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Pope makes emotional appeal for world's suffering children

During a rally with young people, 12-year-old Glyzelle Iris Palomar asked him: "Many children are abandoned by their parents. Many of them became victims and bad things have happened to them, like drug addiction and prostitution. Why does God allow this to happen, even if the children are not at....

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The late Very Rev James Feehan

As word of the death of the Very Rev. James Feehan became known, there was widespread sadness and loss among the people of Boherlahan-Dualla, Ballinure and his beloved Thurles. He had reached the fullness of years and was in the 65th year of his ordination. Fr. James was a loyal and faithful servant of God.

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Pope makes emotional appeal for world's suffering children

* Pope, moved by abandoned girl, appeals for help for children. * Says world has to "learn how to cry" over their fate. * Men are "too machista", should listen more to women, Francis says (Recasts throughout with impromptu remarks about children) By Philip Pullella and Neil Jerome Morales.

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Pope makes emotional appeal for world's suffering children

During a rally with young people, 12-year-old Glyzelle Iris Palomar asked him: "Many children are abandoned by their parents. Many of them became victims and bad things have happened to them, like drug addiction and prostitution. Why does God allow this to happen, even if the children are not at....

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Pope's emotional appeal for world's suffering children

An emotional Pope Francis, moved by the tears of an abandoned child, has said the world needs to "learn how to cry" over the plight of the millions of poor, hungry, homeless and abused children. During a rally with young people, 12-year-old Glyzelle Iris Palomar asked him: 'Many children are abandoned by their parents.

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Pope makes emotional appeal for world's suffering children during Philippine rally

"Why do children suffer?" the Argentine pope said, speaking in his native Spanish. An aide translated his words from his native Spanish into English for the crowd of about 30,000 young people on the grounds of a Church-run university. "I invite each one of you to ask yourselves, 'Have I learned how....

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Pope makes emotional appeal for world's suffering children

The girl, who was rescued and found shelter in a Church-run community, broke down in tears and could not finish her prepared welcome. The Pope hugged her and later put aside most of his own prepared speech to respond. "She is the only one who has put forward a question for which there is no answer....

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Pope makes emotional appeal for world's suffering children

MANILA (Reuters) - An emotional Pope Francis, moved by the tears of an abandoned child, said on Sunday the world needed to "learn how to cry" over the plight of the millions of poor, hungry, homeless and abused children. During a rally with young people, 12-year-old Glyzelle Iris Palomar asked him: "Many children are abandoned by their parents.

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6 million expected for papal Mass in rainy Philippines

MANILA - Huge crowds converged on a Manila park today to see Pope Francis wrap up his Asian trip with an outdoor Mass expected to draw one of the largest crowds in Philippine history. Organizers say as many as six million people may attend the afternoon service at Manila's Rizal Park, more than the....

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Huge crowds converge for pope Mass in Manila park

(Updates with minor injuries in crowd, appeal for calm) By Philip Pullella and Rosemarie Francisco. MANILA, Jan 18 (Reuters) - Huge crowds converged on a Manila park on Sunday to see Pope Francis wrap up his Asian trip with an outdoor Mass expected to draw one of the largest crowds in Philippine history.

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Up to six million people attend mass with Pope Francis

Huge crowds converged on a Manila park to see Pope Francis wrap up his Asian trip with an outdoor Mass expected to draw one of the largest crowds in Philippine history. Organisers say as many as six million people may attend the afternoon service at Manila's Rizal Park, more than the some five....

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