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Pope Francis says that when family life is endangered, then the life of faith is also put at risk, which is why bishops must be actively building up the family. Addressing Zambian bishops at the Vatican this morning on the occasion of their ad limina meetings, Pope Francis acknowledged, "Despite great challenges ...read more
Articles from section "Ad Limina Visits"
Pope Francis is calling on the bishops of Malawi to always keep in mind the realities of families in their efforts to spread the Gospel. Speaking to the seven prelates of the bishops' …read more
Here is a translation of the address Pope Francis gave Thursday as a written statement to the bishops of Chad, in Rome for their five-yearly ad limina visits. * * * Dear Brother Bishops, It …read more
Pope Francis is recognizing that the society of Chad is grateful for the contributions the Church makes there to social services and care for the poor, but he is reminding the country's …read more
Here is the text of the address Pope Francis gave Tuesday to bishops of Ghana, in Rome for their ad limina visits. * * * Dear Brother Bishops, I offer you a fraternal welcome on the occasion …read more
Pope Francis is telling the bishops of Cote d'Ivoire to stick together in fraternal communion and help to bring about their nation's reconciliation. The bishops were received by the Holy …read more