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Pope Francis meets drivers of Formula E. The Pontiff also met the Chief Executive of the Formula E series, Alejandro Agag.
Pope Francis blessed llamas in St. Peter's Square on Wednesday during his weekly audience.
The llamas from the South Tyrol region walked with their owners 1,070 kilometres to Vatican City.
While receiving treatment for leukemia, Peter Lombardi saw the Pope on television and said he wanted to meet him.
He'll be visiting Dublin for two days to conclude the international Catholic Church Meeting With Families
Monsignor Dario Vigano blurred a photo of a letter by former Pope Benedict.
The six-day course will see talks from experts on varying subjects on the "existential surroundings of demons".
Some at St. Peter's Square say the Pope may have been sending a message to Donald Trump and other world leaders who have been using the phrase "fake news."
Francis, who has often warned about the effects that climate change has on the poor,
The pontiff's hard-hitting speech may have made uncomfortable listening for his host, President Pedro Pablo Kuczynski
Francis decried the "pressure being exerted by big business interests" seeking petroleum, gas, lumber, and gold
It wasn't all marriages on airplanes. The Pope has caused outrage on his visit to Chile by refusing to condemn Bishop Juan Barros, who stands accused of a cover-up.
Pedro Pablo Kuczynski urged Francis to help bring the country together after a political crisis.
The mid-air ceremony was the first in papal history.
Pope's visit to Chile causes protests.
Pope Francis has called on all nations to support dialogue to ease tensions on the Korean peninsula and to work for a legally-binding ban on nuclear weapons.
"Don't be afraid, feed them, because this too is the language of love," said the Pope.
Pope Francis offered his reflections on 2018 as he celebrated New Year's Day Mass in St. Peter's Basilica and later greeted some 40,000 people in St. Peter's Square.
Pope Francis in his year-end message said 2017 had been marred by "war and lies"