
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A lonely voice for peace: Francis steps into a war zone...

Repeating a phrase he used in a video message to the Iraqi people on the eve of his visit, Pope Francis told the civic authorities, "I come as a penitent, asking forgiveness of heaven and my brothers and sisters for so much destruction and cruelty ..."

With 400,000 dead, leaders plead for South Sudan peace

Government officials and members of the South Sudan Opposition Movements Alliance signed a new peace agreement in Rome in January, giving rise to hope that an end to the fighting might be near.

Soldier, Father, Son Review: A pain you can’t amputate

As many may find it convenient to forget, the United States has been waging war in Afghanistan for nearly 19 years. And it is...
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By Lois M Collins Elizabeth Bruenig makes no apologies. Not for her progressive politics, not for her Catholic faith and certainly not for having children...

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