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Experts reflect on family migration ahead of International Family Day

Experts from the Strategic Alliance of Catholic Research Universities (SACRU) share their academic reflections on family migration in view of the International Day of Families to be celebrated on Sunday.

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Parolin expresses closeness to Cardinal Zen and desire to dialogue with China

Cardinal Secretary of State Pietro Parolin, speaking on the sidelines of an event on Pope John Paul I, comments on the arrest and release on bail of Cardinal Zen in Hong Kong. He also speaks about the war in Ukraine ahead of Archbishop Paul Richard Gallagher’s mission to Kyiv, and reiterates the Holy See’s willingness to do everything for peace.

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Pope to Anglican-Catholic Dialogue Commission: 'Unity prevails over conflict'

Pope Francis encourages the Anglican Communion to contribute to the Catholic Church’s synodal process, and looks ahead to his “pilgrimage of peace” to South Sudan in July in the company of the Archbishop of Canterbury and the Moderator of the Church of Scotland.

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Pope: ‘John Paul I showed Church shines with God’s light’

Pope Francis sends a message to participants in a conference on the legacy of Pope John Paul I, saying his predecessor still offers a path to solving the challenges facing the Church today.

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Pope discusses synodal process with professors from Americas

Pope Francis meets with a group of university professors from across the American continents, and Dr. Peter Jones of Loyola University Chicago talks to Vatican News about the encounter and how the Pope's support will help promote synodality in universities.

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Pope to Aviators: ‘May the skies always only be skies of peace’

Pope Francis addresses members of the Italian Civil Aviation Authority thanking them for their service to bring peoples together and expressing pain for the fact that aviation is being used as an instrument of destruction in the current war in Ukraine.

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Pope: ‘Family life and love help moral theology interpret faith’

Pope Francis meets with participants in an International Conference on Moral Theology, and urges theologians to help turn the experience of family life and joy into an opportunity to enrich their field of study and the wider Church.

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Pope Francis to visit Canada in July

Pope Francis will be traveling to Canada from 24 – 30 July, and will visit the cities of Edmonton, Québec and Iqaluit.

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Archbishop Gallagher: Ukraine has right to defend itself but beware arms race

Ahead of his visit to the Ukrainian capital of Kyiv next week, Archbishop Paul Richard Gallagher, the Vatican’s Secretary for Relations with States, grants an interview to the Italian TV station TG2, and says the Holy See always leaves room for dialogue to achieve peace.

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Diocese of Hong Kong extremely concerned about safety of Cardinal Zen

Cardinal Joseph Zen was arrested by Chinese authorities on charges of "colluding with foreign forces", and later released on bail, in connection with his role as administrator of a fund supporting pro-democracy protesters by covering legal and medical expenses.

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