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Pope Francis Greets Disabled Youth While Leaving Council of Europe (Video)

To view the video click here URL: http://www.romereports.com/pg159250-pope-francis-greets-disabled-youth-while-leaving-the-council-of-europe-en

Pope to European Parliament: Build a Europe That Revolves Around People, Not Economy (Video)

The Parliament gave the Pope a standing ovation, breaking out in applause a total of 14 times. To view the video click here URL: http://www.romereports.com/pg159246-pope-to-european-parliament-build-a-europe-that-revolves-around-people-not-the-economy-en

Short Papal Visit to Strasbourg Is Full of Color (Video)

To view the video click here URL: http://www.romereports.com/pg159244-short-papal-visit-to-strasbourg-is-full-of-color-en

Archbishop of Strasbourg: I Hope the Pope’s Words Will Be Well Understood

Speaking with ZENIT in the lead-up to the Pope’s visit to Strasbourg today, Archbishop Jean-Pierre Grallet said he expected the Holy Father would not “flatter the Europeans” but rather “reawaken consciences.” The two speeches given by Pope Francis are in line with the archbishop’s expectations.

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The cashbox is empty! … ZENIT depends on its readers!

Dear reader,

We have just begun our annual fundraising campaign. Each year we invite our readers to participate firsthand in keeping ZENIT afloat.

The funds we receive during these annual drives are absolutely vital for ZENIT. The resources collected in the coming days will be the funds that keep ZENIT functioning through 2015.

Just to give you a sense of how important this campaign is:

Right now in ZENIT’s bank accounts, there is a sufficient balance to cover the costs of November.

But Providence has allowed us to become accustomed to this pattern.

It’s true, right now we do not have the cash we need to continue operating for more than a few more days — but we have you and more than a half million more subscribers. And your generosity has always sustained us.

Now in our 17th year, we can say that your generosity is capable of moving mountains. You, our readers, are the ones responsible for the survival of ZENIT.

For 16 years, we have held our annual fundraising campaign.

Though the situation of our bank accounts today seems startling, perhaps the bigger surprise is that for 16 straight years, the reality has been the same: At the beginning of each fundraising campaign, the accounts are practically empty and then, thanks to readers’ generosity, ZENIT receives just what it needs to make it through another year.

Thanks be to God, in ZENIT’s 17 years, we have never had to take out a loan or pay recourse to financial risks.

Despite the constant and rapid growth of the agency, (and the increase in operating costs growth implies), Providence has never allowed us to go without the funds that are strictly necessary.

From the ZENIT team, as we witness this year after year, THANK YOU!

And what makes this gift a reality is the generosity of each one of you.

Today, make a gift to ZENIT.

To make a donation by credit card, check or bank transfer:

http://www.zenit.org/english/donation.html

Help us cover our costs for another year.

Warm regards,

The ZENIT Team


Donations to ZENIT are tax deductible in the United States, Mexico, Spain, France and Germany.

We are counting on you!

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Pope’s Address to the European Parliament

Here is the Vatican-provided translation of the Holy Father’s address to the European Parliament today in Strasbourg. * * *
Mr President and Vice Presidents,
Members of the European Parliament,
All associated with the work of this Institution,…

Pope’s Address to the Council of Europe

Here is the Vatican-provided translation of Pope Francis’ address to the Council of Europe today in Strasbourg. * * *
Mr Secretary General, Madame President
Your Excellencies, Ladies and Gentlemen,
I am happy to address this solemn session whi…

St. Louis Archbishop Responds to Grand Jury Decision in Ferguson Case

Here is a statement from Archbishop Robert Carlson of St. Louis, released Monday in response to the Ferguson grand jury decision to not indict police officer Darren Wilson. Wilson is a white police officer who on Aug. 9 shot and killed an 18-year-old black man, Michael Brown. The details surrounding the death wer…

Pope Francis’ Condolence Message on Death of Cardinal Fiorenzo Angelini

Here is a translation of the telegram of sympathy, sent by Pope Francis to Mr. Vinicio Angelini, for the death of Cardinal Fiorenzo Angelini, President Emeritus of the Pontifical Council for Health Care Ministry, who passed away on Friday evening. *…

Pope’s Address to Syro-Malabar Rite Catholics from India

Here is the Vatican-provided translation of the Holy Father’s address to Syro-Malabar Rite Catholics who came to Rome for Sunday’s canonization of Saints Kuriakose Elias Chavara and Euphrasia Eluvathingal, who are both from Kerala, India.  * * *
Dear brothers and sisters,
I am pleased to join you in giving th…

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