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In a message read at the First Meeting of States Parties to the Treaty on the Prohibition of Nuclear Weapons, Pope Francis renews his call for an end to war and to the causes of conflict, and reaffirms that the use, and even possession, of nuclear weapons is immoral.\n Read all\n  
Two Jesuit priests serving in Mexico, Javier Campos and Joaquín Mora, were killed on Monday by an armed person.\n Read all\n  
On World Refugee Day, Caritas Internationalis and Caritas Europe reiterate their call for international solidarity in welcoming refugees and asylum seekers without discrimination, drawing on Europe’s response to those fleeing Ukraine. \n Read all\n  
Rev. Prof. Dr Jerry Pillay has been elected as the new General Secretary of the World Council of Churches \n Read all\n  
A ‘sold-out’ début theatre production with a message of solidarity is brought to the stage in Switzerland’s Canton Valais. The performance stems from the artistic talents and creativity of a group of young people who have been inspired by Pope Francis\' encyclical and aim to raise awareness among all generations.\n Read all\n  
The Osservatore Romano newspaper offers a response to the new book \"The Pope at War: The Secret History of Pius XII, Mussolini, and Hitler”, written by David I. Kertzer.\n Read all\n  
In an interview ahead of the World Meeting of Families set to take place in Rome this week, Cardinal Kevin Farrell, Prefect of the Dicastery for Laity, Family and Life, says Pope Francis wants the WMOF to be lived in local Churches around the world, and points to the holy examples of married couples who have become canonized saints.\n Read all\n  
Less than two months after his re-election, President Emmanuel Macron has lost control of the French National Assembly in a political earthquake, as the country’s Bishops warn about growing social divisions. \n Read all\n  
Pope Francis sends a video message to the Missionary Movement of Francis as the group kicks off a cultural historical walk in honor of Our Lady of Luján.\n Read all\n  
Gunmen attack a Catholic and Baptist church in Kaduna on Sunday, killing three people, injuring two, and abducting dozens of others.\n Read all\n  

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Lil Wayne denied entry in the UK.

By Adelaide, Lil Wayne has been pulled from Strawberries and Creem Festival after being banned from entering the UK. The 39-year-old rapper was set to perform at this weekend’s event but he is no longer headlining it. In a statement, organizers said: “Due to extreme circumstances beyond our control or influence,[Read More…]

Beyoncé Announces Upcoming Album.

By Adelaide, Beyoncé has just revealed that her new album is dropping this July. According to Complex magazine, the singer revealed the name and release date for her forthcoming seventh studio album. The 16-track project will be called Renaissance and is expected to be available to the public on July 29. Fans[Read More…]

Janet Jackson Set To Release A New Album.

By Adelaide, Janet Jackson is planning to release a new album. Janet, 56, told Essence Magazine during an interview that fans have to wait a little longer as her number one job at the moment is being a mum. She said, “Even though it’s something that I absolutely love, it[Read More…]

Post Malone welcomes a baby girl.

By Adelaide, Post Malone is a dad! The rapper subtly announced the birth of his daughter during an interview by saying he “kissed” his baby girl before heading to the studio. The 26-year-old Grammy nominee first revealed they were expecting a child last month. “I’m excited for this next chapter[Read More…]

Tarrus Riley set to headline Koroga Festival.

By Adelaide, Jamaican reggae artiste Tarrus Riley is set to headline the 30th edition of the Koroga festival, happening from June 23 to 26 this month. The festival, titled the ‘The WRC Koroga Festival’, will be the first-ever recreational village, where rally fans can be engaged and entertained for four days during[Read More…]

Justin Bieber Diagnosed With Ramsay Hunt Syndrome.

By Adelaide, Justin Beiber took to his social media accounts to speak about his health struggles days after he postponed his shows on his Justice World Tour. The pop star recently revealed that he’s been diagnosed with Ramsay Hunt syndrome, which has caused him to have partial facial paralysis. Ramsay[Read More…]

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