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Every week you will have access to a Rome Reports programming that includes the latest information on the Pope, the Vatican and the Catholic Church.

Over 200,000 Iraqis are taking refuge in schools, churches and mosques
http://en.romereports.com As the international community tries to tame ISIS, refugees who were forced out of their homes simply want to go back home without the risk of being killed or attacked. From: romereports Views: 45 2 ratings Time: 01:16 More in News & Politics
Smartphone App helps prepare for beatification of Bishop Álvaro del Portillo
Smartphone App helps prepare for beatification of Bishop Álvaro del Portillo http://en.romereports.com Bishop Álvaro del Portillo, the first successor of St. Josemaria Escrivá as the prelate of Opus Dei, will be beatified on September 27th in Madrid. As many await the beatification, a new app is available to prepare for the big day. From: romereports Views: 97 3 ratings Time: 01:25 More in News & Politics
Our Lady of Charity, patroness of Cuba, now in Vatican Gardens
http://en.romereports.com The Patroness of Cuba, Our Lady of Charity, now has a presence in the Vatican Gardens. The process has been in the making for years. Back in 2008, Cuban Bishops gave the image to Benedict XVI during their 'ad limina' visit. From: romereports Views: 177 9 ratings Time: 01:32 More in News & Politics
What's the everyday life of a missionary like?
What's the everyday life of a missionary like? http://en.romereports.com This community knows what suffering and discrimination look like. They are Gumuz, which is an ethnic minority in northern Ethiopia. They were sold as slaves in the country and for generations, the rest of the nation despised them. From: romereports Views: 363 22 ratings Time: 02:39 More in News & Politics
Pope meets with priest based in Gaza
http://en.romereports.com From bombings to desperation, Fr. Jorge Hernandez has seen it all. He's a Catholic parish priest based in Gaza. Pope Francis invited him to the Vatican to hear first hand accounts of what locals are dealing with, including the aftermath the destruction has left behind. From: romereports Views: 666 16 ratings Time: 01:28 More in News & Politics