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Cindy Wooden
Rome Bureau Chief, Catholic News Service. Co-editor with of "A Pope Francis Lexicon."
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. prepares for 's visit to Abu Dhabi
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Today is the feast of St Anthony the abbot. Livestock will be blessed at St Peter’s Square.
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Cindy Wooden Jan 16
has asked Fr Federico Lombardi SJ to moderate general sessions of the Feb 21-24 summit on safeguarding. The mtg will also include working groups, "moments of common prayer with listening to testimonies," a penitential liturgy & concluding Mass.
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Catholic News Service Jan 14
"... and to sand you shall return." The Vatican is taking down the Christmas decorations in St. Peter's Square. Including the Nativity sand sculpture. Paul Haring photos.
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Cindy Wooden Jan 11
snuck out of the Vatican today to visit, celebrate Mass with and share a meal with cloistered nuns in Spello, about 100 miles outside of Rome. Photos copyright Holy See Press Office.
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Catholic News Service Jan 11
Latest news in communications reform: at the Vatican press office will get the help of 2 Americans: Thaddeus Jones, Sr. Bernadette Reis as well as Raul Cabrera from Peru, Romilda Ferrauto from France. All 5 journalists have worked at the former
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Eduard Habsburg Jan 11
🇭🇺 Hungarians will rejojce together with Romanians! Șumuleu Ciuc/ Csiksomlyó in Transylvania is the greatest pilgrimage place for Hungarians world-wide! Thank you !!
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Cindy Wooden Jan 11
He will visit Bucarest, Iaşi e Blaj e the Marian shrine of Șumuleu Ciuc. adds another trip to 2019 calendar.
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Cindy Wooden Jan 10
Replying to @VaticanNews
link to translation in English:
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Cindy Wooden Jan 10
. on Feb. summit on abuse at Vatican: "Purpose of meeting is very specific: to ensure that everyone taking part in it can return to their own country being absolutely clear about what must (and must not) be done with regard to addressing these cases."
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Colleen Dulle Jan 10
The Vatican has *finally* issued an English translation of the final document from November's synod on young people. Looking forward to reading this.
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Archdiocese of Malta Jan 9
Bishops express their appreciation to the , the and the 8 🇪🇺 countries, for the finally shown with the 49 , most of which were stranded at sea for 18 days
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Amigo de Frodo Jan 9
Mothers and children are fleeing the very criminal elements that we ourselves recognize represent a mortal danger. Are we not capable of sustaining a response that both protects the vulnerable and restrains the menace?
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Catholic News Service Jan 7
appealing to diplomats for greater international efforts to protect children, acknowledges the church's failures. "The abuse of minors is one of the vilest and most heinous crimes conceivable."
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Cindy Wooden Jan 3
On letter from to U.S. bishops:
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Cindy Wooden Jan 3
on "crisis of credibility" due to mishandling of abuse: "Credibility is born of trust, and trust is born of sincere, daily, humble and generous service to all, but especially to those dearest to the Lord's heart"
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Cindy Wooden Jan 3
letter to U.S. bishops on abuse crisis: "The Church's credibility has been seriously undercut and diminished by these sins and crimes, but even more by the efforts made to deny or conceal them. "
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Cindy Wooden Jan 3
to U.S. bishops: Without focus on spiritual conversion & Gospel-inspired ways of responding to victims & exercising ministry, "everything we do risks being tainted by self-referentiality, self-preservation and defensiveness, and thus doomed from the start.
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Catholic News Service Jan 3
The U.S. bishops began weeklong retreat at . suggested the retreat as the bishops continue to discuss their response to abuse crisis. Capuchin Fr Raniero Cantalamessa, preacher of the papal household, is leading the retreat. (Bob Roller photos)
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Catholic News Service Jan 2
plays along ... 'tis the season for the circus and Cuban performers entertained folks at the pope's general audience today.
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