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`The Holy Father addresses the Youth in Madrid.
Pope Benedict XVI is cheered by the faithful as he arrives in Plaza de Cibeles (AP Photo/Gregorio Borgia) Dear Friends, thank you for the kind words addressed to me by the young people representing the five continents. And I salute … Continue reading
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Meeting the Pope, how will I dress?
There is a precise protocol to be followed: black dress, long sleeves and a veil for women, tuxedo for men. A white dress? Only for Catholic queens Giacomo Galeazzi Rome Vatican protocol states that for papal hearings, women should wear … Continue reading
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These are a few of my favourite things
The liturgical year, with its seasons and rhythms, gives shape and meaning to the year: feast days to celebrate, days of reflection,days of hope; days for penance, for mourning, for thanksgiving, for rejoicing.
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