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    1. Pope Francis travels to Mexico this week, saying he wants to "live the faith" of the overwhelmingly Catholic country but will not shy away from confronting issues of violence and corruption that could make his governmental hosts quite uncomfortable. History's first pontiff from the Americas will...

      Pope Francis requests tequila - San Antonio Express-News

    2. Ed Adamczyk VATICAN CITY, Feb. 5 (UPI) -- Pope Francis and Russian Orthodox Patriarch Kirill will meet in Cuba, the first time leaders of their respective churches have met since a schism in 1054.

    3. Pope Francis will meet Russian Orthodox Patriarch Kirill in Cuba next week in a historic first meeting between the heads of the two largest Christian churches, the Vatican announced Friday. The two wings have been estranged ever since with each maintaining for centuries that they are the true heritors of the early Christian church established by the apostles of Jesus Christ. Relations have ...

    4. They will meet next Friday in Havana It will be the first time in history leaders from the two churches have met The Roman Catholic Church and Eastern orthodox churches split in 1054 … Click to Continue »

    5. Brazil may have so far escaped the radar of radical Islamist groups, but the Rio Olympics is taking no chances on terrorism when the Games start in six months. Rodrigues' department already has solid experience from keeping order at events including the 2014 World Cup and Pope Francis' visit in 2013. Some 85,000 security personnel -- 47,000 police and 38,000 soldiers -- will guard 10,500 ...

    6. Anti-terrorism chiefs ready for 'worst' at Rio Olympics

      AFP via Yahoo Maktoob NewsFeb 05 10:27 AM

      Brazil may have so far escaped the radar of radical Islamist groups, but the Rio Olympics is taking no chances on terrorism when the Games start in six months. Rodrigues' department already has solid experience from keeping order at events including the 2014 World Cup and Pope Francis' visit in 2013. Some 85,000 security personnel -- 47,000 police and 38,000 soldiers -- will guard 10,500 ...

    7. An outspoken and critical member of Pope Francis' commission on priestly sex abuse has said he will defy moves to oust him, claiming that only the pontiff himself can remove him from the panel. In a move that will raise questions about Francis’ commitment to tackle abuse within the Roman Catholic...

    8. VATICAN, Jan. 8, 2015– Before he was elected pontiff, Pope Francis had a reputation for not liking to do interviews. “Really, I don’t give interviews. But I don’t know why. I can’t, that’s just how it is. I find it a bit tiresome, but I’m grateful for your company,” he told the more than 70 [...]

    9. Pope Francis answers questions from children in new book

      Associated Press via Yahoo! NewsJan 25 03:22 PM

      NEW YORK (AP) — "Dear Pope Francis," 10-year-old Mohammed begins, "Will the world be again as it was in the past?"

    10. "Dear Pope Francis," 10-year-old Mohammed begins, "Will the world be again as it was in the past?"Signed "Respectfully yours," the boy wrote from a Jesuit-run school for refugee children in Syria and was treated to a long and personal answer from the pope himself. So were 29 other children who...

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