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Major Archbishop Raphael Thattil, the newly-elected head of the Syro-Malabar Catholic Church, speaks to Vatican News about the ancient Church he leads. \n Read all\n  
Renowned artist Mimmo Paladino creates a 4-metre-tall \"Cross of Joy,\" blending Christian and fairytale imagery, for World Children’s Day in Rome on May 25-26.\n Read all\n  
Norway, Spain, and Ireland have announced that they will formally recognize Palestine as a state next week.\n Read all\n  
Ahead of the scheduled 29 May general elections in South Africa, the liaison Bishop for the Department of Catholic Social Action of the Southern African Catholic Bishops Conference (SACBC) has called on eligible voters to choose leaders with ethical and moral values\n Read all\n  
Pope Francis greets a delegation from the Hong Kong Christian Council and prays for Christian Unity together with the members of the delegation.\n Read all\n  
Pope Francis invites everyone to pray for peace in our world \"at war,\" and urges us to not forget Ukraine, Palestine, Israel, Myanmar, and all countries suffering due to conflicts.\n Read all\n  
Concluding his General Audience cycle of catecheses on the virtues, Pope Francis speaks about the virtue of humility as we acknowledge that we are creatures of God and strive to live accordingly.\n Read all\n  
Pope Francis addresses a message of hope to participants in the International Interfaith Symposium on Palliative Care, saying we are called to accompany those who suffer and who have difficulty finding reasons for hope. \n Read all\n  
Scholas Occurrentes and the Development Bank of Latin America and the Caribbean organize the International Meeting of Sense, featuring prominent research figures and young people in the Vatican from May 21–23, to discuss some of the most important issues of our time.\n Read all\n  
After three days of debates, testimonies, shared experiences, ideas and proposals, the International Union of Soil Sciences conference in Florence, Italy concludes with a view to the future. Vatican News\' Francesca Merlo reviews the event during which, she says, the alarm was raised about the damage wreaked on soil in particular by salinisation, climate change and war. However seeds of hope, she concludes, are being sown on a daily basis.\n Read all\n  
 

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