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Thousands of people express their support for the lives of unborn children and their opposition to expanding access to abortion, as they took part in Poland’s National March for Life on Sunday.\n Read all\n  
Ukraine’s military chief warned that the battlefield situation in the industrial east has “significantly worsened in recent days,” amid concerns that warming weather allows Russian forces to launch a fresh push along several stretches of the more 1,000 km-long (620-mile) front line. \n Read all\n  
The Israeli military says 99{ef8e0f348bf8fded6394137fade85871db41a153092fa1fb3871e19b0c4c2853} of the drones and missile fired at it from Iran overnight were intercepted without hitting their target.\n Read all\n  
The Kenya Conference of Catholic Bishops (KCCB) has expressed deep concern over the increasing burden of taxation on Kenyans. Addressing the media, just before the weekend, the Bishops who were meeting for the Plenary Assembly held at Roussel House, Karen Nairobi, raised the issue of taxation, among other pressing matters affecting the nation.\n Read all\n  
At the conclusion of Sunday\'s Regina Coeli, Pope Francis makes a heartfelt appeal to halt the spiral of violence in the Middle East and for all nations to favour negotation and peace efforts, while assisting those suffering in Gaza.\n Read all\n  
During his Sunday Regina Coeli this third Sunday of Easter, Pope Francis invites faithful to remember their personal encounters with the Lord and to consider how truly beautiful it is for us to share and transmit our faith.\n Read all\n  
Forty years after the first worldwide gathering of young people in St. Peter\'s Square in 1984, a procession carrying the World Youth Day Cross recalls the many fruits of the initiative set in motion by Pope St. John Paul II.\n Read all\n  
As the Church marks the Third Sunday of Easter, Jenny Kraska offers her thoughts on the day’s liturgical readings under the theme: \"A Divine Encounter\".\n Read all\n  
Radio Maria radio station has announced that it can no longer access its savings at the Banco de la Producción.\n Read all\n  
In a telegram signed by Cardinal Secretary of State Pietro Parolin, Pope Francis says he is \"deeply saddened\" by an attack at a Sydney, Australia, shopping centre that left six people dead. He assures the victims of his prayers and spiritual closeness.\n Read all\n  

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