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Pope Francis urges compassion for children at Christmas

By AFP
25 December 2016   |   3:19 am
Pope Francis urges the world's 1.2 billion Catholics to feel compassion for children, notably victims of war, migration and homelessness in his Christmas Eve mass but also those 'not allowed to be born'.

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