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Speaking at a panel discussion on Conflict-Related Sexual Violence, Dr. Paolo Ruffini, the Prefect of the Vatican\'s Dicastery for Communication, says \"We are all involved ... We cannot say \'I wasn\'t there, I didn\'t know\'\".\n Read all\n  
Conflict and its far-reaching consequences, including economic downfall and loss of livelihoods continue to plague the suffering Syrian population. The earthquake in February has compounded the situation in the country where the Caritas Syria Programs Head says needs are overwhelming.\n Read all\n  
Three fragments of the Parthenon previously found in the Vatican Museums are brought to the Acropolis Museum in Athens. Pope Francis donated the works to the Archbishop of the Orthodox Church of Athens, His Beatitude Ieronymos II.\n Read all\n  
On the eve of the Day of Missionary Martyrs, on March 24, the Archbishop of Chicago attends the inauguration of a Memorial of the New Martyrs of the XX and XXI centuries in the Roman Basilica of St. Bartholomew exposing several relics the church has been collecting since the Great Jubilee of 2000.\n Read all\n  
The United States launches air strikes against targets in Syria after a drone attack killed an American contractor.\n Read all\n  
The final day of work at the United Nations New York headquarters will produce the final document of the Water Conference, inspired by the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development. \n Read all\n  
A community of nuns in the Czech Republic are building their own monastery with their own hands. A look behind the scenes!\r\n\r\n\n Read all\n  
Pope Francis sends a message for the inauguration of the \"Casa Fabrizio Frizzi\" in Milan, Italy, that assists parents with children who are hospitalized. He underscores the need to assist parents so they can be close to their children dealing with illness.\n Read all\n  
The Prefect of the Dicastery for the Eastern Churches, Archbishop Claudio Gugerotti, appeals to the faithful around the world to support Christians in the Holy Land.\n Read all\n  
Addressing a UN conference on water, Archbishop Gabriele Caccia speaks on behalf of the Holy See, asking for clean, available and safe water for all, everywhere. \n Read all\n  

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Justin Bieber Cancels His World Tour

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