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World free of nuclear weapons is necessary, possible, pope says

Nuclear weapons do not increase a nation’s or region’s security, in fact, they are a “risk multiplier” that gives people a false sense of security, Pope Francis said in a message to an international conference.

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World free of nuclear weapons is necessary, possible, pope says

Nuclear weapons do not increase a nation’s or region’s security, in fact, they are a “risk multiplier” that gives people a false sense of security, Pope Francis said in a message to an international conference.

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Former VP Mondale, who died April 19, was friend of Archbishop Roach

“As I look back over the last four years, one of my fondest memories is the close and treasured friendship that we have enjoyed.” Those words opened a letter dated Dec. 19, 1980, printed on stationary with the Seal of the Vice President of the United States in blue. It was addressed to Archbishop John Roach of St. Paul and Minneapolis, and signed by Walter F. Mondale, whose service in the nation’s second-highest office was drawing to a close.

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Assisi archbishop welcomes treaty prohibiting nuclear weapons

Giving thanks that the Treaty on the Prohibition of Nuclear Weapons came into force Jan. 22, the archbishop of Assisi insisted that ensuring peace for humanity would require further steps, including working for justice and removing threats to human life at all stages of its development.

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