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Pope Francis on Wednesday said his pilgrimage to the Holy Land fed the desire for Christian unity and he encouraged Catholics to pray that God may help "heal the wounds" that divide the faithful.
As the Holy Land prepares for the visit of Pope Francis, Catholic seminarians are praying for the visit's success and preparing with great anticipation to assist in a papal Mass.
In a meeting with all of Rome’s seminarians, Pope Francis spoke frankly of the challenges of community life, including the temptation to gossip and the importance of prayer.
The Vatican has announced that Pope Paul VI will be beatified this October at the conclusion of the synod of bishops on the family.
The beatification cause of Pope Paul VI has advanced with the Congregation for the Causes of Saints giving unanimous approval to an unborn child’s miraculous healing attributed to his intercession.
Vatican observer Sandro Magister has said that Pope Francis’ "formidable praise" for Paul VI’s "Humanae Vitae" is key to understanding his papacy’s alternating emphases of both clear doctrine and pastoral mercy.
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."