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Pope Francis released from hospital returns to Vatican

The Pope leaves Gemelli hospital on Wednesday morning and visits the Basilica of Saint Mary Major to pray before the icon of the Virgin Mary Salus Populi Romani before returning to the Vatican just before 12 pm. Alessandro De Carolis - Vatican City The Director

Quiet day for Pope Francis who gradually begins activities again

Pope Francis continues his hospital stay following his surgery last Sunday. He expresses his gratitude to the Gemelli Hospital medical staff caring for him and his closeness to all who are suffering. Vatican News The Director of the Holy See Press Office, Matteo Bruni, issued

Latest medical update: Pope Francis continues to recover

Sunday evening's surgery lasted about three hours. He will most likely remain at Gemelli hospital for seven days.READ ALSO 04/07/2021 Pope Francis doing well after surgery 04/07/2021Pope undergoes scheduled colon surgery Pope Francis is doing well and is alert, according to a statement released by

Pope Francis to Vatican conference on Mind, Body and Soul

Pope Francis underlines the importance of interdisciplinary research for a better understanding of our human nature, in a video message for the Fifth International Conference dedicated to “Exploring the Mind, Body and Soul.” By Vatican News staff writer Pope Francis on Saturday sent a message

Pope Francis remembers doctors, nurses and other healthcare personnel

Pope: Caring for others a ‘vaccine’ against individualism In a letter addressed to Archbishop Vincenzo Paglia, President of the Pontifical Academy for Life, Pope Francis remembers doctors, nurses and other healthcare personnel who have died in the performance of their duties during the Covid-19 pandemic.

Pope Francis: Frailty is part of everybody’s life

Pope Francis, in a message to mark the International Day of Persons with Disabilities, highlights the importance of inclusion and active participation for those with disabilities. He also denounces the throwaway culture that affects the most vulnerable. By Vatican News The theme of this year’s

Pope: Welcome life even when it requires heroic love

In comments to Polish-speaking pilgrims during the General Audience on Wednesday, Pope Francis launches an appeal to defend life from conception to its natural end. By Vatican News staff writer Greeting Polish-speaking pilgrims on Wednesday during the General Audience, Pope Francis recalled that on 22

Fratelli tutti: Pope Francis’s Social Encyclical (+++ languages)

Fratelli tutti (3 ottobre 2020)[ Arabo  - Francese  - Inglese  - Italiano  - Polacco  - Portoghese  - Spagnolo  - Tedesco  Fraternity and social friendship are the ways the Pontiff indicates to build a better, more just and peaceful world, with the contribution of all: people and institutions. With an emphatic confirmation of a ‘no’ to war and to globalized indifference.

Pope & COVID: preparing the future together

Preparing the future together with Jesus who saves and heals #CatechesisCovid Nineth and last catechesis on the Covid-19 "Healing the world" pandemic in the light of the Gospel, the theological virtues and the principles of the Church's social doctrine Dear brothers and sisters, good morning!

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Pope highlights pandemic in message to CCEE Plenary

The Pope sends a message to the Council of Bishops’ Conferences of Europe (CCEE) on the occasion of its Plenary Assembly, which takes place online from 25 to 26 September. By Vatican News The theme of this virtual Plenary Assembly is "The Church in Europe

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