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That at least one person with disability be allowed to participate in the work of the Synod on Synodality

“Us, not them”, the Synod as a path for including people with disabilities. The results of the synodal listening session were delivered to the Pope.

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Relevant Data on the Contribution of the Digital World and Catholic Influencers to the Synod

“The Church Listens to You” is a Report based on a digital initiative with the same name, which was carried out over a period of 2.5 months in seven languages and in 115 countries. It involved 244 influencers and reached 20 million people, who completed 110,000 questionnaires.

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Pope Decides that Only the “Vatican Bank” Will Be Concerned with the Holy See’s Real Estate Patrimony

This Rescript is deemed to interpret all preceding provisions on the management and administration of the matter and, consequently, orders that anyone who has assets in an institution other than the IOR must transfer them to it.

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Cardinal Ouellet Says “The Interpretation and Diffusion of Accusations as Sexual Aggressions Is Defamatory”

The current Prefect of the Dicastery for Bishops not only denies the inappropriate gestures attributed to him by a woman who accuses him from anonymity, but he also describes them as “defamatory.”

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The “Eventful” Audience of the Pope: A Swiss Guard Fainted in Front of Him and a Child Interrupted His Catechesis

Just a few minutes after the fright of the soldier’s fainting, another gasp of surprise was heard in the Hall, followed by applause: a child “circumvented” the Pope’s security, went up the stairs and stood next to him.

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