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Perspectives Daily: Pope Francis calls on all who are baptised to be missionaries

July 16, 2018
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Pope Francis held his Angelus address yesterday in front of a crowd of around 20,000 people, reflecting on the day’s Gospel reading.
With reference to the teaching, Pope Francis said that a baptized person who does not feel the need to proclaim the Gospel is not a good Christian.
In today's episode we cover the following stories:
  1. Cardinal Gérald Lacroix delivers a homily at Saint Boniface.
  2. Pope Francis has appointed delegates to preside over sessions of the Synod of Bishops in October.
  3. Reflection on the Pope's Sunday Angelus.
In addition to these, here are some other Catholic news stories from around the world that are making headlines today:
That's all we have for today. Be sure to join us again tomorrow when we bring you more Catholic news and stories.

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