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San Antonio, TX, United States

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Recent articles by Nicole:

Russia protests Pope Francis’ comments on Ukraine made in America magazine interview

The Kremlin's ambassador to the Holy See, Alexander Avdeev, told the RIA Novosti agency that he met Monday with a Vatican official to express his “indignation” about Francis’ comments. → Read More

Pope links plight of Ukrainians today to Stalin's 'genocide'

Francis’ linking of the two marked a sharp escalation in papal rhetoric against Russia. → Read More

Italian premier presents economic measures on energy, family

ROME (AP) — Italian Premier Giorgia Meloni presented the government’s first economic policy initiatives Tuesday, announcing 21 billion euros in budget tweaks that would be used to help industry and… → Read More

Albany bishop, accused of sexual abuse, asks to be removed from priesthood

Asking the pope for voluntary laicization is unusual, especially for a bishop and particularly for a cleric who denies abuse allegations against him. → Read More

Pope honors family roots in northern Italy with rare outing

Pope Francis is honoring his northern Italian roots by celebrating a special Mass in his father’s hometown → Read More

Accused Albany bishop asks to be removed from priesthood

The retired bishop of Albany, New York, who has admitted to covering up for predator priests and has himself been accused of sexual abuse, has asked Pope Francis to remove him from the priesthood. → Read More

Accused Albany bishop asks to be removed from priesthood

The retired bishop of Albany, New York, is asking Pope Francis to be removed from the priesthood → Read More

Vatican urges German Catholic Church to put brakes on reform

ROME (AP) — Top Vatican cardinals tried to put the brakes on the German Catholic Church’s controversial reform process Friday, fearing proposals concerning gays, women and sexual morals will split the... → Read More

Italy, France call for 'full cooperation' after migrant flap

ROME (AP) — The presidents of Italy and France sought to tamp down tensions over migration Monday by asserting the need for “full cooperation” on a host of issues and the importance of strong bilatera... → Read More

Italy, France call for ‘full cooperation’ after migrant spat

ROME (AP) — The presidents of Italy and France sought to tamp down tensions over migration Monday by asserting the need for “full cooperation” on a ho... → Read More

Pope lunches with poor, denounces 'sirens of populism'

Pope Francis has joined 1,300 migrants and homeless people at a special lunch at the Vatican. Francis celebrated the Catholic Church’s World Day of the Poor on Sunday by inviting → Read More

Pope denounces ‘sirens of populism’ as he marks day for poor

Pope Francis denounced the “sirens of populism” on Sunday as he called for a renewed commitment to helping the poor, homeless and migrants amid Italy’s latest migration debate. → Read More

Vatican auditor sues over ouster as new dirty laundry aired

VATICAN CITY (AP) — The Vatican’s first auditor general and his deputy have sued the Holy See for 9.3 million euros ($9.5 million) for wrongful dismissal, as a new litigious chapter opens in Pope Fran... → Read More

Discovery of 2,000-year-old bronze statues in ancient spring will 'rewrite history'

Italian authorities on Tuesday announced the extraordinary discovery of 2,000-year-old bronze statues in an ancient Tuscan thermal spring and said the find will → Read More

Discovery of bronzes rewrites Italy's Etruscan-Roman history

ROME (AP) — Italian authorities on Tuesday announced the extraordinary discovery of 2,000-year-old bronze statues in an ancient Tuscan thermal spring and said the find will “rewrite history” about the... → Read More

Pope calls female genital mutilation a crime that must stop

ABOARD THE PAPAL PLANE (AP) — Pope Francis called female genital mutilation a “crime” on Sunday and said the fight for women’s rights, equality and opportunity must continue for the good of society… → Read More

Pope calls female genital mutilation a crime that must stop

Pope Francis says female genital mutilation is a “crime” that must stop → Read More

Pope tells Bahrain youths to seek real advice, not Google

An estimated 30,000 people, some traveling from Saudi Arabia, Kuwait and other Gulf countries, packed the Bahrain national stadium for Francis’ big Mass. → Read More

Pope Francis slams ‘childlike’ whims of powerful that start wars as Putin’s invasion of Ukraine rages on

Pope Francis joined Muslim, Christian and Jewish leaders on Friday in calling for the great religions to work together for peace. → Read More

Pope urges end to death penalty as he arrives in Bahrain

Pope Francis is urging Bahrain authorities to renounce the death penalty and ensure basic human rights for all citizens as he arrived in the Sunni-led kingdom. Francis landed Thursday in → Read More