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NCR Today: State of the Union address; suffering of Appalachia people; starving in Syria; gender pay gap among clergy; Christian and living under ISIS
Washington -- President Obama called on Americans’ better nature in his final State of the Union address.
God’s love for humanity is so great that it can win over every evil, forgive every sin, and can never be stopped, Pope Francis told crowds at his weekly general audience Wednesday.
“It is not the love of a ‘telenovela!’” the pontiff joked to the thousands in attendance, reflecting on a passage in the Old Testament that describes God as “abounding in love and fidelity.”