Pope sends condolences after attacks in Berlin, Turkey - Perspectives Daily
December 21, 2016
The Holy Father sent messages of condolences to the Archbishop of Berlin, after the attack in a Christmas market on Monday, and to Russian President Vladimir Putin for the murder of the Russian ambassador to Turkey. Barbara Jatta, art historian, was named as new director of the Vatican Museums. In Canada, 350 farmworkers from Central America celebrate a special Christmas together in Vancouver.
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