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Pope Francis: No one can take away our identity as children of God

We are saved by Jesus and no one can take away this ‘identity card’, says Pope at Mass

Chilean archbishop hopeful Pope Francis will visit South America in 2015

Archbishop Ezzati claims Pope Francis plans to tour South America after trips to Africa and Asia in 2014

Our lives will be changed when we touch Christ’s wounds present in the sick and needy, says Pope

Pope Francis delivers homily at Mass marking Feast of St Thomas the Apostle

Cardinals ‘approve miracles attributed to Blessed John Paul II and Blessed John XXIII’

Two popes may be canonised at the same ceremony in the autumn

Run away from sin and don’t look back, says Pope at morning Mass

‘Faced with sin, we must escape without any nostalgia,’ Francis says

Pope Francis to visit refugee island off Sicily

Holy Father to show solidarity with African migrants

Pope Francis to publish his first encyclical on Friday

The work will be called Lumen Fidei (“The Light of Faith”)

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We must be ‘united in our differences’, Pope says as he bestows palliums on archbishops

Pontiff says Pope and bishops ‘must go forward’ on ‘path of synodality’

There’s a lot of talk about the Pope’s ‘hundred days’. That makes me nervous: Napoleon’s, after all, did not end well for him

The Pope has established himself as a pastor; now, he must assume his role as teacher and defender of the faith in a secular culture