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Pope Francis has launched a new app called 'Click to Pray' - he made the announcement during his traditional Sunday address in St Peter's Square.
The Vatican has launched its official track team composed of priests, nuns and Swiss guards.
Pope Francis impressed everyone on Wednesday (January 2) with his basketball twirling skills, helped by a group of Cuban circus performers who joined him at his weekly general audience in the Vatican.
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The Argentinian pontiff was speaking about how parents shouldn’t reject sick children when he made the comments on Wednesday.
The Vatican says it has reached an agreement with China on the appointment of Bishops in the Communist country
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The Pope has begged for God’s forgiveness for the “open wound” of church abuse in Ireland as he called for “firm and decisive” action to secure “truth and justice”.
Pope Francis is in Ireland since the last papal visit 39 years ago and beset by the kind of abuse scandals that have mired the Catholic Church in crisis again.
Chilean police and prosecutors seized documents relating to mounting claims of sexual abuse and a cover-up in Santiago and south of the city
Pope Francis meets drivers of Formula E. The Pontiff also met the Chief Executive of the Formula E series, Alejandro Agag.
Pell is the most senior Catholic worldwide to be accused of sexual offences
Cardinal Pell's lawyers have previously said he would plead not guilty to all charges, the details of which have not been made public.
The six-day course will see talks from experts on varying subjects on the "existential surroundings of demons".
The pro-Kurdish group, which objects to Turkey's treatment of Kurds in Turkey and Syria, held a sit-in outside the Castel Sant'Angelo, not far from where Erdogan was meeting with Pope Francis at the Vatican.
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."