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Pope urges peace for Ukraine in this ‘Easter of war’

Pope Francis on Sunday called for peace in Ukraine during this "Easter of war" as he delivered the traditional Easter Sunday Urbi et Orbi...

Pope cancels New Year’s Nativity visit over Covid fears

Pope Francis has cancelled his traditional New Year's Eve visit to the Nativity scene in St Peter's Square over concerns of spreading coronavirus among...

Pope urges dialogue amid pandemic isolation

Pope Francis on Saturday urged dialogue on both personal and political levels as he celebrated a second Christmas under the shadow of a coronavirus...

Victims speak on allegations of abuse within Catholic Church in Costa Rica

"This country needs The Vatican to pay attention. We need them to realize that not only do these things happen in the United States or Chile, but in Costa Rica and Central America.”

President Alvarado attends Pope Francis’ mass in Panama

Pope Francis called for a peaceful resolution to the "serious situation" in Venezuela, committed to supporting immigrants and spoke of the "wound" left in the Church by the scandal of sexual abuse.

Venezuela’s Guaido calls for new protests, Pope fears ‘bloodbath’

In a video posted on Twitter, the 35-year-old opposition leader Guaido announced a two-hour strike on Wednesday "to demand that the armed forces side with the people."

Pope Francis: Costa Rica has ‘the world’s best coffee’

Pope Francis greeted Carlos Alvarado on Saturday by saying the Costa Rican President is "the President of the world's best coffee."

President Alvardo expected to attend Pope’s mass in Panama

Panama "wanted to invite the presidents of Central America because the World Youth Day (WYD) is a day for all Central America that is taking place in Panama."

Cynthia Castro: the Costa Rican psychologist fighting for global gender equality

Straight talk for everyone from Pope Francis, to business owners, to Costa Rican men who don't pull their weight at home. That's Cynthia Castro, a woman on a mission.

Commenting on Zika virus, Pope Francis calls abortion ‘a human evil’

VATICAN CITY – Pope Francis insisted Thursday that abortion was always a crime but hinted that the Church could exceptionally relax its ban on contraception for women at risk of contracting the Zika virus.

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