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Pope highlights consequences of corruption

In the February edition of 'The Pope Video' Pope Francis speaks about the consequences of corruption and calls for the condemnation of this evil

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What happened in Chile?

Michael O'Sullivan SJ lived in Chile in the 1980s, when the Church was seen to be on the side of the people. Much has changed, as Pope Francis's visit has shown. Michael speaks to Soul Waves Radio.

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Pope defends religious minorities in Asia

Pope Francis urges respect for and protection of Christians and other religious minorities in Asia in the January edition of 'The Pope Video'

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Jorge Mario Bergoglio

Respected for his pastoral approach, Jorge Mario Bergoglio became the first Latin American pope, the first Jesuit pope, and the first to take the name Francis.

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‘Let us keep in mind our elders’

In the December edition of 'The Pope Video' Pope Francis urges respect and care for grandparents around the world, underlining the role they play in society as beacons of wisdom and experience.

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Kensy Joseph ordained deacon

Kensy Joseph SJ of the British Province was ordained to the diaconate on Saturday 11 November at Holy Name Church Manchester.

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The greatest of these is charity, not clarity

DERMOT ROANTREE :: Fr Thomas G Weinandy's recent letter to the Pope was wrong on many counts. Not least it lays undue stress on clarity – at the expense of charity

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The death penalty and doctrine, Part 1

DERMOT ROANTREE :: To understand the accusations of heresy which traditionalists level at the Pope, it's necessary to examine the 'clash of mentalities'

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Opening the doors of our Churches

Gerry Clarke SJ and Charles Searson SJ respond to this month's Pope's Video requesting prayers for parishes at the service of the mission

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