Pope Closes Year for Consecrated Life - Perspectives
February 2, 2016
On today's edition of Perspectives, Pope Francis closes the Year for Consecrated Life with a Mass for the Feast of the Presentation of Our Lord. The Holy Father also gives an exclusive interview to the Hong Kong-based online newspaper, Asia Times, Archbishop Miller of Vancouver writes to B.C. Premier regarding the Assisted Suicide Consultation and the Vatican refutes reports claiming Pope Francis will play himself in an upcoming film.
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