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30 Dec 2019
The pope has urged people to put their smartphones aside — and reconnect with their families. The Catholic leader cited Jesus, Mary and Joseph as leading examples for families to follow.
25 Dec 2019
Pope's Christmas Eve message: God loves 'even the worst of us'
30 Apr 2019
The Pope told hairdressers to "avoid succumbing to the temptation of chatter." He said they should take inspiration from a 16th-century saint who was known for cutting hair, bloodletting, and amputations.
5 Feb 2019
The pope has begun his historic visit to the UAE with a lavish welcome at the presidential palace. Rights groups have urged the pontiff to press the Emirati government about human rights violations in Yemen.
18 Dec 2017
Thousands of people celebrate the Pope's birthday at the Vatican.

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