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As Pope Francis and the UN Secretary General call for a global ceasefire, humanitarian organisations highlight the threat posed by the Coronavirus to migrants, and civilians living in conflict zones.
Several armed groups respond positively as the UN Secretary General and Pope Francis appeal for a global ceasefire in the face of the Covid-19 pandemic.
After receiving a number of requests, please find below the English translation of the Litany of Supplication used during the prayer service on Friday evening presided over by Pope Francis on the steps of St Peter’s Basilica.
During the Sunday Angelus, Pope Francis calls on Christians to take away the stones from their hearts, and let the Word of God restore life where there is death.
Pope Francis joins the UN Secretary General, Antonio Guterres in calling for a global ceasefire as the world faces the onslaught of the Covid-19 pandemic.
England will be re-dedicated at noon to Mary as her \"dowry\". Cardinal Nichols explains the signficance of this re-dedication.
Pope Francis expresses the desire during Mass on Sunday morning at the Casa Santa Marta that this Fifth Sunday of Lent be a Sunday of tears. (playback included)
The results have confirmed the absence of positive cases among those residing at Casa Santa Marta. All necessary precautions have been taken. The Pope and his closest collaborators are not involved.
This year’s global observance of Earth Hour takes a digital form in compliance with global healthcare guidelines due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Eastern India’s Ranchi Archdiocese has appealed to the Church in the rest of the country to help migrants from Jharkhand state stranded in other states because of the 21-day nationwide lockdown due to the Covid-19 or coronavirus pandemic.
 

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