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By Andrew P. Napolitano
Obama's veil of secrecy is pierced
Topic - Paul Vi
Migrant workers in the Holy Land are eagerly awaiting Pope Francis' pilgrimage to Palestine, Israel and Jordan next month, and are praying for its success.
The Holy See has officially published the itinerary for Pope Francis’ upcoming trip to the Holy Land, during which he is slated to travel to Jordan, the State of Palestine, and Israel.
Bishop James Conley of Lincoln hopes his new pastoral letter on the sacrificial "language of love" and the disruptive immorality of contraception will be received "with open hearts and open minds."
As part of a recent interview given to an Italian news agency, Pope Francis discussed hot-button issues in the Church today, giving clarity to topics which have often been misinterpreted since his election.
The Vatican on Sunday publicly unveiled a handful of bone fragments purportedly belonging to St. Peter, reviving the scientific debate and tantalizing mystery over whether the relics found in a shoe box truly belong to the first pope.
Fifty years ago Thursday, the fourth child from a family of Italian sharecroppers convened a epochal meeting of Roman Catholic Church leaders designed to "open the windows" of the nearly 2,000-year-old institution and let some of the modern world's "fresh air" inside.
In the evening, he will fly from Jerusalem to Tel Aviv, say farewell to Israel, and return to Rome.
He said he hopes that couples using contraception, and physicians prescribing it, will "think again" about their actions, and turn to "God’s tender mercy by making a good heartfelt confession."