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January 29, 2018

Canon is a Greek word that simply means rules, norms or the standards. Canon comes from a Greek word kanon that denotes a straight rod which before was used for measuring stick and eventually came to mean norm or rules. Canon law has been in existed for 2000 years. Canon law is used in Catholic churches that give the order, discipline, the structure, rules, and rules to be followed. Catholic Church has two codes that is one for Latin Church and one for Eastern Catholic churches. The universal legislator for Catholic churches is the Pope and the official language of canon is Latin. Cano... (read more)

Author: Alice Ken

2. Vatican Highlights
June 28, 2017

If you’re heading to Rome it goes without saying that the Vatican City should play a key part in your itinerary. Headquarters of the Catholic Church and home to the Pope (as well as the incredible Vatican Museum) this wondrous city state in the heart of Rome will be sure to amaze. The Vatican Museum The centrepiece of your trip will likely be the Vatican Museum, one of Rome’s most iconic attractions. So extensive and opulent is the building and its surroundings that it is estimated to be worth approximately €15 billion in total, and houses around nine miles of art. Therefore if you’... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

3. Pope Visit to Egypt Contributes to the Increase in the Number of Tourists travelling to the Land of
May 16, 2017

Pope Franciscus, the 266th and current Pope of the Roman Catholic Church, visited Egypt at the end of last April when he met up with the Egyptian president, Abdel Fattah El Sisi, the Grand Imam of Al Azhar, and Pope Tawadros II of Alexandria. This visit largely contributed to an increase of the tourists who travel to Egypt. It is worth mentioning that this is the first visit of the Catholic Pope to Egypt since Pope John Paul II visited the land of the Nile back in 2000. Pope Franciscus traveled to Egypt on Friday, the 28th of April, in a visit that lasted for two days. Sherif Ismail, the ... (read more)

Author: The Webmaster

4. How To Recover From Recruitment Mistakes
April 04, 2017

"To err is human; to forgive, divine." Alexander Pope is often quoted as saying this, which touches upon how unfortunate it is that, while we can often make mistakes, we can also struggle to move on from them. Here is how your firm can effectively bounce back from a recruitment blunder. The value of trial and error Recruitment errors are especially unfortunate in comparison to life mistakes in general, given that the wrong choice of candidate can cost your company many thousands of pounds in harmed productivity, lost potential and the costs of finding, selecting and training ... (read more)

Author: Smith Lara

5. Colombia's Santos, Rival to Meet With Pope, Discuss FARC Deal
December 16, 2016

Colombia's President Juan Manuel Santos and right-wing opposition leader Alvaro Uribe will meet with Pope Francis at the Vatican on Friday, in a bid to build consensus on a peace deal with the Andean country's Marxist FARC rebels, the government said. Uribe, a former president and current senator, has been the deal's harshest critic, arguing penalties for human rights violations by the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia (FARC) rebels are not stiff enough. "The...... (read more)

6. Pope Urges New Culture of Nonviolence for World Politics
December 12, 2016

Pope Francis is calling for a renewed culture of nonviolence to inform global politics today, saying military responses to conflicts only breed more violence.   Francis cited Mother Teresa, Mahatma Ghandi and Martin Luther King Jr. as models of nonviolent peacemakers in his annual message for the Catholic Church's World Day of Peace, which is celebrated each January 1.   “Violence is not the cure for our broken world,” read the message released Monday. “Countering violence...... (read more)

7. Martin Scorsese Meets Pope as Film on Jesuits Screens in Rome
November 30, 2016

Pope Francis on Wednesday met Martin Scorsese after a special screening in Rome of the Oscar-winning director's new film "Silence," about Jesuit missionaries in 17th century Japan. For the-74-year-old Scorsese, who spent a year in a "minor seminary", a high school for boys considering the priesthood, the meeting came almost thirty years his film "The Last Temptation of Christ" outraged many conservative Christians. The encounter held significance too...... (read more)

8. Pope Criticizes World Leaders for Delaying Climate Change Deals
November 28, 2016

Pope Francis criticized world leaders Monday for dragging their feet in showing "concrete will" to enforce climate change agreements. Francis spoke at a Vatican conference of top scientists. “The distraction or delay in implementing global agreements on the environment shows that politics has become submissive to a technology and economy which seeks profit above all else,” he said. He said while there have been some “praiseworthy exceptions” to leaders failing to fight...... (read more)

9. Pope Francis Prays for Central American Hurricane Victims
November 27, 2016

Pope Francis prayed Sunday for the victims of Hurricane Otto, the late-season storm that killed nine and left thousands homeless in Costa Rica and Nicaragua. Francis offered his blessings during his regular Sunday greeting to the pilgrims in St. Peter's Square in the Vatican. He also prayed for flood victims in northern Italy. "It always strikes us to think of the hours preceding a great calamity - all are tranquil, doing the same things without knowing their life is about...... (read more)

10. Pope to Everyman: Reaction to the Death of former Cuban President Fidel Castro
November 26, 2016

Cuban President Raul Castro announced the death of his brother former Cuban President Fidel Castro late Friday. Fidel Castro’s communist government survived a U.S.-backed invasion of Cuban exiles, a superpower missile crisis, assassination plots and decades of U.S. economic sanctions. But Castro lived long enough to see Washington announce the re-establishment of full diplomatic relations with Havana and the subsequent visit by a U.S. president to the island in March 2016.  ... (read more)

11. Pope Indefinitely Extends Special Permission on Abortion
November 21, 2016

Pope Francis is allowing all priests to absolve women of the "grave sin' of abortion, extending indefinitely special permission he had granted for the duration of the just-ended Holy Year of Mercy.   Francis wrote in the Apostolic Letter made public by the Vatican on Monday that "there is no sin that God's mercy cannot reach and wipe away when it finds a repentant heart seeking to be reconciled' with God.   But he also wrote: "I wish to...... (read more)

12. Pope Shuts Holy Door, But Urges: Stay Open to Reconciliation
November 20, 2016

Pope Francis pulled shut the Holy Door of St. Peter's Basilica on Sunday, formally ending the Holy Year of Mercy he declared to stress the need for greater reconciliation and forgiveness in his church and in the world.   After closing the ornate door, Francis urged some 70,000 people attending Mass in St. Peter's Square to stay open to reconciliation prospects.   "Let us ask for the grace of never closing the doors of reconciliation and pardon, but rather of...... (read more)

13. Pope Francis Pushes for Inclusion in Race, Class, Religion
November 12, 2016

Pope Francis is advocating policies of inclusion, saying God's plan doesn't exclude people based on their social class, race or religion. Francis told a group of faithful on Saturday that Christians should welcome others "without classifying them on the basis of social condition, language, race, culture, religion."   He added "mercy is that way of acting, that style, with which we try to include others in our life, avoiding closing up into ourselves and into...... (read more)

14. Expectations Low as Venezuela’s Government, Opposition Resume Talks
November 12, 2016

Venezuela’s government and opposition resumed talks Friday evening aimed at easing a political standoff in the country stricken by a spiraling economic crisis. The expectations for a breakthrough are low because the opposition insists on a recall referendum against Socialist President Nicolas Maduro, while the administration is showing little indication of agreeing to that. The dialogue is part of a Vatican-led effort to defuse the country’s political crisis after Pope Francis met...... (read more)

15. Pope Francis Holds Special Jubilee Mass for Prisoners
November 06, 2016

Pope Francis held a special Jubilee Mass for prisoners in St. Peter's Basilica on Sunday, bringing a message of mercy and hope to inmates from around the world. Wearing green robes and a white skull cap, Francis stood before a congregation made up of some 1,000 prisoners from 12 countries and their families, as well as prison chaplains and volunteers who work in prisons. The event was part of the Vatican's Holy Year of Mercy, which comes to an end later this month. “Today we...... (read more)

16. Pope Rules Out Women’s Ordination
November 02, 2016

Pope Francis has ruled out women’s ordination, saying that Roman Catholic Church ban on women becoming priests will never be changed.   Francis made the remark Tuesday aboard a plane on his way back to Rome from Sweden, responding to a Swedish female reporter who noted the head of Lutheran Church who welcomed him in Sweden was a woman. "Concerning the ordination of women in the Catholic Church, St. Pope John Paul II had the last clear word on this and it stands, this stands,”...... (read more)

17. Pope Presses Call for Unity in Sweden with New Beatitudes
November 01, 2016

Pope Francis pressed his call for Christians to forge greater unity, urging Sweden's tiny Catholic community on Tuesday to set aside divisions with Lutherans as the two churches commemorate the 500th anniversary of the Protestant Reformation. Francis proposed a new set of Beatitudes for all Christians today, saying they are called to be blessed "to confront the troubles and anxieties of our age.'   Francis celebrated Mass under chilly, 8-degree Celsius (46F) skies...... (read more)

18. New Guam Bishop to Take over Immediately with Full Powers
November 01, 2016

The new leader of the Catholic Church in Guam will immediately assume all responsibilities in the archdiocese while its suspended archbishop faces a church trial for allegedly sexually abusing altar boys, a church leader said Tuesday. Pope Francis on Monday named Bishop Michael Jude Byrnes, the auxiliary bishop of Detroit, as coadjutor bishop of the Guam archdiocese. Coadjutors have succession rights when bishops resign, retire or are removed.   At a news conference Tuesday,...... (read more)

19. Pope Heads to Sweden, Where Catholics Thrive After 500 Years
October 28, 2016

After the Protestant Reformation five centuries ago, Sweden became a grim place for Roman Catholics: Those who rejected the new Lutheran faith were punished with deportation or death. The circumstances couldn't be more different as Pope Francis arrives in the Scandinavian country next week to commemorate the split in Western Christianity that started with Martin Luther's revolt. The once-omnipresent Lutheran Church is bleeding members in Sweden, now considered a bastion of...... (read more)

20. An Accessibility Guide to the Vatican, Rome
October 26, 2016

Vatican City is one of the most famous places in the world. Besides being full of iconic art and architecture, it is home of the Pope and the headquarters of the Roman Catholic Church. It attracts tourists, both catholic and non-catholic, from all around the world, and this creates a unique atmosphere around the city-state. It is also an excellent destination for those seeking accessible holidays for disabled travellers. Reaching the Vatican This is a destination that I have previously travelled to with a disabled travel partner and we found it to be highly accessible throughout. We... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

21. Pope Francis Calls for Dialogue in Volatile Venezuela
October 24, 2016

Pope Francis met privately with Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro at the Vatican Monday and urged him to spark a meaningful dialogue with opposition leaders. Maduro, who just ended a trip to the Middle East, is arriving back in Venezuela just days after his government blocked an opposition effort to remove him from office through a recall referendum. Maduro’s political opponents have accused him of staging a “coup d’etat” by stopping the effort to hold a vote to remove him. There...... (read more)

22. Open House: Vatican Opens Papal Summer Apartment to Public
October 21, 2016

Now this is an open house: The Vatican on Friday opened the private apartments at the papal summer retreat to the public, giving visitors a rare look at the bed where Popes Pius XII and Paul VI died and where John Paul II recovered from an assassination attempt in 1981. Pope Francis has declined to use the palazzo in Castel Gandolfo, preferring to spend his summer downtime at home in the Vatican hotel suite where he lives. That has meant that the 55-hectare (135-acre) estate in the Alban...... (read more)

23. Jesuits Elect First Latin American as New leader
October 14, 2016

The Jesuits, one of the world's largest and most influential Roman Catholic religious orders which counts Argentine Pope Francis as a member, elected a Venezuelan as their new leader on Friday. After the election of Pope Francis as history's first Latin American pontiff in 2013, the choice of Father Arturo Sosa Abascal, 67, was another indication that the leadership of the 1.2 billion member Church is becoming less Euro-centric. Representatives from around the world elected...... (read more)

24. Pope to Lutherans: Let Us Set Doctrine Aside, Help Those in Need
October 13, 2016

Pope Francis urged Lutherans to set aside doctrinal differences Thursday and work with Catholics to care for the poor, the sick and refugees as he laid out his vision for greater communion before his visit to Sweden later this month. Francis greeted about 1,000 Lutherans who were visiting the Vatican on an ecumenical pilgrimage. They had arrived in Rome from Germany, where Martin Luther famously sparked the Protestant Reformation by nailing his 95 theses to a church door to challenge the...... (read more)

25. Pope Urges Immediate Cease-fire in Syria
October 12, 2016

Pope Francis on Wednesday called for an immediate cease-fire in Syria. Speaking at his weekly general audience at the Vatican, the pope said a halt in fighting should be put in place long enough for civilians, particularly children, to escape areas subject to bombings. Previous international efforts to establish a cease-fire have quickly eroded throughout the country's conflict that has stretched on for more than five years.  The latest example came last month in a short-lived...... (read more)

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