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« Reply #1500 on: May 26, 2014, 01:58:33 PM »

http://www.theguardian.com/world/2014/may/26/pope-francis-unofficial-stop-israeli-terrorism-memorial

Pope Francis makes unofficial stop at Israeli terrorism memorial
Monday 26 May 2014 07.38 EDT


Pope Francis places his hands on a plaque at the Memorial to Victims of Terror in Jerusalem. Photograph: Government Press Office/EPA

Pope Francis has deviated from his itinerary for his tour of the Holy Land for the second time in two days – this time to visit a memorial to Israeli victims of terrorism.

The surprise addition on Monday was made at the request of the Israeli prime minister, Binyamin Netanyahu, and was interpreted as an attempt to appease his Israeli hosts after his surprise decision to pray at the controversial Israeli separation wall in Bethlehem the day before.

Netanyahu's office said in a statement that Francis was prompted by the prime minister to stop at the stone and marble memorial, which is engraved with the names of Israeli civilians killed mainly in attacks by Palestinian militants.

In a sign of Israeli anger at the separation-wall visit – which Vatican aides insisted was the pope's personal and unprompted decision and had not been communicated to them in advance – some sources attempted to suggest Francis had been pressured into making the stop.


Pope Francis visits Israel's separation barrier in Bethlehem. Photograph: Ariel Schalit/AP

Among them was Oded Ben-Hur, a diplomatic adviser to the Israeli parliament, the Knesset, and a former ambassador to the Vatican, who told the Jerusalem Post that Israel was unhappy the Palestinians had "used the pope as a political tool" by taking him to see the wall.

Netanyahu tweeted after the visit to the memorial: "I explained to the pope that building the security fence prevented many more victims that Palestinian terror planned to harm."
 
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« Reply #1501 on: May 26, 2014, 08:20:49 PM »

http://www.latimes.com/world/europe/la-fg-pope-francis-jerusalem-20140526-story.html

Pope Francis balances visits to Jewish, Muslim sites in Jerusalem
May 26, 2014, 11:41 AM


Pope Francis lays a wreath at the tomb of Zionism founder Theodor Herzl as Israeli President Shimon Peres and Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu look on in Jerusalem. (Osservatore Romano)

A day after he threw his moral weight behind the establishment of a Palestinian state, Pope Francis paid tribute Monday at the grave of Theodor Herzl, the man whose dream of a Jewish homeland led to the creation of modern-day Israel..

It was a finely balanced gesture on the last day of the pontiff’s visit to the Holy Land, where even the smallest acts are fraught with political symbolism. The wreath-laying here in Jerusalem also sought to wipe away bitter memories of a previous pope’s rejection of Zionism more than a century ago.
 
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« Reply #1502 on: May 26, 2014, 08:28:25 PM »

http://www.catholicnews.com/data/stories/cns/1402173.htm

May-26-2013
Pope to meet with sex abuse victims for first time in June

ABOARD THE PAPAL FLIGHT FROM JERUSALEM (CNS) -- Pope Francis will meet with a group of sex abuse victims for the first time in June, he told reporters May 26.

During an inflight news conference on his return to Rome from the Holy Land, the pope also confirmed reports the Vatican is investigating charges its former secretary of state misappropriated $20 million from the Vatican bank. And he announced he plans to visit the Philippines and Sri Lanka in January.

The pope described the abuse of children by priests as "such an ugly crime" and a "very grave" problem, the betrayal of a priest's duty to lead young people to holiness, comparable to performance of a Black Mass.

"We must move ahead, ahead, zero tolerance," he said.

As an indication of how seriously he takes the problem, the pope said he would meet in the first week of June with a group of six to eight sex abuse victims from various countries, including Germany, England and Ireland. He also will celebrate a private Mass with the group in the Vatican guesthouse, where he lives. Cardinal Sean P. O'Malley of Boston, a member of the recently established Vatican commission on child protection, will be present at the gathering, the pope said.

Pope Francis is not known ever to have met with a group of sex abuse victims, something Pope Benedict did several times in various countries. Marie Collins, a sex abuse survivor from Ireland whom the pope named to the child protection commission, met him at the Vatican in May.

Pope Francis said the church cannot have privileged "daddy's boys," exempt from punishment when it comes to sex abuse of minors. He revealed that three unnamed bishops are currently under investigation by the Vatican for misdeeds related to sex abuse, and another has been found guilty and is awaiting punishment. It was not clear if the bishops in question had been accused of personally abusing children or of mishandling accusations of abuse against other priests.
 
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« Reply #1503 on: May 27, 2014, 01:13:40 PM »

http://en.radiovaticana.va/news/2014/05/27/fr_lombardi_pedophilia_is_like_a_sacrilege_for_pope_francis/1101076

Fr Lombardi: Pedophilia is like a sacrilege for Pope Francis
27/05/2014

(Vatican Radio)  At a briefing in the Vatican on Tuesday, Father Lombardi discussed some of the highlights of Pope Francis’ interview with journalists on the papal plane returning from the Holy Land.

During his remarks the Pope had said a member of the clergy who sexually abuses children is comparable to somebody carrying out a satanic mass which is a sacrilege.  Father Lombardi  explained that for a believer, equating the crime of sexually abusing a child with the sacrilege of celebrating a satanic mass, is arguably the strongest possible condemnation.   The Director of the Vatican Press Office also explained that contrary to what Pope Francis said on the plane, no firm date has yet been fixed for him to meet with sex abuse victims in the Vatican.  The Pope had said during the news conference on the plane that such meeting was expected to take place in early June. 

When asked by a journalist about the wide-ranging nature of the Pope’s press conference  on the plane, Father Lombardi said he too was struck by the Holy Father’s willingness to answer whatever question was put to him by the journalists. 

Turning to the issue of Jerusalem, Father Lombardi reiterated that the Holy See seeks for this holy city an internationally guaranteed  special status giving freedom of worship  and right of access for residents and pilgrims from across the world, with no one party claiming exclusive rights.   

Father Lombardi said the prayer service attended by many Christian leaders in Jerusalem’s Basilica of the Holy Sepulchre was  one of the spiritual highlights of this papal visit along with the Mass celebrated in the Cenacle.
 
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« Reply #1504 on: May 27, 2014, 01:17:00 PM »

http://en.radiovaticana.va/news/2014/05/27/pope_francis_prays_at_the_basilica_of_saint_mary_major_/1101065

Pope Francis prays at the Basilica of Saint Mary Major
27/05/2014

(Vatican Radio) Pope Francis made a private visit to the Rome Basilica of Saint Mary Major on Tuesday morning to thank Our lady for the positive outcome of his apostolic visit to the Holy Land.

The Pope arrived back in the Vatican on Monday evening after an intense three-day journey that took him to Jordan, Palestine and Israel.

Cardinal Abril y Castello, Archpriest of the Basilica, said that Pope Francis arrived at Saint Mary Major at about 11am with the offering of a bouquet of flowers for Our Lady to thank her for the good outcome of his journey and to entrust to Her the fruits of his pilgrimage. After gathering in prayer before the image of the Madonna Salus Populi Romani, the Pope had words of greeting for the faithful present in the Basilica before leaving at about 11.30am.
 
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« Reply #1505 on: May 27, 2014, 01:22:49 PM »

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Pope Francis’ schedule released for months of June, July and August
27/05/2014

(Vatican Radio)  The Vatican on Tuesday released details of Pope Francis’ engagements and liturgical celebrations that will be presided over by him during the months of June, July and August.

JUNE:

On Sunday the 8th the Pope will celebrate Mass in St. Peter’s Basilica marking Pentecost Sunday.   

On Thursday the 12th he will preside over a Consistory for several canonization causes.

On the 19th he will celebrate Mass at Rome’s Basilica of St. John the Lateran marking the solemnity of Corpus Christi.  This will include the traditional procession from the nearby Basilica of St. Mary Major.

On June 21st he will make a one-day pastoral visit  to Cassano all’Jonio in southern Italy.

On July 29th he will celebrate Mass at St. Peter’s Basilica on the solemnity of Saints Peter and Paul during which the new Metropolitan Archbishops will receive their Palliums.

JULY:
 
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« Reply #1506 on: May 27, 2014, 01:29:15 PM »

http://en.radiovaticana.va/news/2014/05/23/holy_see_responds_to_un_torture_committee_report/1100853

Holy See responds to UN Torture Committee report
23/05/2014

(Vatican Radio) The Holy See has responded to the Concluding Observations of the Committee of the UN’s Convention Against Torture on the Holy See’s Initial Report. The Holy See has issued a Communiqué saying that the Observations contain several positive elements, as well as some few points that require further clarification and elucidation.

The Permanent ******* of the Holy See to the UN Offices and Organisations in Geneva, Archbishop Silvano Tomasi, spoke with Vatican Radio about the Committee's Concluding Observations. He said, “[The Observations] reflect the Committee’s acknowledgement of the good faith efforts of the Holy See to comply [with] always and to advance the Convention Against Torture.”
 
Below, please find the full text of the Communiqué from the Holy See
 
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« Reply #1507 on: May 27, 2014, 04:33:50 PM »

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‘Arson attack’ at Jerusalem abbey minutes after Pope’s Mass at Cenacle
27 May 2014 13:23



Israeli police said a man set fire to a prayer book in a Jerusalem church near a sensitive holy site where Pope Francis had just finished celebrating Mass.

Jerusalem police say that according to eyewitnesses, the suspect had a “non-Jewish” appearance, and that monks at the Dormition Abbey, which is said to mark the final resting place of Mary, said they saw a strange man who was not wearing a skull cap.

He said the fire took place after the Pope finished celebrating Mass at the nearby Cenacle, which is thought to be built on the site of the room in which Jesus had his Last Supper.

Jewish nationalists had protested in the run-up to the Pope’s visit against allowing the Catholic Church greater access to the Cenacle, which is on the floor above the site held to be the burial place of King David. On Sunday night 26 people were arrested at David’s Tomb after they refused to evacuate it.
 
“Luckily the organ didn’t catch fire, which could have sent the whole church up in flames,” Fr Schnabel added. “We don’t know who could have done this, but because of the timing, it could be that it was connected to the Pope’s visit.”

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« Reply #1508 on: May 28, 2014, 10:51:27 PM »

http://en.radiovaticana.va/news/2014/05/28/pope_recalls_holy_land_visit_during_audience/1101093

Pope recalls Holy Land visit during Audience
28/05/2014

(Vatican Radio) Pope Francis during his weekly General Audience on Wednesday spoke about his recent visit to the Holy Land. He said his journey was meant to renew a commitment to work for Christian unity but also to encourage efforts to work for peace and reconciliation in the Middle East.

Below are the Pope’s words read out at the General Audience.

Dear Brothers and Sisters: My apostolic journey to the Holy Land in these days was a great grace for me and for the whole Church.  It commemorated the fiftieth anniversary of the meeting of Pope Paul VI and Ecumenical Patriarch Athenagoras, which marked a milestone along the path to Christian unity.  Patriarch Bartholomaios and I prayed together as brothers before the tomb of the Risen Lord and we renewed our commitment to work for full communion between the Churches.  My journey was also meant to encourage the efforts of those who work for peace in the Middle East and those who care for the many people, especially refugees and children, suffering the effects of war and violence.  As you know, I have invited the Presidents of Israel and Palestine to join me in praying for peace.  Finally, I wished to confirm in faith the Christian communities in the Holy Land, to acknowledge their difficulties and to support their charitable and educational works.  May the prayer and solidarity of the entire Church sustain their witness to the Gospel message of hope and reconciliation, and help to bring God’s gift of peace to those blessed lands.
 
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« Reply #1509 on: May 28, 2014, 11:05:49 PM »

Two-page article.  (Waiting for an official transcript of the press conference to be released)

http://vaticaninsider.lastampa.it/en/the-vatican/detail/articolo/francesco-terra-santa-34379/

05/27/2014
Pope sends out clear signals on Synod and financial scandals

An analysis of Francis’ interview with journalists on the return flight from Israel: the summit with Peres and Abu Mazen, the debate with remarried divorcees, the role of the Secretariat of State and the Pope’s irritation over the financial scandals
 ANDREA TORNIELLI
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Some parts of Francis’ interview with journalists on yesterday evening’s flight from Tel Aviv to Rome help us to understand his thoughts on some of the more controversial issues of his pontificate and on the outcome of his three-day visit to the Holy land.

 First of all, his words, even his announcement of the prayer meeting in the Vatican with the Israeli and Palestinian presidents, confirm the Pope’s spiritual - not political – approach to the problem of the conflict between these two peoples. In the interview, Francis refused to comment on a possible future for Jerusalem, clarifying that “it would be foolish on [his] part” to do so. He confirmed that the meeting with Abu Mazen and Peres should have taken place during his visit to the Holy Land, adding that the Pope and the two presidents will meet in the next few days in the Vatican to pray for peace, not to trace a new road map for negotiations. The Pope believes in the power of prayer, as he demonstrated with last September’s prayer vigil for peace in Syria.  During the interview, Francis explained that the gestures he made throughout the trip – the silent prayers in front of the wall that separates the West Bank from Israel and in front of the memorial that commemorates victims of terrorism and the moving hand kisses he gave to a number of Holocaust survivors – were all spontaneous and had not been pre-planned.
 
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« Reply #1510 on: May 29, 2014, 09:25:36 AM »

thank you for all these up-dates.  I so admire and respect the Pope.

In one of the articles it stated the Pope was asked to appease his hosts . . . somehow, I don't think the Pope "appeases" anyone.  He is a man of character IMO that will not compromise his convictions.

 
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« Reply #1511 on: May 29, 2014, 11:22:55 PM »

You're welcome, Sister.

I don't think that he will compromise his convictions either.  He is a man of great faith who is on a mission to dialog with all and to teach the gospel--with patience and love.

Sister, if you ever come across an article that you find interesting, please feel free to post it. 
 
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« Reply #1512 on: May 29, 2014, 11:28:47 PM »

http://en.radiovaticana.va/news/2014/05/29/encounter_to_pray_together_for_peace__on_june_8,_2014/1101164

Encounter to pray together for peace will take place on June 8, 2014
29/05/2014

(Vatican Radio) The head of the  Press Office of the Holy See, Jesuit Father Federico Lombardi has confirmed that the invitation to pray together for peace in the Vatican, Pope Francis extended during his Apostolic Journey to the Holy Land to both  the President of Israel, Shimon Peres, and of Palestine, Mahmoud Abbas, has been accepted and will take place in  the afternoon of  Sunday June 8, 2014.
 
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« Reply #1513 on: May 29, 2014, 11:34:13 PM »

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Papal nominations to Doctrine of Faith office
29/05/2014

(Vatican Radio)  Pope Francis has made the following nominations to the Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith:  Vatican Secretary of State Cardinal Pietro Parolin; Archbishop Stanislaw Gadecki of Poznan, Poland and newly elected President of the Polish Bishops’ Conference; and Bishop Rudolf Voderholzer 
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« Reply #1514 on: May 29, 2014, 11:38:19 PM »

http://www.news.va/en/news/pope-message-to-ilo-on-unemployment-migration-soli

Pope: message to ILO on unemployment, migration, solidarity
2014-05-29

(Vatican Radio) On Wednesday, Pope Francis delivered a message to participants in the 103rd Session of the International Labour Conference (ILO), which runs from 28 May – 12 Jun 2014.

Please find the full text of the Pope’s message below:

To Mr Guy Ryder, Director General of the International Labour Organization:

At the dawn of creation, God made man the steward of his handiwork and charged him to cultivate and protect it.  Human labour is part of that creation and continues God’s creative work.  This truth leads us to consider work as both a gift and a duty.  Indeed, labour is not a mere commodity but has its own inherent dignity and worth.  The Holy See expresses its appreciation of the ILO’s contribution to upholding the dignity of human work in the context of social and economic development through discussion and cooperation between governments, labourers and employers.  Such efforts serve the common good of the human family and promote the dignity of workers everywhere.
 

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« Reply #1515 on: May 29, 2014, 11:48:26 PM »

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Catholic, Orthodox See Ecumenical Significance of Sistine Choir's Moscow Concert
Rome,  May 29, 2014

The choir of the Sistine Chapel, together with the Synodal Choir of Moscow, performed a concert of sacred music on Tuesday night in honor of the 5th anniversary of Kyrill’s reign as patriarch of the Russian Orthodox Church.

The concert, held in the Armory Palace in the Kremlin, was organized by the Patriarchate of Moscow and included music of the Orthodox and Catholic traditions.

The Sistine Choir, which left Rome on Saturday, followed an itinerary in Russia which included joint practices with the Synodal Choir of the Patriarchate of Moscow. The concert was directed at different times by the Maestro of the Sistine Choir, Monsignor Massimo Palombella, and by the Director of the Synodal Choir, Alexy Puzakov.

Shortly before the Choir’s departure, ZENIT spoke with Monsignor Palombella, who reiterated the ecumenical importance of this initiative. “We were already in London last year with the Anglican Choir of Westminster Abbey and with the Lutheran Choir of Leipzig, and both have sung with us in Rome. The Anglican in Saint Paul’s Basilica in 2012, on the occasion of the Solemnity of Saints Peter and Paul, and then the German Choir came.”

Monsignor Palombella added that during this trip they would practice together “keeping in view the forthcoming June 29, when we will sing in the Eucharistic celebration presided over by Pope Francis, on the Solemnity of Sts. Peter and Paul.”


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« Reply #1516 on: May 30, 2014, 03:44:19 PM »

I bet that will be something to hear!

 

talk about wanting to be a "church mouse" . . .
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« Reply #1517 on: May 30, 2014, 10:46:17 PM »

I bet that will be something to hear!

 

talk about wanting to be a "church mouse" . . .

 

I'll join you, and we'll be very, very quiet...it would be an awesome experience to hear the combined choirs!  Very Happy
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« Reply #1518 on: May 30, 2014, 11:03:45 PM »

An uplifting homily when we are troubled and afraid--in my opinion.

http://en.radiovaticana.va/news/2014/05/30/pope_at_casa_santa_marta_mass__joy_in_hope/1101173

Pope at Mass: Joy in hope
30/05/2014

(Vatican Radio) Pope Francis’ morning Mass at Casa Santa Marta was a hymn to Christian joy, which we cannot buy because it is a gift from God. The Pope likened this joy gifted by God to the joy of a mother embracing her baby after childbirth, because it is a joy “purified” by the suffering of labor.  The joy of the Christians, he said is a "joy in hope".
 
Pope Francis based his homily on the observation that St. Paul "was very brave", "because he had strength in the Lord”.   Of course, he noted, sometimes even the Apostle to the Gentiles was afraid. "It happens to all of us in life, to have some ‘fear’ he added.  So much so, that sometime one wonder’s whether "it would be better to keep a lower profile, to not be a little less Christian and seek a compromise with the world".
 
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« Reply #1519 on: May 31, 2014, 07:47:03 PM »

http://www.catholicculture.org/news/headlines/index.cfm?storyid=21561

Pope, Orthodox Patriarch look to new meeting at Nicea
May 30, 2014

Pope Francis and Orthodox Patriarch Bartholomew I of Constantinople have agreed to plan for an ecumenical meeting to be held in Nicea in 2025, the AsiaNews service reports.

Patriarch Bartholomew revealed that he and the Roman Pontiff had “agreed to leave as a legacy to ourselves and our successors a gathering in Nicaea in 2025, to celebrate together, after 17 centuries, the first truly ecumenical synod, where the Creed was first promulgated.” The Council of Nicea, held in 325, brought together over 300 bishops and approved the formula of faith now known as the Nicene Creed.
 

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