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Salus infirmorum in Poland

Letter of the Holy Father to the special envoy to the celebration of the Coronation of the Image of Our Lady “Health of the Sick” (Archdiocesan Shrine of Smolice in Poznán, Poland, 9 September 2023), 02.09.2023 His Eminence Cardinal Dominik Duka, O.P., archbishop emeritus of

Pope Francis discharged from hospital

Pope Francis discharged from hospital, returns to Vatican Pope Francis returns to the Vatican on Friday morning after he is discharged from the Gemelli Policlinic hospital following his hernia-related surgery on 7 June, making his usual detour to pray before the Blessed Mother at Santa

Pope Francis to hospital for abdominal surgery

Pope using armchair, reading newspapers at Rome's Gemelli Hospital Pope Francis is using an armchair and reading newspapers, the Director of the Holy See Press Office, Matteo Bruni, says, as he offers an update on the Pope's continued progress following his laparotomy and abdominal wall

Pope Francis on The Billings Revolution

Pubblichiamo di seguito il Messaggio che il Santo Padre Francesco ha inviato ai partecipanti al Congresso Internazionale WOOMB su La “rivoluzione Billings” 70 anni dopo: dalla conoscenza della fertilità alla medicina personalizzata, che si svolge a Roma, presso l’Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore, dal 28 al

Pope: In Christ, suffering is transformed into love

Pope Francis reflects on the meaning of suffering in an address to the Pontifical Biblical Commission on Thursday, saying the Bible provides an answer to the question of sickness and suffering that is neither utopian nor fatalistic. By Christopher Wells (Vaticannews) In the face of suffering

Pope Francis at home

Pope Francis returns home after brief hospital stay Pope Francis is discharged from the A. Gemelli University hospital on Saturday morning. By Vatican News staff reporter Pope Francis was released from Gemelli Hospital on Saturday morning following a brief hospital stay that involved scheduled tests

Pope Francis urges ethical use of artificial intelligence

While praising the benefits of technology and artificial intelligence, Pope Francis says AI raises serious questions and must be ethically and responsibly used to promote human dignity and the common good. By Deborah Castellano Lubov (Vaticannews) Pope Francis has applauded the benefits of technology and artificial

Pope: Technology must be at the service of humanity

Pope Francis addresses participants in a workshop hosted by the Pontifical Academy for Life on the relationship between the person, emerging technologies and the common good, and reiterates that progress of science and technology must always be at the service of human dignity and integral

Pope Francis on Rare Diseases

Pope calls for inclusion policies for people with rare diseases Meeting a delegation of the Italian Federation of Rare Diseases (UNIAMO), Pope Francis encourages the organization to continue its advocacy for a better quality and inclusive health service for those affected. By Lisa Zengarini (Vaticannews) Pope

Pope: Never forget our brothers and sisters with Hansen’s disease

In a message to participants in a seminar on Hansen’s disease (or ‘leprosy’) and other neglected tropical diseases, Pope Francis says we must ask ourselves, “Will we bend down to touch and heal the wounds of others?” By Christopher Wells (Vaticannews) “We must not forget these

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