“Great appreciation” of the Holy See for the speech delivered today by President Barack Obama in Cairo was expressed by the Vatican spokesperson, Fr. Federico Lombardi. It was a “very important” speech, Lombardi told the ANSA news agency, “very significant,” not only in terms of relations between the United States and the Islamic world, but in view of international peace.
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- Through expressive writing, Eugene Kennedy espoused a rich sacramental vision
- In postwar Sarajevo, Francis calls on all to make peace proactively
- Hillary Clinton, phosphates, and the Western Sahara
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