Young Catholics set stage for Pope Francis at World Youth Day
Over a million young Catholics from across the globe are expected to descend on the southern Polish city of Krakow this month for the arrival of Pope Francis at World Youth Day.
Pope meets parents of US student killed in Rome
The parents of an American student who went missing in Rome only to be found dead in the Tiber River met with Pope Francis on Wednesday, as video evidence emerged of the last moments of his life.
Turkey says pope's genocide declaration bears stamp of 'Crusades' mentality'
Turkey has condemned as "very unfortunate" Pope Francis's declaration that the mass killings of Armenians a century ago by Ottoman forces amounted to a genocide, saying it bore traces of "the mentality of the Crusades."
Pope visits Armenian genocide memorial
Pope Francis on Saturday issued a rallying cry to protect memory at the Armenian genocide memorial in Yerevan, on day two of a trip likely to stir tensions with Turkey.
Pope risks Turkey's ire with Armenia trip
Pope Francis heads to Armenia Friday for a three-day visit likely to inflame simmering tensions with Turkey over the Vatican's description of mass killings under the Ottoman Empire as genocide.
Pope hits out at 'brazen' free circulation of arms
Pope Francis on Monday hit out at the "brazen" free circulation of arms worldwide, a day after a gunman used an assault rifle to kill 50 people in an Orlando gay nightclub.
Pope denounces marginalisation of handicapped people
The crowd of sick and handicapped faithful had come to Rome for the jubilee which ran from Friday to Sunday.
Between Pope Francis and Amina Mohammed
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