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“Since the first day, my heart has been with the relatives of the victims, Jews or Christians,” wrote the pope, who was born in Argentina as Francisco Bergoglio.
"In the last few hours we saw in Korea an example of the culture of encounter. I salute the protagonists, with a prayer that such a significant gesture will be a further step on the road to peace."
There is no no centralized body that can make sweeping pronouncements about how sexual abuse and harassment should be handled, but there is work being done.
Although there was a collective effort by the Catholic Church to save Jewish children, many questions remain, such as the degree of the pontiff's involvement and the underlying motivation.
By BARUCH TENEMBAUM AND EDUARDO EURNEKIAN
In the private audience Friday – International Women’s Day – he highlighted the “irreplaceable contribution of women in building a world that can be a home for all.”
By RUTH ELLEN GRUBER
Researchers may have to investigate the archives for several years before coming to any conclusions.
By EFRAIM ZUROFF
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The Pope said this would include efforts to "to try to bring one (side) closer to the other, to start a process of dialog."
Writing in the palace guest book, Pope France asked that God grant the United Arab Emirates "divine blessings of peace and fraternal solidarity."
Pope and Grand Imam of Al-Azhar meet in Abu Dhabi as 700 religious leaders gather for Conference of Human Fraternity.
By SETH J. FRANTZMAN
Pope Francis has visited half a dozen predominantly Muslim nations calling for inter-religious dialog and condemning violence in the name of God.
By PHILIP PULLELLA AND SYLVIA WESTALL / REUTERS
Meeting with religious leaders and Grand Imam of Al-Azhar, Ahmed el-Tayebb part of UAE’s “year of tolerance” supporting interfaith dialogue.
Francis delivered the traditional papal "Urbi et Orbi" (to the city and the world) message to tens of thousands of people in a sunny St. Peter's Square.
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