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RSS, Catholic Bishops' Council Welcome PM Modi Meeting Pope Francis In Vatican

Oct 30, 2021 Outlook Web Desk

The RSS said PM Modi's meeting with Pope Francis was enhancing the prestige of the nation while KCBC said the PM’s decision to invite the pontiff to India was a historic one.

PM Modi Meets Pope Francis In Vatican, Invites Him To India

Oct 30, 2021 Seema Guha

Prime Minister Modi was accompanied by National Security Adviser Ajit Doval and foreign minister S Jaishankar for the meeting with the Pope.


As Taliban Fighters Sweep Across War-Torn Afghanistan, Pope Francis Calls For Peace

Pope Francis spoke as the Taliban entered the outskirts of Kabul, the Afghan capital, and said they were awaiting a 'peaceful transfer' of the city.

Vatican Fraud Trial: All You Need To Know About Financial Scandal Rocking Papacy

Jul 26, 2021 Associated Press (AP)

Vatican prosecutors have alleged a jaw-dropping series of scandals in the biggest criminal trial in the Vatican's modern history


Citing Ethical Reasons, Pope Says He Will Receive Covid-19 Vaccine Next Week

‘Its an ethical option, because you are playing with not just your health and life, but also with the lives of others,’ the Pope said while urging everyone to get the Covid-19 vaccine

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13 October, 2019

Pope Francis Elevates Kerala-Born Nun Mariam Thresia To Sainthood

Outlook Web Bureau

The nun from Kerala was canonised along with English Cardinal John Henry Newman, Swiss laywoman Marguerite Bays, Brazilian Sister Dulce Lopes and Italian Sister Giuseppina Vannini.


11 July, 2019

Graves Dug In Vatican Over Mysterious Disappearance Of Teen 36 Years Ago

Outlook Web Bureau

Not only was Emanuela Orlandi's body not found, the tombs did not even hold the skeletons of the two princesses supposed to be buried there.


12 April, 2019

Ex-Pope Opens Up About Sex Abuse Crisis In The Catholic Church

Outlook Web Bureau

In the essay, former Pope, Benedict XVI, has said that the changes in traditional moral standards on sexuality, both in society and within the Catholic Church, laid the groundwork for the sex abuse crisis.


03 February, 2019

Pope Francis Urges Politicians To Safegaurd Rights Of The Unborn

Outlook Web Bureau

Pope Francis is urging politicians of all faiths to safeguard the rights of the unborn and is exhorting abortion opponents to also assure that children are born into a world where they can live with dignity.


09 October, 2018

Kim Jong Un Invites Pope Francis To Visit North Korea

Outlook Web Bureau

South Korean President Moon Jae-in will have an audience with the Pope during a visit to the Vatican from October 17 to 18.


20 September, 2018

Kerala Nun Rape: Vatican Relieves Bishop Franco Mulakkal Of Pastoral Responsibilities

Outlook Web Bureau

The SIT of Kerala police probing the case of alleged rape of a nun by a bishop resumed questioning him Thursday even as the state police chief said a decision on Franco Mulakkal's arrest could be taken in a day or two.


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15 September, 2018

Kerala Nun Rape: Vatican Forms Probe Panel, Accused Bishop Hands Over Charge

Outlook Web Bureau

A church representative from India is in the Vatican to discuss the issue of a rape charge against the Bishop by a Kerala-based nun.


19 August, 2018

Pope Francis Calls On International Community To Help Kerala Flood Victims

Outlook Web Bureau

Pope Francis prayed for the victims of the flooding at St Peter’s Square


17 August, 2018

Vatican In 'Shame And Sorrow' Over Sexual Abuses By Clergy In Pennsylvania

Outlook Web Bureau

The grand jury report made public this week accused the cardinal of helping to protect some molester priests while he was bishop of the Pennsylvania city of Pittsburgh.





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