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    1. In word and deed, Pope Francis will take his vision of a Catholic's approach to family life, parish life, charity, economics, immigration and good governance to Cuba and the United States during a Sept. 19-27 visit.

    2. Brazil pledged Tuesday to restore millions of acres of forests and expand renewable energy use, as the United States and Brazil worked to build momentum toward a budding global climate treaty.

    3. Pilgrims and residents gather on Copacabana beach before the arrival of Pope Francis for World Youth Day in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, Saturday, July 27, 2013. Francis presided over an evening vigil service on Copacabana that drew more than 1 million young people.

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      Connecticut PostJun 05 04:54 AM

      Pilgrims and residents gather on Copacabana beach before the arrival of Pope Francis for World Youth Day in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, Saturday, July 27, 2013. Francis presided over an evening vigil service on Copacabana that drew more than 1 million young people.

    5. Brazil pledged Tuesday to restore millions of acres of forests and expand renewable energy use, as the United States and Brazil worked to build momentum toward a budding global climate treaty.

    6. The Pope’s Manifesto Could Destroy the U.S. Economy

      The Fiscal Times via Yahoo! NewsJun 24 03:15 AM

      Liberals are positively giddy that Pope Francis has joined their crusade against fossil fuels. “Laudato Si,” translated as “Praise be to You: On Care for our Common Home” is a mostly hard-left document that argues for redistribution of wealth on a global scale, champions increased supra-national authority, derides market-based solutions and – yes – promotes efforts (though not the most popular ...

    7. Two years after revelations about U.S. spying frayed ties between their countries, President Barack Obama and visiting Brazilian President Dilma Rousseff publicly closed that chapter Tuesday, declaring that the...

    8. Brazil, China, India and South Africa voiced disappointment Sunday over the failure of rich countries to come up with billions of dollars needed to help them sign on to a landmark climate change deal.

    9. Pope's green thesis: a global game-changer?

      AFP via Yahoo! India NewsJun 17 08:38 PM

      Pope Francis's statement on the environment, seen as a potential game-changer by Green groups, comes six months before international leaders gather in Paris to try and seal a deal to reduce carbon emissions. The encyclical, a collection of principles to guide Catholic teaching entitled "Laudato Si" (Be Praised), warns that global warming threatens the planet -- but will it have any impact on the...

    10. President Barack Obama and visiting Brazilian President Dilma Rousseff sought Tuesday to cast their nations as "natural partners" collaborating closely on critical issues like climate and regional diplomacy, glossing over...

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