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The city spruced itself up the best it could for its first ever papal visit. No expense was spared. The city will never be the same because of the pope's message, not the public works projects.
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Pope Francis said on Monday government officials have a "human right" to refuse to discharge a duty, such as issuing marriage licenses to homosexuals, if they feel it violates their conscience.
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La ciudad se remozó para ello lo mejor que se pudo. El gasto no ha importado. La visita bien lo vale y lo merece.
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Pope Francis dove into some of the United States' thorniest political debates by urging the nation to welcome immigrants, end homelessness, and do more on climate change.
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THE RECENT suspension of a tenured lecturer at one of America’s foremost Christian colleges over her views on Islam is a symptom of a sensitive fault line among evangelicals.
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In his first public words on his first trip to the United States, Pope Francis on Wednesday put himself in the shoes of millions of foreigners
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Pope Francis' most recent declaration and call for unity does not conform to the overall context of his ministry.
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Next week in Washington, Pope Francis will preside over one of the most controversial acts of his papacy by conferring sainthood on the 18th century Spanish missionary Friar Junipero Serra.
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El obispo Jorge Bergoglio antes y Papa Francisco hoy, es un hombre que busca la paz, la amistad y la unidad entre las personas.
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NYC's St. Thomas Episcopal Church mourns the loss of virtuoso choirmaster John Scott. He was once the youngest organist to perform in the BBC Proms, but that was not the work that defined him.
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