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Kyiv: 'Toddler killed in deliberate Russian strike on Ukrainian city'
Posted on 06/4/2023 07:42 AM ()
Ukraine says a toddler has been killed and 22 injured after a Russian air strike in a residential area of the Ukrainian central city of Dnipro. But there were growing indications Sunday that the war in Ukraine was further escalating beyond its borders, with Russian authorities accusing Kyiv of attacking targets inside Russian territory.
Early investigations into a deadly rail crash in India
Posted on 06/4/2023 06:41 AM ()
Early investigations into a deadly rail crash in India suggest a signalling error may have been to blame for the disaster.
Pope Francis discusses faith, world issues on Italian TV
Posted on 06/4/2023 06:26 AM ()
Pope Francis appears on a weekly religious programme of the RAI, Italy’s public broadcaster, which was recorded on 27 May and broadcast a week later. The Pope offered his thoughts on world challenges and social issues, encouraging all to pray and find strength in their faith.
Pope prays for victims of India train accident, remembers victims of war
Posted on 06/4/2023 04:57 AM ()
On Sunday, Pope Francis remembers the victims of the train accident in India that took the lives of nearly 300 people. He calls for prayers for all suffering in wars, recalling Ukraine, in particular.
Pope at Angelus: The Sign of the Cross makes us feel God's embrace
Posted on 06/4/2023 04:06 AM ()
The sign of the cross reminds us how much God loves us and makes us feel God's constant embrace, Pope Francis reassured during his midday Angelus address Sunday on the Solemnity of the Most Holy Trinity, as he urged faithful to ask themselves whether they witness God-as-love in their lives and communities.
On the threat of ‘lawfare,’ does Pope Francis practice what he preaches?
Posted on 06/4/2023 01:21 AM (CRUX)
We’re called to push beyond set prayers and to converse with God
Posted on 06/4/2023 01:20 AM (CRUX)
Cardinal Herranz publishes his memoirs on Benedict XVI and Francis
Posted on 06/4/2023 00:00 AM ()
Cardinal Julián Herranz publishes his memoirs regarding Benedict XVI and Francis in his new book, "Two Popes," saying "they have inspired me with their virtues and honoured me with their personal friendship." Pope Francis wrote the preface in which he thanks the Cardinal for his service to the Church.
The Lord's Day Reflection: 'The mystery of God as three in one’
Posted on 06/3/2023 13:31 PM ()
As the Church marks the Solemnity of the Most Holy Trinity, Fr Edmund Power, OSB, offers his thoughts on the day’s liturgical readings under the theme: “The mystery of God as three in one”.
Cardinal Marengo: Pope's Mongolia visit an encouragement for Catholics
Posted on 06/3/2023 10:11 AM ()
In an interview with Vatican News, Cardinal Giorgio Marengo, Apostolic Prefect of Ulaanbaatar, expresses his joy at the announcement of Pope Francis' Apostolic Journey to Mongolia, on 31 August - 4 September, calling it a "great encouragement" for the missionaries and faithful of the East Asian nation.