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Pope Francis commemorates refugees

Jul 9, 2013


LAMPEDUSA, Italy  -  Pope Francis celebrated mass on the tiny Sicilian island of Lampedusa on Monday to commemorate thousands of migrants who have died crossing the sea from North Africa, underlining his drive to put the poor at the heart of his papacy. The choice of Lampedusa for his first official trip outside Rome was highly symbolic for the pontiff, who said news reports of the deaths of desperate people trying to reach a better life that had been like "a thorn in the heart".
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Pope Francis' First Encyclical


By Junno Arocho Esteves

VATICAN CITY, July 05, 2013 ( - The Holy See presented this morning the first encyclical of Pope Francis’ papacy entitled “Lumen Fidei” (The Light of Faith). Presenting the new work was Cardinal Marc Ouellet, prefect of the Congregation for Bishops, along with Archbishop Gerhard Muller, prefect for the Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith, and Archbishop Rino Fisichella, president of the Pontifical Council for the New Evangelization.

Beginning the presentation was Archbishop Gerhard Muller began the conference explaining the content of the encyclical, which is divided into four parts.

“In the first part”, he said, “we move from the faith of Abraham, the man who recognised in the voice of God 'a profound call which was always present at the core of his being', to the faith of the People of Israel.”

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Lives Lived: Keflimariam Mahari, 71
The Globe and Mail - Joshua Goldhar
Haile Selassie’s pilot, friend to Eritrean refugees, husband, father. Born Aug. 21, 1941, in Hebo, Eritrea, died March 28, 2013, in Toronto of complications from a fall, aged 71.

Captain Keflimariam Mahari was best known in Canada for his generous help to hundreds of Eritrean and Ethiopian newcomers. He spoke excellent Italian and English, and acted as a bridge to the general community for these new Canadians. He located homes and apartments for them, spoke to citizenship officials and court authorities on their behalf, and found job openings as well as social and church affiliations.

Kefle was born in the village of Hebo near Asmara in Eritrea 71 years ago. Educated in Italian schools, he moved to Addis Ababa at age 14 to finish high school before being admitted in 1956 to the pilot training course of Ethiopian Airlines. His flying career took him to Seattle for a special Boeing training program in 1965.
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በዓል  ትንሳኤ 2013

Geez Eastern Celebration 2013

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