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Perspectives Daily: Irish Catholics hope that the Pope's visit will bring healing & other Catholic news

May 28, 2018
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In today's episode of Perspectives Daily, we talk with the new president of the Canadian Religious Conference at their 32nd annual General Assembly that took place in Montreal over the weekend. Here are the other stories that we covered for you tonight:
  1. A summary of the Pope's message during his weekly Sunday Angelus recitation. The Holy Father reminded us to celebrate the Feast of the Holy Trinity.
  2. The Argentian youth who attended the 2nd National Youth Meeting in Rosario, Argentina, received a lengthy video message from the Pope himself.
  3. Now that abortion will be allowed in Ireland, Catholics in that country are hoping that the Pope's visit in August will bring healing after the divisive vote.
  4. Some coverage and comments from the 32nd annual General Assembly of the Canadian Religious Conference.
In addition to those stories, here are other important news items that you should be aware of:

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