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Pope Francis' Latest Mission: Stopping Nuclear Weapons

Pope Francis’ Latest Mission: Stopping Nuclear Weapons. For Pope Francis, nuclear disarmament, like most everything, must be viewed from the position of the poor instead of the position of the powerful. Inequality and nuclear power are interwoven. “Spending on nuclear weapons squanders the wealth of nations,” Pope Francis wrote to the Vienna Humanitarian Conference in December. “To prioritize such spending is a mistake and a misallocation of resources which would be far better invested in…

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Explaining ‘Who am I to judge?,’ Pope Moves LGBT Discussion One Step Further

Statement of Francis DeBernardo, Executive Director, New Ways Ministry, on Pope Francis' latest comments on LGBT issues. Like so many times before, an interview with Pope Francis is once again maki...

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In his Sunday Angelus address Pope Francis said that merely obeying the rules isn’t enough to make us holy, but that if we truly want to serve God our conversion has to be deeper, changing the heart.

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Our 8 Favorite Quotes From Pope Francis' Latest Book

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In South America, Pope Francis met with presidents and prisoners, praised the piety of children and castigated capitalists.

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Our 8 Favorite Quotes From Pope Francis' Latest Book

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Pope Francis' first words: “I am a great sinner confident in the patience and mercy of God. In suffering, I accept,”

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Our 8 Favorite Quotes From Pope Francis' Latest Book

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